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1732026 Rothchild, John:
The Bear Book
Survive and Profit in Ferocious Markets
Preis:   € 24,90

Einband: Br
Auflage: 1. Auflage
Verlag: John Wiley & Sons New York
Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2000
Seiten: 304 S.

ISBN-10: 0-471-34882-1   
ISBN-13: 978-0-471-34882-5


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Beschreibung
"Rothchild finds some compelling evidence that a Bear might be lurking in the woods. [He] addresses the subject with candor."-The Wall Street Journal
"In a timely antidote to the fever now raging in the markets, Rothchild's new book dishes a long dive when investors least expect it." -Washington Post Book World
April 14, 2000. The Dow drops over 600 points. Investors the world over receive a startling reminder that "what goes up, must come down." Today's exceptionally volatile markets exemplify the hair-raising financial instability that most analysts see as a continuing trend. More than ever before, investors deserve a sound explanation of how to profit-or minimize loss-in such a climate, and be prepared for the inevitable dips. In Survive and Profit in Ferocious Markets, bestselling financial writer John Rothchild provides a rare understanding of profit making when the markets are tenuous, with volatility at every turn. Here is specific, comprehensive, and timely information on:
* Where the economy is going and how exactly to invest in it
* How investors can negotiate the awkward terrain between the new and old economies
* Investment strategies at different stages of a volatile market
* The psychology of investing, a history of the markets, and biographies of prominent investors, including Roy Neuberger and Philip Carret
With wit, wisdom, and a penchant for telling a good story, Rothchild provides all investors, from novices to pros, with the tools to protect their investments and prosper.
Inhalt
Partial table of contents:
BEARS WILL RISE AGAIN.
Are Stocks Really That Great?
The Case for Cutting and Running.
HOW TO SPOT A BEAR.
Deflating Bears, Inflating Bears.
Are Earnings Overrated?
Early Warning Systems.
WHO'S CRYING BEAR?
The Cassandras.
The Doomsday Best-Seller.
Beware the New Era.
The Bearish Newsletter.
IT'S A BEAR'S WORLD, AFTER ALL.
There's Always a Bear Market Someplace.
The Global Hedge.
BEAR-PROOFING THE PORTFOLIO.
The Bear Busters.
Hiding in Bonds.
Jumping on the Next Bull.
MY MUTUAL FUNDS WILL SAVE ME AND OTHER FALLACIES.
Mutual Misery.
Bear-Friendly Funds.
WINNING FROM LOSING.
The Short Sale Made Simple.
BEAR'S GAZETTE.
Hall of Fame.
Could 1929-That Is, 1932-Happen Again?
Bearish Odds and Ends.
Index.
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