Winning the Loser's Game Timeless Strategies for Successful Investing

ISBN-10: 0071813659
ISBN-13: 9780071813655
Edition: 6th 2013 (Revised)
Authors: Charles Ellis
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List price: $32.00
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 7/9/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

The classic guide to winning on Wall Street—completely updated and expanded!Named by The Wall Street Journal one of the best books for novice investorsWinning the Loser’s Game, Sixth Edition reveals how stock markets really work and what individuals can and should do to be sure they are long-term winners. It leads readers through the simple steps of setting realistic objectives, deciding on a sensible strategy, and, most importantly, sticking with it.Praise for previous editions of Winning the Loser's Game“The best book about investing? The answer is simple: Winning the Loser’s Game.”— F. William McNabb III, CEO and President, Vanguard"Remarkably insightful and lucidly written . . . required reading for every serious investor."—Burton G. Malkiel, author of A Random Walk Down Wall StreetCharles D. Ellis served for 28 years as managing partner of Greenwich Associates, a global leader in strategy consulting to financial service firms. The author of 12 investing books an innumerable articles, he has taught at Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management.

CHARLES D. ELLIS advises institutions, wealthy families, and governments around the world on investing. For many years, he chaired the investment committee at Yaleand has taught the advanced investment courses at both Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management. He has written 16 books and over 100 articles. Recognized as one of the 12 leading contributors to the investment profession, he has chaired CFA Institute and served on theinvestment committees of Exeter, KAUST, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Hollins University, Whitehead Institute, and as a director of Vanguard.

Foreword
Preface
The Loser's Game
The Winners' Game
Beating the Market
Mr. Market and Mr. Value
The Investor's Dream Team
Investor Risk and Behavior Economics
Your Unfair Competitive Advantage: Indexing
The Paradox
Time
Returns
Investment Risks
Building Portfolios
Why Policy Matters
Playing to Win
Performance Measurement
Predicting the Market-Roughly
The Individual Investor
Selecting Funds
On Fees: Buyer Beware!
Planning Your Play
Disaster-Again
Thoughts for 401(K) Investors
Endgame
Thoughts for the Wealthy
You are Now Good to Go!
Parting Thoughts
Serving on an Investment Committee
Murder on the Orient Express
Recommended Reading
Index

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