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“David Dreman is known on Wall Street as a contrarian, a label that fails to appreciate his deep knowledge of the market and research into investor psychology. In Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Psychological Edge Dreman lays bare the deficiencies of the efficient market hypothesis, the investment rationale that states stock prices incorporate all known information. He also provides decades worth of data to show the woeful inaccuracy of analysts' forecasts. With the knowledge that the Street is marching to a flawed drumbeat, Dreman offers advice on how to react when markets misprice assets. Dreman has made a career of leaning heavily against the prevailing wind and for the most part, been highly successful. For those wary of following the herd, Dreman's thinking is revealing.” –Hebert Lash, Correspondent, Reuters
David Dreman is the founder and chairman of Dreman Value Management L.L.C. in New York Red Bank, New Jersey, a firm which currently manages over 4 billion dollars of individual and institutional funds.
Very good to lead more about how investors think. We need to learn all we can about this business of investing. Very good book.Published 6 months ago by Ronald L. Goodman
I absolutely love this book. Dreman is the master. He shows how there are investment opportunities because markets tend to overreact. Read morePublished 7 months ago by wisdom8020
The best book on investing in the stock market, Period! A brilliant update on Graham's method of investing, and how to avoid losing money by speculating. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bob in FL
Good book. Great data on contrarian stocks. The end of the book had good summaries on inflation, fed, and some problems inherent in the economic system. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Frederick Vaughn
I bought Dreman's previous book, Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation, back around the year 2000 and read it several times. Read morePublished 18 months ago by PhxHorn
Really enjoyed reading it as I am a contrarian investor myself. I never trusted "Analysts" (worked with one who had his CFA....Ooo-la-la!). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Daniel E. Chin
A lot of thought and work has gone into this publication.
The author presents an immense amount of material that is useful.
The ideas make clear sense. Read more