I'ts been a while since I read this fine book.
Regarding the "updated for the real estate bubble" claims: The real estate information is not very well integrated - it looks like it was opportunistically inserted.
Robert J. Shiller's "Irrational Exuberance" is about the most bearish book you could ever read about the stock market.
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 days ago by Janko Hrasko
Extraordinary summarization of key fundamental financial data on market performance utilizing an appropriate time horizon for the real creation and destruction of wealth as the sum... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Pearson
makes great points, but back up info too redundantPublished 1 month ago by in florida and loving it
Great book. A must read for serious investors. For that matter, Robert Shiller's books are all great reads for serious investors.Published 1 month ago by Tim
I am excited to be reading this book. It explains much about the financial world. I would recommend this book to young people wanting to learn the whims of our financial world.Published 2 months ago by Janice Roane
I knew that EMH is somehow wrong, but I couldn't break their logic during class, although I could give some example, like the LTCM disaster. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kim
Oh' boy, if you want to know about the cause of the economic downturn and Real Estate bubble of 2007, this the one for you.Published 2 months ago by Reggy