CAN SLIM refers to the seven-pronged mnemonic publicized by the American newspaper Investor's Business Daily, which claims to be a checklist of the characteristics performing stocks tend to share before their biggest gains. It was developed by Investor's Business Daily editor William O'Neil who has reportedly made several hundreds of millions of dollars by consistently using its approach.
This review was originally posted on May 4, 2009 but since no one has rated it and not a great deal of people have read it, I'm reposting it today. Written on May 4, 2009 Today, I found out about Can Slim. By the way, it's a registered trademark. Sure, I need anything that helps! I've been putting on way too much weight after my 2 year stint in Shanghai, China. Food is great in that city and for now, still cheap. But, the world … more