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Since its initial publication, The Four Pillars of Investing has become a staple for the independent-minded investor looking to make better-informed investment decisions. Written by noted financial expert and neurologist William Bernstein, this time-honored investing guide provides the knowledge and tools for achieving long-term profitability.
Bernstein bridges the four fundamental topics successful investors use to generate exceptional profits on a consistent basis:
From the essential soundness of classic portfolio theory through the inherent wisdom of investing in multiple asset classes, The Four Pillars of Investing provides a distinctive blend of market history, investing theory, and behavioral finance to help you become a successful, self-sufficient investor.
William J. Bernstein, Ph.D., M.D., is a neurologist and the cofounder of the investment management firm Efficient Frontier Advisors. He is the author of three finance books—The Intelligent Asset Allocator, The Four Pillars of Investing, and The Investor’s Manifesto—and two volumes of economic history, The Birth of Plenty and A Splendid Exchange. Bernstein is currently working on a history book exploring the effects of access to technology on human relations and politics.
This is one of your books that changes the way you think forever. I have a richer perspective on investing and am on a new path to learn more.Published 1 month ago by vladiim
The book provides a clear, common sense method of investing. It truly is a difficult book to put down. Excellent!Published 1 month ago by Curious
it is a great book. I put it right by my pillow before I go to sleep next to my piggy bank.Published 1 month ago by C. Kim
This should be required reading at the high school or college level. It's fair to say this book, along with "Boglehead's Guide to Investing," changed my life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by brian
This is a the best summary I have read for why it makes sense for most investors to use index funds rather than try to pick stocks or actively managed mutual funds. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike Brown
I give this to all nephews and nieces as part of their trip from the depths of financial illiteracy. You should too. Recommended to me by famous statistics prof brother. Read morePublished 3 months ago by unkie