Top market guru Jim "RevShark" DePorre reveals the strategies behind his own personal fortune Discover powerful "active trading" techniques for supercharging your returns and lowering your risks Master the right tools, discover the right opportunities and move fast You just can't afford to "buy and hold"! Why the conventional wisdom is flat wrong As an individual investor, you can swim circles around the "whales" of Wall Street'by investing like a shark! In this book, James "Rev Shark" DePorre reveals how to maximize your powerful and unique advantages as a small investor: speed and flexibility. You ll develop a completely new way of looking at the stock market, learn when to attack, how to move aggressively, how to stay flexible'and when to swim away in the face of danger. You ll learn why "buy and hold" is today's riskiest strategy'and exactly what to do instead. In short, you ll learn the same disciplined investment techniques that helped DePorre build a tiny nest egg into a huge fortune and transformed his life. If you read TheStreet.com, RealMoney.com, or SharkInvesting.com, you already know DePorre and his inspiring personal story of how he lost his hearing, career, and marriage'turned to online investing out of desperation'and succeeded beyond his wildest dreams. Now, in this fast-paced, insightful, and entertaining book, DePorre shows how you can do it, too. How to invest like a shark? Stay in motion, trolling for your "next meal" Stalk your prey patiently, relentlessly, and without emotion Move fast when there's blood in the water Know when to strike Know when to swim away Sell when you sense danger Feed on the frenzied crowd Profit from others fear, despair, stupidity, and greed Use all your unique advantages and strengths Leverage small caps, technical analysis, and the tremendous power of cash Invest with the shark's attitude Be active, adaptive and control your own destinyDePorre, James is the author of 'Invest Like a Shark How a Deaf Guy With No Job and Limited Capital Made a Fortune Investing in the Stock Market', published 2007 under ISBN 9780132213080 and ISBN 0132213087.