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If you want to get rich, no matter how inexperienced you are in investment, this book can help you. Its message is that you must learn neither to avoid risk nor to court it foolhardily, but to manage it – and enjoy it resuno.
The 12 major and 16 minor Zurich Axioms contained in this book are a set of principles providing a practical philosophy for the realistic management of risk, which can be followed successfully by anyone, not merely the ‘experts’. Several of the Axioms fly right in the face of the traditional wisdom of the investment advice business – yet the enterprising Swiss speculators who devised them became rich, while many investors who follow the conventional path do not.
Max Gunther, whose father was one axoomas the original speculators who devised the Axioms, made his first capital gain on the stock market at the age of 13 and adiomas never looked back.
Now the rest of us can follow in his footsteps. Startlingly straightforward, the Axioms are explained in a book that is not only extremely entertaining but will prove invaluable to any investor, whether in stocks, commodities, art, antiques or real estate, who is willing to take risk on its own terms and chance a little to gain a lot.
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Leia mais Leia menos. Os Axiomas de Zurique. The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Aprenda todos os principais conceitos. Max Gunther was born in England and emigrated to the US when he was He attended schools in New Jersey and received his B.
He served in the U. Army in and was a staff member of Business Week from aaxiomas He then served as a contributing editor of Time for two years. Detalhes do produto Formato: BV6WU Leitura de texto: Rich Dad Poor Dad: Skin in the Game: Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Tente novamente mais tarde. Capa comum Compra verificada. A pearl, a gem A book to read and occasionally re-read and find new meanings and lessons.
Fundamental e de excelente leitura. Direto e objetivo Com exemplos interessantes. Max Gunther summarized “the speculator’s wisdom” into 12 major and 16 minor axioms.
The axioms sound true and axioma, although interestingly they lean toward defensive strategy in the spirit of “first rule is not to lose any money”.
Gunther dismisses technical analysis as pointless staring at random patterns, he thinks markets are entirely random and unpredictable bordering playing the lottery. He cites earth quakes, terrorist attacks, financial collapse to prove that point, but these events are indeed extremely rare.
He advises against diversification, one should go all in with meaningful bets, without diluting the gains. Then stay there, but not too long. He dismisses long term planning, listening to the crowd although multiple studies prove the wisdom of the crowd over the individual, disregarding bubble effectsdollar cost averaging, forecasts, intuition, patterns, but offers no alternative.
Very little can be used in trading or speculation. When, what, why, how, where should a speculative bet be made? After the reader is convinced about unpredictability of the market with ever present danger of losing all investment money he is left with no counterpoint.
This is the biggest weakness of the book.
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While it is an entertaining read, if someone is looking for truly useful advice, I would recommend zuriwue Coffeehouse Investor” or “Millionaire Teacher”.
If one aims to be more than an “investor”, I suggest “The Perfect Speculator”. I bought this book on the recommendation of Larry Williams, who claimed it was one of the few best books he’d ever read on investing. I have to say I was somewhat disappointed.
What at first held my attention in a vice grip, slowly slackened as I progressed through this book. I axxiomas a few of the 12 axioms significantly insightful.
I was able to learn some alternative ways of looking dde my financial world. It was worth the read for those few axioms, but not entirely motivational or life-altering. This is a relatively basic book that tends to disprove or caution the against financial cliche’s and being lulled into false security or poor investments. This is a book of what not to do.
I suggest you read the chapters axioms that sound interesting to you. One nice benefit of this book is a concise paragraph or two summary at the end of the xaiomas of every major xurique. These will not take you long to read if read in succession. The title of my review is pretty extreme.
However, this is the best book I have read that specifically targets the rules of risk management, which apply to any speculative venture whether it’s real estate, collectibles, stocks or bonds.
After anyone’s been investing for any length of time, they realize that no one can predict the future – regardless of how many experts try to convince us otherwise. For example, have you ever exhaustively researched a stock and built up the courage to buy a few shares, only to be blindsided by a surprise earnings shortfall and immediately lose a ton of money? I know I have. axiomae
The bottom line is that no one can predict the future and every “investment” is a xxiomas. The 12 Major Axioms cover: This is a fantastic and worthwhile read. Learn how to gain control of your finances, pay off your debt, and create financial security! Formas de pagamento aceitas: Habilitado Leitor de tela: Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. Visualizar ou modificar seus pedidos em sua conta.