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The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing: Finding Value, Generating Absolute Returns, and Controlling Risk in Turbulent Markets Hardcover – May 8, 2012
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To make money in this troubled economy you need to understand where the markets are headed, not where they've been. Clinging to outdated strategies and played out market trends are sure ways to miss out on new investments. In The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing, acclaimed investment expert John Mauldin teaches you how to read the direction of the markets to make decisions that capitalize on today's investment opportunities.
A practical road map to what's in store for the markets to help you stay ahead of the curve, the book debunks many of the myths that have come to govern investment logic, particularly the buy-and-hold, relative return vehicles that Wall Street peddles to unsuspecting investors. Giving you a clear view of the trends shaping the markets right now, which are likely to provide investment options for the decade ahead, The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing teaches the value of careful research before you put your money to work.
Whether the market is on its way up or down, there are always excellent opportunities to invest profitably. You just need to know where they are. Looking at how the markets have behaved in the past to make an educated prediction about where they're going, The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing explains how to make investment decisions that make sense today, whether you're trading stocks, bonds, gold, real estate, or anything else.
Making the most of the markets is like hitting a moving targetdifficult, but not impossibleand with The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing in hand, you have everything you need to improve your eye for investing and make stable and secure trading decisions that can turn a profit in even the most turbulent of times.
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Praise For THE LITTLE BOOK OF BULL'S EYE INVESTING
"John Mauldin understands the complexities of investing in today's tumultuous global environment. This is an invaluable guide for identifying the certainties in an increasingly uncertain market climate, and the profitable opportunities that will emerge."David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist,Gluskin Sheff + Associates
"Successful investing requires making sense of the big picture and helping investors gain perspective. The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing is a must-read. Once again, John Mauldin has nailed it!"Jon Sundt, President and CEO, Altegris Investments, Inc.
"Be prepared to discover what readers of John Mauldin's online newsletter already knowhis practical and sensible investment advice, drawn from a deep knowledge of markets and history. In this book, John lays outin his appealing stylenot only the essence of bull's eye investing, but also how not to fail as an investor."A. Gary Shilling, President, A. Gary Shilling & Co., Inc.
"No one does a better job of synthesizing wide ranging sources of market wisdom than John Mauldin. His unique perspective often reveals what professionals miss and what Mom and Pop investors have yet to learn."Barry Ritholtz, CEO and Director of Equity Research,Fusion IQ
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There are tons of statistics and charts but the data is explained in plain english. Also, the author summarizes the main points at the end of each chapter. I though this was helpful in reinforcing what I just read, like a school textbook.
The context focuses on major economic trends throughout history and what is likely to happen over the next decade or two. Some of the cycles that have occurred (and repeated) in the past are pretty amazing. Who knows if they'll repeat again but at least you'll have an idea of what might be coming down the pike.
So, this book is not for your typical day trader but I think it is a great read for almost anyone interested in economic cycles and future trends.
John Mauldin's realistic, objective assesment of where we are and how to invest based on current conditions is one of the few honest assesmnets I have come across.