9780131403123-0131403125-Investment Fables: Exposing the Myths of "Can't Miss" Investments Strategies

Investment Fables: Exposing the Myths of "Can't Miss" Investments Strategies

ISBN-13: 9780131403123
ISBN-10: 0131403125
Edition: 1
Author: Damodaran, Aswath
Publication date: 2004
Publisher: Ft Pr
Format: Paperback 539 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780131403123
ISBN-10: 0131403125
Edition: 1
Author: Damodaran, Aswath
Publication date: 2004
Publisher: Ft Pr
Format: Paperback 539 pages

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Acknowledged authors Damodaran, Aswath wrote Investment Fables: Exposing the Myths of "Can't Miss" Investments Strategies comprising 539 pages back in 2004. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0131403125 and 9780131403123. Since then Investment Fables: Exposing the Myths of "Can't Miss" Investments Strategies textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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The truth about 13 of today's most widely touted investment strategies.

  • 10 powerful lessons for every investor
  • Overcoming the enduring myths about markets
  • High dividend stocks: better and safer than bonds--or not?
  • Cheap stocks: cheap for a reason?
  • Should you invest in quality? Momentum? The next big thing? Or what?

You've heard 'em. (Maybe even from your broker!) They're the "can't lose" investment stories that promise you a no-risk path to profits …

  • "Buy companies trading below book value."
  • "Follow the momentum."
  • "Buy stocks with low P/Es."
  • "Stick with quality."
  • "Buy after bad news."
  • "Buy after good news."
  • "Follow the insiders."
  • "Do whatever Warren Buffett's doing."

And on, and on, and on …

They sound good. But do they really work? You're about to find out.

In Investment Fables, one of the world's leading investment researchers runs the numbers on 13 of today's most widely touted strategies, objectively answering the questions your broker can't answer. Has it worked over the long term? Over the short term? If it made sense once, does it still make sense? Are the promised benefits a statistical mirage? Could it work, as one part of your investment strategy? What are the downsides–and how can you mitigate them?

If you want to make smarter investment decisions, you'll find this book utterly indispensable.
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