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It Was a Very Good Year

It Was a Very Good Year For the first time a leading investment authority examines the phenomenon of how every so often a particular financial market takes off beyond anyone s expectations providing investors with an avera

  • Title: It Was a Very Good Year
  • Author: Martin S. Fridson
  • ISBN: 9780471174004
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For the first time, a leading investment authority examines the phenomenon of how every so often a particular financial market takes off beyond anyone s expectations, providing investors with an average return of 35% or in a single year Designed to help readers spot similar opportunities in the future, this unique resource explores the best ten years for investing ovFor the first time, a leading investment authority examines the phenomenon of how every so often a particular financial market takes off beyond anyone s expectations, providing investors with an average return of 35% or in a single year Designed to help readers spot similar opportunities in the future, this unique resource explores the best ten years for investing over the past two centuries.

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    1. This book is about the ten best stock market years of the 20th century. I didn't expect any miraculous set of pointers on identifying a great stock market year. However, one expects a historian to do more merely than report discrete facts. One would expect a set of common threads running through the descriptions of these ten years, explaining their similarities and differences. Instead, what one sees is like brief snippets of market-related events in each of the years (and some unrelated events [...]




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