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The Only Three Questions That Still Count : Investing by Knowing What Others Don't (REV UPD)
The Only Three Questions That Still Count : Investing by Knowing What Others Don't (REV UPD)
แต่งโดย Fisher, Ken / Hoffmans, Lara / Chou, Jennifer
สำนักพิมพ์ : John Wiley & Sons Inc
วันที่ตีพิมพ์ : 2012/04
Binding : Hardcover
เลขที่ISBN : 9781118115084

ราคาบนระบบBookWeb : THB 907.00
ราคาสำหรับสมาชิกบัตร KPC : THB 816.00

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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A47500000
Place of Publication: United States
Edition: Subsequent
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
Baker & Taylor Forecast - March 2012
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)
Table of Contents
 
Preface                                            ix
Acknowledgments                                    xix
    1 Question One: What Do You Believe That Is    1  (30)
    Actually False?
      If You Knew It Was Wrong, You Wouldn't       1  (7)
      Believe It
      The Mythological Correlation                 8  (7)
      Always Look at It Differently                15 (6)
      When You Are Really, Really Wrong            21 (10)
    2 Question Two: What Can You Fathom That       31 (36)
    Others Find Unfathomable?
      Fathoming the Unfathomable                   31 (1)
      Ignore the Rock in the Bushes                32 (1)
      Discounting the Media Machine and            33 (5)
      Advanced Fad Avoidance
      The Shocking Truth About Yield Curves        38 (11)
      What the Yield Curve Is Trying to Tell You   49 (8)
      The Presidential Term Cycle                  57 (10)
    3 Question Three: What the Heck Is My Brain    67 (28)
    Doing to Blindside Me Now?
      It's Not Your Fault---Blame Evolution        67 (5)
      Cracking the Stone Age Code---Pride and      72 (13)
      Regret
      The Great Humiliator's Favorite Tricks       85 (2)
      Get Your Head Out of the Cave                87 (8)
    4 Capital Markets Technology                   95 (36)
      Building and Putting Capital Markets         95 (5)
      Technology Into Practice
      It's Good While It Lasts                     100(5)
      Forecast With Accuracy, Not Like a           105(8)
      Professional
      Better Living Through Global Benchmarking    113(18)
    5 When There's No There, There!                131(24)
      Johns Hopkins, My Grampa, Life Lessons       131(5)
      and Pulling a Gertrude
      In the Center Ring---Oil Versus Stocks       136(12)
      Sell in May Because the January Effect       148(7)
      Will Dampen Your Santa Claus Rally Unless
      There Is a Witching Effect
    6 No, It's Just The Opposite                   155(30)
      When You Are Wrong---Really, Really,         155(8)
      Really Wrong
      Multiplier Effects and the                   163(7)
      Heroin-Addicted iPod Borrower
      Let's Trade This Deficit for That One        170(5)
      The New Gold Standard                        175(10)
    7 Shocking But True                            185(28)
      Supply and Demand ... and That's It          185(15)
      Weak Dollar, Strong Dollar---What Does It    200(13)
      Matter?
    8 The Great Humiliator and Your Stone Age      213(38)
    Brain
      That Predictable Market                      213(8)
      Anatomy of a Bubble                          221(8)
      Some Basic Bear Rules                        229(15)
      What Causes a Bear Market?                   244(7)
    9 Putting It All Together                      251(38)
      Stick With Your Strategy and Stick It to     251(6)
      Him
      Four Rules That Count                        257(17)
      Finally! How to Pick Stocks That Only Win    274(7)
      When the Heck Do You Sell?                   281(8)
  Conclusion: Time to Say Goodbye                  289(6)
      Transformationalism                          290(5)
Appendix A Causal Correlations and the             295(4)
Correlation Coefficient
Appendix B News You Can't Use                      299(2)
Appendix C Greater Fools                           301(2)
Appendix D I Hate Funds                            303(4)
Appendix E Annualized Versus Average               307(2)
Appendix F The Wizard of Oz and an OZ of Gold      309(4)
Appendix G 1980 Revisited                          313(4)
Appendix H Popular But Problematic                 317(4)
Appendix I Covered Calls---Covering What?          321(2)
Notes                                              323(6)
About the Authors                                  329(2)
Index                                              331
 

Ken Fisher explains what the competition doesn't know From investment expert and long-time Forbes columnist Ken Fisher comes the Second Edition of The Only Three Questions That Count . Most investors know the only way to consistently beat the markets is by knowing things others don't. But how can investors consistently find unique information in an increasingly interconnected world? In this book, Ken Fisher shows investors how they can find more usable information and improve their investing success rate--by answering just three questions. Packed with more than 100 visuals and practical advice, The Only Three Questions That Count is an entertaining and educational guide to the markets. But it also provides a useable framework investors can use now and for the rest of their investing careers. CNBC's Mad Money host and money manager James J.Cramer says the book "may be the single best thing you could do this year to make yourself a better investor" Steve Forbes says, "Investors will find this brilliant book an eye-opening, capital-gains producing experience" The key to improving investing results is daring to challenge yourself and whatever you believe to be true, and Ken Fisher explains how in his own inimitable style.

Contents
Preface ix Acknowledgments xix 1 Question OneThat Is Actually False? 1 If You Knew It Was Wrong, You Wouldn't Believe It 1 The Mythological Correlation 8 Always Look at It Differently 15 When You Are Really, Really Wrong 21 2 Question Two: What Can You Fathom That Others Find Unfathomable? 31 Fathoming the Unfathomable 31 Ignore the Rock in the Bushes 32 Discounting the Media Machine and Advanced Fad Avoidance 33 The Shocking Truth About Yield Curves 38 What the Yield Curve Is Trying to Tell You 49 The Presidential Term Cycle 57 3 Question Three: What the Heck Is My Brain Doing to Blindside Me Now? 67 It's Not Your Fault-Blame Evolution 67 Cracking the Stone Age Code-Pride and Regret 72 The Great Humiliator's Favorite Tricks 85 Get Your Head Out of the Cave 87 4 Capital Markets Technology 95 Building and Putting Capital Markets Technology Into Practice 95 It's Good While It Lasts 100 Forecast With Accuracy, Not Like a Professional 105 Better Living Through Global Benchmarking 113 5 When There's No There, There! 131 Johns Hopkins, My Grampa, Life Lessons and Pulling a Gertrude 131 In the Center Ring-Oil Versus Stocks 136 Sell in May Because the January Effect Will Dampen Your Santa Claus Rally Unless There Is a Witching Effect 148 6 No, It's Just The Opposite 155 When You Are Wrong-Really, Really, Really Wrong 155 Multiplier Effects and the Heroin-Addicted iPod Borrower 163 Let's Trade This Defi cit for That One 170 The New Gold Standard 175 7 Shocking But True 185 Supply and Demand ... and That's It 185 Weak Dollar, Strong Dollar-What Does It Matter? 200 8 The Great Humiliator and Your Stone Age Brain 213 That Predictable Market 213 Anatomy of a Bubble 221 Some Basic Bear Rules 229 What Causes a Bear Market? 244 9 Putting It All Together 251 Stick With Your Strategy and Stick It to Him 251 Four Rules That Count 257 Finally! How to Pick Stocks That Only Win 274 When the Heck Do You Sell? 281 Conclusion: Time to Say Goodbye 289 Transformationalism 290 Appendix A: Causal Correlations and the Correlation Coeffi cient 295 Appendix B: News You Can't Use 299 Appendix C: Greater Fools 301 Appendix D: I Hate Funds 303 Appendix E: Annualized Versus Average 307 Appendix F: The Wizard of Oz and an OZ of Gold 309 Appendix G: 1980 Revisited 313 Appendix H: Popular But Problematic 317 Appendix I: Covered Calls-Covering What? 321 Notes 323 About the Authors 329 Index 331
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