The Best Investment Writing: Volume 1: Selected writing from leading investors and authors

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Are you looking for some ideas to help you improve your portfolio? Let the brightest, most insightful minds in investing help.

The Best Investment Writing – Volume 1 contains 32 hand-selected articles. These are the best pieces from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers in the world.

You’ll get valuable insights into:

-- The strategies that produce some of the highest historical returns 

-- Five due diligence questions we must ask before investing

-- Why we often make poor “complex” investing decisions

-- The easiest, most powerful method to estimate future stock returns

-- How to spend our investment gains to maximize genuine happiness

The Best Investment Writing – Volume 1 reads like a masters course in investing. See how it can help you become a better investor today. 

With contributions from: Jason Zweig, Gary Antonacci, Morgan Housel, Ben Hunt, Todd Tresidder, Patrick O'Shaughnessy, Meb Faber, David Merkel, Norbert Keimling, Adam Butler, Stan Altshuller, Tom McClellan, Jared Dillian, Raoul Pal, Barry Ritholtz, Ken Fisher, Chris Meredith, Aswath Damodaran, Ben Carlson, Dave Nadig, Josh Brown, Corey Hoffstein, Jason Hsu, Wes Gray, John Reese, Larry Swedroe, Cullen Roche, Jonathan Clements, Michael Kitces, Charlie Bilello, John Mauldin 

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About the author

Mr. Faber is a co-founder and the Chief Investment Officer of Cambria Investment Management. Faber is the manager of Cambria’s ETFs, separate accounts and private investment funds. Mr. Faber has authored numerous white papers and five books. He is a frequent speaker and writer on investment strategies and has been featured in Barron’s, The New York Times, and The New Yorker. Mr. Faber graduated from the University of Virginia with a double major in Engineering Science and Biology.

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Publisher
Harriman House Limited
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Published on
Jul 31, 2017
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Pages
296
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ISBN
9780857196200
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Investments & Securities / Analysis & Trading Strategies
Business & Economics / Investments & Securities / Stocks
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 The Best Investment Writing is back for a second year, with 41 hand-selected articles. These are the best recent pieces of investment writing from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers in the world.
You’ll get valuable insights into:

- Why $1 trillion will flow into Chinese stock markets
- How share buybacks are good for dividend yields and per share growth
- The truth about cryptocurrencies
- Why it's a myth that bonds lose value if rates rise
- The four pillars of retirement income
- And so much more!

We likened The Best Investment Writing - Volume 1 to a masters course in investing. The second year of the program begins now, with The Best Investment Writing - Volume 2. See how it can help you become a better investor today.

With contributions from: 

Stan Altshuller, Rob Arnott, Cliff Asness, Noah Beck, Charlie Bilello, Chris Brightman, Adam Butler, Anna Chetoukhina, Jonathan Clements, Andreas Clenow, Tavi Costa, Aswath Damodaran, Elroy Dimson, Leigh Drogen, Ed Easterling, Meb Faber, Rick Friedman, Steven Germani, Rodrigo Gordillo, Charles Grant, Wes Gray, Rusty Guinn, Corey Hoffstein, Morgan Housel, Ben Hunt, Nils Jenson, Vitali Kalesnik, Norbert Keimling, Russel Kinnel, Michael Kitces, Samuel Lee, Feifei Li, Adam Ludwin, Tom McClellan, Paul Marsh, John Mauldin, Chris Meredith, Peter Mladina, Jim O'Shaughnessy, Michael Philbrick, Dan Rasmussen, Barry Ritholtz, Cullen Roche, Jeremy Schwartz, Jon Seed, Joseph Shim, Steve Sjuggerud, Kevin Smith, Ehren Stanhope, Porter Stansberry, Mike Staunton, Larry Swedroe, Todd Tresidder.
In this absorbing, smart, and accessible blend of economic and cultural history, Scott Nations, a longtime trader, financial engineer, and CNBC contributor, takes us on a journey through the five significant stock market crashes in the past century to reveal how they defined the United States today

The Panic of 1907: When the Knickerbocker Trust Company failed, after a brazen attempt to manipulate the stock market led to a disastrous run on the banks, the Dow lost nearly half its value in weeks. Only billionaire J.P. Morgan was able to save the stock market.

Black Tuesday (1929): As the newly created Federal Reserve System repeatedly adjusted interest rates in all the wrong ways, investment trusts, the darlings of that decade, became the catalyst that caused the bubble to burst, and the Dow fell dramatically, leading swiftly to the Great Depression.

Black Monday (1987): When "portfolio insurance," a new tool meant to protect investments, instead led to increased losses, and corporate raiders drove stock prices above their real values, the Dow dropped an astonishing 22.6 percent in one day.

The Great Recession (2008): As homeowners began defaulting on mortgages, investment portfolios that contained them collapsed, bringing the nation's largest banks, much of the economy, and the stock market down with them.

The Flash Crash (2010): When one investment manager, using a runaway computer algorithm that was dangerously unstable and poorly understood, reacted to the economic turmoil in Greece, the stock market took an unprecedentedly sudden plunge, with the Dow shedding 998.5 points (roughly a trillion dollars in valuation) in just minutes.

The stories behind the great crashes are filled with drama, human foibles, and heroic rescues. Taken together they tell the larger story of a nation reaching enormous heights of financial power while experiencing precipitous dips that alter and reset a market where millions of Americans invest their savings, and on which they depend for their futures. Scott Nations vividly shows how each of these major crashes played a role in America's political and cultural fabric, each providing painful lessons that have strengthened us and helped us to build the nation we know today.

A History of the United States in Five Crashes clearly and compellingly illustrates the connections between these major financial collapses and examines the solid, clear-cut lessons they offer for preventing the next one.

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