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Arrogance Cycle: Think You Can'T Lose, Think Again Hardcover – September 1, 2011
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Michael K. Farr’s The Arrogance Cycle is not just a valuable story about investing today, but also lessons and principles rooted in human history that portend to how we live and life’s outcome. Indeed, if our generation leaves our kids with this country’s deficit, we will justifiably be judged history’s most arrogant.
—Michael Armstrong, former Chairman and CEO AT&T
“The Arrogance Cycle is a must read cautionary tale. The book provides important insights into not just how to be a better investor but, more importantly, the value of humility as a
—Robert S. Silberman, Chairman and CEO, Strayer University
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Farr focuses on individual factors—such as
rampant consumerism, a sense of entitlement, narcissism, resentment toward the upper class—that combined to create the perfect economic storm. By consulting with leading psychologists and relaying first-hand experience with investment clients, he provides a case study of the arrogant investor.
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MAKE YOU A SMARTER INVESTOR AS WELL AS GIVING YOU IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO PROTECT YOURSELF IN THIS
DOWN ECONOMY. I TAKE MY HAT OFF TO MICHAEL FARR THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO GIVE US YOUR INSIGHTS.
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