Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It-Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money- Killing Myths By Ken Fisher on *FREE* shipping on qualifying. Legendary money manager Ken Fisher outlines the most common—and costly— mistakes investors make. Small cap stocks are best for all time. Bunk! A trade. Legendary investor Ken Fisher’s latest book DEBUNKERY: Learn It, Do It, and Profit From it—Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths.
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Jan 13, Jay rated it did not like it Shelves: Ken fisher would explain clearly why in this book. He is very gung ho on the stock market, and relies on straight forward analysis to make his point. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Cob Pen rated it liked it Jan 23, Especially, the fear against Chinese dumping U. His views here read as fusher and to some degree downright disrespectful. Don’t have a Kindle?
I thought it was a decent investment book. There are lots of ideas on how to understand these issues and how to react profitably. Ken Fisher is one of the most successful and well regarded investment managers in the world.
It’s very difficult to know something others don’t in regards to investing. Customers who bought this item also bought.
I tend to think the other way, lost profits hurt more than losing positions. This is also an excellent read. But, it’s krn must-read for the stock picker, since using this debunkery reversely, you will be able to buy debnkery stock you want darn cheap.
Fisher easily dismisses these beliefs with statistics not that it takes much to overturn them. May 06, Christopher Obert rated it really liked it Shelves: Fun easy read on common investing mistakes.
Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It — Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths
I wished they knew what they were talking. Then at debunkefy July 4th party a friend told me he has been an enthused client of Fisher Investments for years. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Feb 07, Alexander Rolfe rated it really liked it.
One person found this helpful. In that time there were 53 up January’s and 31 down. Debunkfry the 53 January’s that were up there were 45 up years and only 8 down years, but of the 31 years with a down January the annual returns were 15 up years and 16 down years.
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He is constantly on the prowl of proof of trends that matter, combinations of indicators that mean something, at least for a relatively short period of time. Jan 19, Dmitri Pavlov rated it really liked it. Most of these are disproved by looking at historic data, at least disproving that the rul The book can be summarized, and in fact is summarized by the author midway through, with the thought that there is no one perfect measure or indicator — if there was then everyone would use it to invest.
The usual suspects are: It also gives you the tools you need to continue to do your own debunkery for the rest of your investing career. Fisher easily dismisses these beliefs with cebunkery not that it takes much to overturn The everything-you-know-is-wrong book of investing.
The title seems off, as I didn’t catch any way to profit from going against these old saws of investment, as in many cases they had expected results at least some of the time. Quite reasonable, but turned out to be damn wrong.
Broken into 50 small chapters that shows why some common sentiment is either taken out of context or grossly misrepresented. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
Maybe this is one of the first books that you should read so that you can start off on the right path while you enter the wonderful world of investing. Marcus Barnes rated it really liked it Jan 23, It isn’t everyday that someone can take subjects such as economics, finance and investment and helps readers understand the logic of nineteen myths. Norm Conley rated it really liked it May 20, Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Oct 18, Dean rated it really liked it Shelves: Another point is the consequences of chasing hot stocks, which is something I must watch out for.