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“Read Jack Ablin's ‘five factor' approach to investing and you not only will sleep better at night, you'll be a smarter, wiser human being. Ablin takes you on his twenty-year journey toward a unified, rational approach to investing that can help you weather even the most turbulent financial storms. This book may be one of the best investments you will ever make.”
--John Callaway, Senior Correspondent, WTTW, Public Television
“This book is based on verifiable data trends and years of experience with a broad array of economic and market numbers. Regret over investment losses need not lead investors to disengage their brains or to be robbed again by schemes hawked as ‘new and improved.'Reading Minds and Marketswill help jump-start an honest investment dialogue that has been sidetracked by excesses of greed and fear.”
--Bill Barnhart, Former Financial Editor and Columnist for the Chicago Tribune
“The author has taken the complex world of investing and provided an extremely practical approach to success where others have failed miserably. His grasp of the financial markets makes him eminently qualified to develop an extremely sound and practical approach in order to protect and enhance wealth for investors.”
--Edward (“Ned”) Riley, Jr., Former Chief Investment Officer for State Street Global Advisors and Chief Investment Officer, Riley Asset Management
“With nearly three decades of experience, Jack Ablin's superb intellectual thinking is reflected inReading Minds and Markets. This is great reading for the motivated investor.”
--Professor Israel Shaked, Finance and Economics Department, Boston University, School of Management
Youcando more to protect yourself from market risks and down markets. The secret: Understand the big picture and know when to shift money toward more promising industry groups, sectors, or asset classes. This strategy is called “global macro investing”--and, as Chief Investment Officer for Harris Private Bank, Jack Ablin has used it to deliver results for many of the world's wealthiest families and individuals.
InReading Minds and Markets,Ablin distills his techniques into a remarkably simple, commonsense five-step plan thatanyinvestor can use. You'll discover how to anticipate some of the more significant shifts in global markets and move investments toward areas that are more likely to grow. Equally important, you'll learn how to overcome bad habits that inevitably lead to failure--habits all too often reinforced by the financial media.
In today's unforgiving markets, you need to make smarter high-level decisionsandfewer mistakes: This book will help you do both.
If using common sense and keeping a cool head when approaching investment opportunities nowadays equates to "reading minds", then this should be your favorite book about using... Read morePublished on April 20, 2012 by C. Gafton
...this book actually offers basic, time-honored, and largely traditional investment strategies.
So, no, this book won't help you "read minds" or "read markets" but does... Read more
The value you get out of Reading Minds will depend on how experienced an investor you are. For the advanced novice, it's a good read as it is a good introduction to asset... Read morePublished on December 16, 2010 by Stacy E. Burrell
Anyone who intends to select individual stocks or even ETFs owes it to themselves and their dependents to take at least a year and watch the markets carefully, read a few good... Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by mheld45
Even with my MBA, it's hard to get excited about and fully digest books on Finance.
Basically this one boils down to buzz words, and a recommendation to gain... Read more
Provides a basic introduction to fundamentals, metrics data analysis, dollar cost averaging and momentum. Read morePublished on November 26, 2009 by Mike
I liked this book. I believe it is geared more towards a professional, or full time investor. But I do think a novice investor will find some good information here. Read morePublished on November 23, 2009 by Chris Jaronsky
No, this is not an actual mind-reading book... although READING MINDS AND MARKETS is a fascinating read at a time when we wonder what lies behind generic investing slogans such as... Read morePublished on November 16, 2009 by Cynthia Sue Larson
As others have stated before, this book will only be valuable to you if you are willing to spend time managing your own portfolio and are disciplined enough to stick with a plan. Read morePublished on October 29, 2009 by Dr. Redhawk