Using the dot-com crash as an object lesson in how not to manage your portfolio, here is the best-selling, gimmick-free, irreverent, vastly informative guide to navigating the turbulence of the market and managing investments with confidence.
A Random Walk Down Wall Street is well established as a staple of the business shelf, the first book any investor should read before taking the plunge and starting a portfolio. With its life-cycle guide to investing, it matches the needs of investors at any age bracket. Burton G. Malkiel shows how to analyze the potential returns, not only for stocks and bonds but also for the full range of investment opportunities, from money market accounts and real estate investment trusts to insurance, home ownership, and tangible assets like gold and collectibles.
Whether you want to verse yourself in the ways of the market before talking to a broker or follow Malkiel's easy steps to managing your own portfolio, this book remains the best investing guide money can buy....Continua
This book should be the first book for every investor out there. Hands down the best entry book for equity investment.
This is a real critics book against the supermacy and superstitions of technical analysis. Malkiel lists many cases to convince the readers about the fallacies of such technique for investing. It looks an easy read for me. I bought the older version in 2002, and there is a ninth edition in 2007....Continua