The Book of Investing Wisdom: Classic Writings by Great Stock-Pickers and Legends of Wall Street
Charles H. Dow, Benjamin Graham, George Soros, Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, Mario Gabelli, and Donald Trump. You won't find a seminar or lecture anywhere that boasts a panel quite like this-a group of the great stock-pickers and market gurus, both past and present, brought together to instruct you on the art of investing. The Book of Investing Wisdom offers you a unique insight into how these professionals and many others achieved financial success through intelligent investing-all from the comfort of your armchair. Never before have the writings of such a large and diverse group of brilliant investors been collected between the covers of a single book.
The Book of Investing Wisdom is an anthology of 46 essays and speeches from the most successful, well-known investors and financiers of our time. In their own words, these legends of Wall Street share their best investment ideas and advice. You'll hear from Bernard Baruch on stock market slumps, Peter Bernstein on investing for the long term, Joseph E. Granville on market movements, John Moody on investment vs. speculation, Otto Kahn on the New York Stock Exchange and public opinion, William Peter Hamilton on the Dow theory, and Leo Melamed on the art of futures trading, to name just a few.
For easy reference, the 46 essays featured in The Book of Investing Wisdom are organized into eight categories, covering the nuts and bolts of analysis, investing attitude and philosophy, investing strategies, market cycles, views from the inside, lessons from notorious characters, insights from the Great Crashes, and advice beyond your average blue chip. Each essay is preceded by a brief introduction that provides intriguing and insightful background information about its author's life and career, and places the essay in historical perspective. Significant statements, inspiring thoughts, and even quirky bits of wisdom have been highlighted throughout the book to call attention to each contributor's most memorable ideas.
Offering practical advice, strategic wisdom, and intriguing history, The Book of Investing Wisdom will inspire and motivate everyone from the professional money manager to the do-it-yourself investor to the business student.
PETER KRASS is a freelance writer and editor living in Connecticut. He contributes regularly to Investor's Business Daily. His other books include The Book of Leadership Wisdom: Classic Writings by Legendary Business Leaders and The Book of Business Wisdom: Class Writings by the Legends of Commerce and Industry, also available from Wiley.
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The Nuts and Bolts of Analysis
Philip Fisher The People Factor
Henry Clews The Study of the Stock Market
Arnold Bernhard The Valuation of Listed Stocks
Paul F Miller Jr The Dangers of Retrospective Myopia
Jim Rogers Get Smart and Make a Fortune
Peter Lynch Stalking the Tenbagger
Attitude and Philosophy
Baruch Does a Stock Market Slump Mean
Abby Joseph Cohen A Fundamental Strength
Arthur Crump The Importance of Special Knowledge
Robert R Prechter Elvis Frankenstein and
Views from the Inside
Edward H H The Stock Exchange as a Stabilizing
Otto Kahn The New York Stock Exchange and
Charles E Merrill A Declaration of Policy
Ellen Douglas DoItYourself Investing
John Moody Investment versus Speculation
Bogle A Mandate for Fund Shareholders
Forbes Wall Street Millionaires
Bernstein Is Investing for the Long Term Theory
Sir John Templeton The TimeTested Maxims of the
Loeb Importance of Correct Timing
Philip Carret When Speculation Becomes
William Peter The Dow Theory
Roger W Babson Three Different Stock Market
Laura Pedersen The Last Frontier
Richard Whitney In Defense of the Stock Exchange
James Grant Michael Milken Meet Sewell Avery
Frank A Vanderlip The Haunting Specter 1907
J Paul Getty The Wall Street Investor 1962
George Soros After Black Monday 1987
Stanley Kroll How to Win Big and Lose Small
Martin E Zweig Selling Short Its Not UnAmerican
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