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By history's yardstick, Shiller believes this market is grossly overvalued, and the factors that have conspired to create and amplify this event--the baby-boom effect, the public infatuation with the Internet, and media interest--will most certainly abate. He fears that too many individuals and institutions have come to view stocks as their only investment vehicle, and that investors should consider looking beyond stocks as a way to diversify and hedge against the inevitable downturn. This is a serious and well-researched book that should read like a Stephen King novel to anyone who has staked his or her future on the market's continued success. --Harry C. Edwards
A seminal work on investing. Highly recommended for anyone who wish to dabble in financial investments.Published 2 months ago by GeoAggie
Schiller does an exceptional job tying the less obvious aspects of our society and psychological shortcomings as easily influenced members of an "immediate gratification first"... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Winston E.
The book is exactly that I have expected.Published 2 months ago by José Eustáquio Moreira de Carvalho
It's a good book. Schiller talks about behavioral economics and how this affects the modern approach in economics investigation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jonatas
So well written and extremely well researched. I am much more confident in my ability to spot markets driven by euphoria or mass appeal after having read this.Published 6 months ago by Corenne T.
As pertinent today (26 March 2015) as when the words were first uttered.Published 8 months ago by Carl N. Knudson
It'd nearly a decade since this book, the 2nd edition of Irrational Exuberance, made its debut in 2005. A lot has happened since then in financial markets. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Great Faulkner's Ghost
Nice reading from a point of view if someone who is not directly involved in trading, but tries to understand its behaviour since long post. Some interesting facts laid out.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer