Most people realize they may never lead lives of financial ease, but now many live in fear of never even retiring. We must rethink how we approach investing—and even acknowledge we never understood it in the first place—before it is too late.
The stock market is here to stay and remains one of the few ways to truly grow your money in the long run. The Indomitable Investor: Why a Few Succeed in the Stock Market When Everyone Else Fails not only simplifies Wall Street's most complicated facts and ideas, but reveals the disciplines used by the few investors who consistently overpower the stock market.
Most people never own stocks long enough to qualify as long-term investors. They "greed in" to Wall Street's latest craze and "panic out" just as prices bottom. Deconstructing popular, often inaccurate portrayals of investing, The Indomitable Investor offers a fascinating look inside Wall Street's intellectual and operational machinery.
The Indomitable Investor applies an analytical, sometimes contrarian, approach to gathering and synthesizing fragmented facts long known by the best investors but unknown to almost everyone else.
Comprehensive and written in a lively, accessible style, The Indomitable Investor covers everything from buying and selling stocks intelligently to dealing with the market mob, behavioral finance, managing brokers, analyzing financial news, increasing mutual fund returns, and understanding how seasonality and economic cycles pace the market.
The Indomitable Investor is a compendium of insider knowledge. Ignore The Indomitable Investor at your own risk.
Excellent survey. Covers a lot of ground and is data-driven, not just anecdotal like most books in this space.Published 3 months ago by Michael B.
The author provides the reader with the broader picture of how markets work and what the smart money is watching. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty interesting range of topics creating an unusual scope for a book of this type yet during the last 20% of the book the author seems to be gone. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robert Okun
This could be a good "beginner's" guide to trading but if you rely on this for trading - I guarantee that eventually you WILL lose. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Walter Prochorenko
I couldn't manage to go pass the middle of the book. Lots of assertions without backing, other than hammering them again and again until you get tired of reading the same thing... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Leonardo Soto Munoz
I found Steven Sears to be one of the best financial writers I can remember. He has a good grasp of the case for investors and the headwinds they face. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Randy Kelsey
has very few useful items not for a busy person. Not very practical advice and so I do not see ti as a good addition to my librayPublished 23 months ago by John fitnessdoc