Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It-Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money- Killing Myths By Ken Fisher on *FREE* shipping on qualifying. Legendary money manager Ken Fisher outlines the most common—and costly— mistakes investors make. Small cap stocks are best for all time. Bunk! A trade. Legendary investor Ken Fisher’s latest book DEBUNKERY: Learn It, Do It, and Profit From it—Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths.
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So there’s a lot of “what not to do”, with little to no “what to do”. English Choose a language for shopping. To ask other readers questions about Debunkeryplease sign up.
His arguments here are persuasive although he limits himself to just the effects of the stock market rather debuhkery society or the economy as a whole. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. A book about myths in investing and how to spot them so that you do not fall into Bunk thinking.
These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. Feb 07, Alexander Rolfe rated it really liked it. Dispells many misconceptions of common beliefs surrounding the market and our economy. His views here read as stereotypical and to some degree downright disrespectful.
Showing of 47 reviews. The title seems off, fishef I didn’t catch any way to profit from going against these old saws of investment, as in many cases they had expected results at least some of the time.
I tend vebunkery think the other way, lost profits hurt more than losing positions. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Another myth was “So Goes January” which the book claims to de-bunk, but did it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Norm Conley rated it really liked it May 20, Couldn’t find anything to dislike. It’s a fundamental I have been investing off and on for most of my life as a private investor.
May 02, thewestchestarian rated it liked it. Most are common sense obvious or reasonable, some are filled with the optimism of capitalism Mr Fisher is, after all, a billionaireand his comments negative on annuities no doubt annoy many life insurance sales people.
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Especially, the fear against Chinese dumping U. This kenn also an excellent read. The Little Book of Market Myths: The book can be summarized, and in fact is summarized by the author midway through, with the thought that there is no one perfect measure or indicator — if there was then everyone would use it to invest.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In fact, it can b. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. One of his points is to look at what makes up averages.
Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It — Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths
Mark rated it it was amazing Jan 20, In fact, it can b Legendary money manager Ken Fisher outlines the most common—and costly—mistakes investors make. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
The book states that this is a coin debknkery. Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t” would realize that he is critical of any one factor or trend having predictive value in terms of stock market direction. This is a pretty good book to recommend. Maybe this is one of the first books that you should read so tha Ken Fisher has an excellent book here!
Fisher easily dismisses these beliefs with statistics not that it takes much to overturn them.
Kenneth Fisher, veteran of countless investing books and Forbes magazine columns, presents the counter-intuitive world of investing as he sees it. The short answer is many investors fail to question if what they believe is true—and are therefore blinded by tradition, biases, ideology, or any number of cognitive errors.
That energy overcame my inertia so I read the book. His description of 50 widely accepted Wall Street “truths” and his factual support for their fallability is excellent, even if the theme is repeated so often.