|Title||100 Minds That Made the Market||Height||22 mm|
|Author||Ken Fisher||Width||15 mm|
|Publisher||Wiley India Pvt Ltd||Pages||448|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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100 Minds That Made the Market
Author: Ken Fisher
This book presents 100 such people, each of whom contributed something - a lesson, an innovation, or a scam. Their minds made the innovations and their impact made the market what it is, so ultimately and simply, it was their minds that made the market - hence the books title. Looking back on their lives in invaluable for anyone who never stopped to think how the market came about and essential for everyone connected with todays market and tomorrows future. As the saying goes, Those who do not learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them. Here you have 100 of the best teachers available to save you from learning the hard way the lessons their lives so vividly portray. In reading 100 Minds That Made the Market, you will find the story behind Wall Streets gradual formation as fascinating and engrossing as the market itself. About The Author Kenneth L. Fisher is best known for his prestigious ?Portfolio Strategy? column, where his 21 year tenure of high profile calls makes him the sixth longest running columnist in Forbes? 86 year history. Ken is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, a multi-product money management firm with over $35 billion under management. The firm serves both high net worth individuals and institutions across the US, UK, and Canada. Often published in professional and scholarly journals, his research has spawned a multitude of new fundamental concepts that are now adopted into today?s core financial curriculum. His recent research focuses on the emerging field where behavioral psychology and finance intersect. Ken is a regular in the media and has appeared in most major publications including The New York Times, the Financial Times, and many others. Table of Contents Preface Acknowlegments Foreword Introduction Chapter 1: The Dinosaurs Chapter 2: Journalists and Authors Chapter 3: Investment Bankers and Brokers Chapter 4: The Innovators Chapter 5: Bankers and Central Bankers Chapter 6: New Deal Reformers Chapter 7: Crooks, Scandals, and Scalawags Chapter 8: Technicians, Economists, and Other Costly Experts Chapter 9: Successful Speculators, Wheeler-Dealers, and Operators Chapter 10: Unsuccessful Speculators, Wheeler-Dealers, and Operators. Chapter 11: Miscellaneous, But Not Extraneous Conclusion Appendix Index