DAMON VICKERS - INFLUENCES
Over the course of his life and professional career, Damon Vickers has been inspired by many great influential leaders and individuals.
Some of the biggest influences on his life have been through William O'Neil, Jesse Livermore, Peter Lynch, and Norman Vincent Peale. These individuals have helped Damon Vickers excel his life and career into the success it has grown into today.
Author, stock broker, and world class entrepreneur William O'Neil held great influence on Damon Vickers throughout his writing process for his best selling book, The Day After The Dollar Crashes: A Survival Guide For the Rise of the New World Order.
Damon Vickers has read all of William O'Neils books a few times over including some of his most popular and well known works:
- How To Make Money in Stocks
- The Successful Investor
- 24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success
Norman Vincent Peale
Norman Vincent Peale is largely known for writing the massively popular book, The Power of Positive Thinking, originally published in 1952. The main idea of the book was to learn how to take on life with a simple sense of faith and optimism that will prevail through the unavoidable short comings and complexities that are found throughout our lives. With a positive attitude and outlook on life, an individual is much more likely to be successful and happy both in their personal lives and professional careers.
Peter Lynch is a well known businessman and stock investor who has often been recognized as a legend in his industry. Throughout his career, Lynch has co-authored numerous books and publications related to investing. Within these works, Peter Lynch has also been recognized for coining a number of well known mantras for individual investing strategies such as:
- Invest in what you know
- Ten bagger
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