In The Global-Investor Book of Investing Rules, 150 top investors reveal the key strategies and insights they rely upon today to maximize profit and control risk. Each distills their approach into concise techniques and rules any investor can understand-and act upon. From Martin Barnes to Burton Malkiel, John C. Bogle to Andrew Tobias, they cover virtually every aspect of investment: global markets, valuation, asset allocation, M&A, stock picking, regional and sector investment, options, currencies, bear markets, deflationary investing, and much more.
The end of the Cold War, Europe's single currency, Asia's financial crisis, the rise of China, new global trade agreements, massive daily flows of capital-all of these variables and more signal an unprecedented pace of change in the global economy. Globalization has emerged as the hallmark of the 1990s, challenging U.S. investors and corporations to grasp and understand the powerful forces at work outside the United States. This thorough, readable guide presents the 101 key demographic, financial, and economic characteristics of the global economy. It provides a taut introduction for understanding the key trends of the global economy and is essential reading for anyone engaged in international business and finance.
"This is a wonderful book. Victor Niederhoffer and Laurel Kenner probably know more about short-term movements than anyone else. Their knowledge, based on sophisticated analysis of their unique database, underlies the findings in this book–an invaluable guide for speculators."
–James H. Lorie, Eli B. and Harriet B. Williams Professor Emeritus of Business Administration Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago
A bestselling classic (more than 200,000 copies sold in hardcover and paperback) that delves into the minds of some of the world's most successful traders. Jack D. Schwager is currently the Managing Member of Market Wizards Funds, L.L.C., in Vineyard Haven, MA. His prior experience includes 22 years as the director of futures research for some of Wall Street's leading firms. Schwager is a frequent seminar speaker and has lectured on a range of analytical topics with particular focus on the characteristics of great traders, technical analysis, and trading system evaluation.
Welcome to the world of Martin "Buzzy" Schwartz, Champion Trader--the man whose nerves of steel and killer instinct in the canyons of Wall Street earned him the well-deserved name "Pit Bull."This is the true story of how Schwartz became the best of the best, of the people and places he discovered along the way and of the trader's tricks and techniques he used to make his millions.
By definition, investors' horizons are long-term (years) and traders' are short-term. This book is aimed at the latter, obviously limiting the scope of its applicability. Noted investment manager Sperandeo explains how he traces stocks and commodities using trends, Dow Theory, Fed-watching, stop-losses, charts, and the panoply of technical analysis combined with his own wrinkles. His chief antagonists are program traders (who move billions likewise in the short-term) and the whims of the market. In the second half, Sperandeo explores the psychology of trading and the use and importance of emotional discipline. He also stresses personal success, not just financial, and presents a solid condensed explanation of real economics, scathingly destroying the wishful-thinking economics of academics and politicians.
This classic was a runaway best seller 66 years ago - and its principles are still being championed by investment giants like CNBC's Bill Griffieth and top trader Victor Niederhoffer. It's common-sense premise is that the speculator serves a vital and necessary role in a free market economy. Now, a new generation of investors will learn about the objectives and strategies of basic value investing along with how speculating relates to options, technical & fundamental analysis, shortselling, margin, arbitrage, and more.
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