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A practical approach to finding, and profiting from, undervalued investments

After a period of time, many public companies fall out of favor with Wall Street and for one reason or another fall between the cracks into a market abyss. The shares of these companies may very well find new life if, and when, astute value investors uncover them. Excellent opportunities exist for building wealth this way, and with Wall Street's Buried Treasure, trading expert Harvey Houtkin will show readers why. In this book, Houtkin offers investors insights into a micro-cap low-priced value strategy that has proven itself time and again in real market situations. He discusses the basis of his approach and reveals how investors can implement it in their search for undervalued securities that have been ignored or forgotten by the rest of the financial community.

Harvey I. Houtkin (Aventura, FL) is a well-known player in the electronic trading arena. Named by CNBC as "One of the Five in History who made it happen on Wall Street" and commonly recognized as the "father of electronic trading" and the "father of day trading", he possesses unsurpassed real-world expertise. Houtkin is Chairman and CEO of Domestic Securities, Inc. He has lectured at numerous forums domestically and internationally, and has been interviewed in a variety of media. He holds an MBA and a BBA from Baruch College.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Value investing.