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Investment Fables: Exposing The Myths Of ‘Can’t Miss’ Investment Strategies

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Markus Nascimento rated it really liked it Jan 13, Are the promised benefits a statistical mirage? Renato rated it really liked it Feb 21, If you want guarantees, don’t invest in stocks Lesson 3: Preview — Investment Fables by Aswath Damodara. Mohamed Iqbal rated it really liked it Dec 03, My library Help Advanced Book Search. Guidance on understanding the real opportunities and not-so-obvious risks associated with each strategy–and instruction on how to mitigate the risks.

With Peter Bernstein, he co-authored Investment Management. Finally, much of the five year reversal comes from the extreme outperformance of just a few stocks. Juan Diego rated it it was amazing Sep 13, Suprit Deepak rated it it was amazing Feb 14, If you want to make smarter investment decisions, you’ll find this book utterly indispensable. He is best known as author of several investmnt used academic and practitioner texts on Valuation, Corporate Finance, and Investment Management.

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No pain, no gain Lesson fablez Lessons for Investors Conclusion Endnotes 2. Stay ahead with the world’s most comprehensive technology and business learning platform. Less Than Book Value?

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Core of the Story Theoretical Roots: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Damodaran’s newest work exposes the myth fablee “can’t-miss” investment strategies. October Endnotes 3. Marcelsandrade rated it really liked it Jan 23, So a “loser” stock strategy is likely to fail if it doesn’t include those few extremely successful stocks and even if it does succeed it will probably take years and require holding on through painful under-performance.


The professor debunks many myths, and he shoots at all styles: Good Companies with Reasonable Pricing Endnotes 7. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Over the short term? Luck overwhelms skill at least in the short term Conclusion. Has it worked over the long term?

Investment Fables: Exposing the Myths of “Can’t Miss” Investment Strategies by Aswath Damodaran

Doug Hill rated it liked it Sep 13, Quang rated it it was amazing Jun 25, Very useful for a beginer investor. Damodoran, a Professor of Finance, analyzes major stock market investing strategies: Oct 17, Gaspar rated it it was amazing Shelves: January Endnotes They’re the “can’t lose” investment stories that promise you a no-risk path to profits Everything has a price Lesson 7: Are Good Companies Good Investments?

March Endnotes The outperformance occurs in large chunks over short periods of time.