Chapter One: Let’s Start at the End.
Chapter Two: Counting On Growth.
Chapter Three: Emotional Rescue.
Chapter Four: Revise, Revise, Revise.
Chapter Five: Surprise, Surprise, Surprise.
Chapter Six: Sell, Sell, Sell.
Chapter Seven: Expand, Expand, Expand.
Chapter Eight: Let It Flow.
Chapter Nine: It’s All Variable.
Chapter Ten: Know Your Alpha Beta.
Chapter Eleven: Don’t Be a Deviant.
Chapter Twelve: The Zigzag Approach.
Chapter Thirteen: Putting It All Together.
Chapter Fourteen: Quantum Leap.
Chapter Fifteen: It’s the Economy, Stupid.
Chapter Sixteen: It’s a Small World After All.
Chapter Seventeen: A Watched Pot Will Boil.
Chapter Eighteen: Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!
Chapter Nineteen: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize.
""A useful book on growth investing. . . Perhaps the greatest appeal of Mr. Navellier’s effort. . . is not that he offers a step-by-step guide to what he looks for in a growth company . . . The real joy comes from his frequent admonitions that Wall Street is not as rational as it would like to pretend, and in fact it is often driven either by fear — as it is these days — or by greed."" (The New York Times)
""Navellier builds a good case for this style of investing. It might work for you."" (Bloomberg News)
""A real contribution to investment literature. . . "" (MarketWatch)
""No Greek letters or complex equations are necessary for understanding and even emulating Navellier. He focuses on eight straightforward factors for sorting the wheat from the chaff and has seen his leading newsletter, Emerging Growth, outperform the overall market nearly fourfold over 22 years. His mutual and institutional stock funds have performed handsomely too, with his Touchstone Large Cap Growth in the top 3% and 13% of similar funds over one and three years, respectively, according to Morningstar."" (Dow Jones newswire)
""'One of the chief things I have learned is that numbers do not have emotions. . . They don't panic; they don't get greedy. They don't have an argument with their spouse or associates and make bad decisions as a result.' True enough — and for all investors, words to live by."" (Registered Rep magazine)
""Navellier did a good job with the book and offers a nice introduction to screening. . . He should be given full credit for freely opening up his system to everyone."" (The Kirk Report)
""This is a very helpful guide to building a strong portfolio without spending a great amount of time on it."" (Pensions World, January 2008)
“…the book offers a fundamental understanding of how to get rich using the best in growth investing strategies.” (Gulf Business, March)