Its a good book and I recommend it highly for any investor.
If Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is an all-time ultimate classic for traders, then The Money Game is one of the all-time ultimate classics for investors.
If you read both books back to back, the structure and style jumps out almost like a teacher writing an equation on the board.
A must read for every investor with the brain. Yes, I know you're very knowledgeable on the the subjects of picking stocks and acting as an armchair CEO. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mr z
Basically sums up what the stock market "truly is" in the title. Just a game where we keep track who is winning by the returns and amount gained in this world of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by HeavensKrow
After reading this and the book ,"Where Are The Customers' Yachts?" you will understand why you and only you have your best interest at heart in the management of you money... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greg Z
Long before the term behavioural finance there was someone writing about the significance of identity. Read morePublished 7 months ago by investingbythebooks
I had read a couple other of "Adam Smith's" books, including "Powers of the Mind," and thought that I hadn't read this one, which is about investment bankers and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roger Merritt
This is THE basic book on understanding money, and money is the root of all good. Money buys food and shelter for our families, necessities and luxuries to make our lives better. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Robert J. Askey
If you're thinking about investing you have to read this one True today true yesterday true ten years from now.Published 20 months ago by richard p walker
Sorry,cannot recall buying this book and cannot find it in my collection, so cannot rate it.
I am a bit puzzled.
A humorous but instructive read for anyone who's interested in the stock market. George Goodman's prediction of brokers going public did come true, for better or worse. Read morePublished 24 months ago by StratMan