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Everyman and His Common Stocks: A Study of Long-term Investment Policy - The Original 1931 Edition (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 abr 2000


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In the darkest days of America's Great Depression, Laurence H. Sloan's Everyman and His Common Stocks arrived as a beacon of hope and sanity. Sloan's reassuring words -- calling for patience and attention to fundamentals remind readers that long-term stock investing is the surest route to low-risk wealth.This rare classic is a cautionary tale for all investors to take measured risks as they remain mindful of the realities of investing. Sloan's analysis of the Crash of 1929 provides timeless insights into the stock market -- and gives readers the clues they need to spot the next crisis. Everyman and His Common Stocks will be a treasured addition to the library of any investor.

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HASH(0x9f2b55a0) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Recession Relevant 2002 9 de febrero de 2002
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To quote Janet Lowe's description of Graham's "Intelligent Investor" "This book was written for the people on Main Street rather than those on Wall Street". Laurence Sloan's insight into the future is astounding. He makes assumptions based on sound economic theory in the midst of the Great Depression and most of what he predicts actually comes true. I read it in 3 sittings and it was a refreshing change from the dry financial titles that I have read recently. Short on algebra, long on theory but a worthwhile read.