- Tapa dura: 318 páginas
- Editor: CROWN PUB INC (1 de marzo de 2005)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 140008198X
- ISBN-13: 978-1400081981
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The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 mar 2005
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"Jeremy Siegel has done us a great service with his superb work. While no one can predict the future of stocks with certainty, Siegel's analysis marks the verdict of history: the triumph of the shareholder over the shareflipper, the investor over the speculator, the builder over the gambler. Strong conclusions, good writing, and a refreshing message make this a compelling and important book to read." --Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and co-author of Built to Last"Jeremy Siegel's lively new book is much more than a typical Siegelian guide to asset allocation. It is a masterful, provocative, fact-stuffed, commonsense, and creative guide to profitable stock-picking strategies. Even the most cynical and experienced investors will gain from reading Siegel's latest contribution to their well-being." --Peter L. Bernstein, author of Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk "Jeremy Siegel is a wise man and an astute observer of the ever-changing investment universe. The Future for Investors is essential for the professional and serious amateur investor to navigate the new era." --Barton M. Biggs, managing partner, Traxis Partners "The professor who taught America to love stocks in the 1990s is as optimistic as ever. But he's added a new twist to his theory: Get dividends." --Money magazine, December 2004 "Siegel thinks about the future in a unique and original way, with insightful thoughts about the broad sweep of history as well as hard-headed investment analysis." --Robert Shiller, author of Irrational Exuberance and The New Financial Order "The 'Wizard of Wharton' weighs in on the markets ahead. . . . Deeply committed to understanding the macro-financial sector and its constant change has made him an outstanding teacher for [those] who hunger for his brand of forward-looking economics as they apply to the markets." --Stocks, Futures & Options magazine, September 2004
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A leading investing expert transforms conventional market wisdom to present a practical and innovative new approach for investors to achieve financial success, explaining why investors are better off putting their money into old, reliable companies and assessing the impact of the aging crisis and the shift in global economic power to the emerging markets of Asia. 75,000 first printing.Ver Descripción del producto
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Dr. Siegel's exhaustive study affirms the intuitions of the so-called "value" investors - that stocks of quality companies trading at low price-multiples will outperform the glamorous growth stocks over a long enough period of time. When dividends are consistently reinvested at low valuations, the case becomes even more compelling. The book tracked the permutations of the companies that composed the original S&P 500 in 1957 and by 2005 the results in their stocks were absolutely mind-boggling. Despite underperforming stocks in fast growing industries at any one time, the stocks of cigarette makers, food companies and oil and gas giants handily outperfmored in the long run. Thus, Siegel concludes the triumph of the "tried and true over the bold and the new."
The last part of the book deals with the future for investors; namely, what will happen to market valuations during the liquidation of the Baby Boomers' portfolios. To this, Dr. Siegel suggests that trading US assets for goods produced in foreign countries will provide retirees with lower costs in retirement and better standards of living.
Of course, this book was written only a few years before the Financial Crisis, which altered the course of retirement for many in the Baby Boomer generation. Nevertheless, Dr. Siegel's work provides a framework, if not a precise roadmap, for investors with a long time horizon. By implementing a strategy of building a diversified portfolio of issues in quality, dividend-paying companies, and reinvesting those dividends through thick and thin, the future for investors may be as profitable as in the past.
For the retail investor, only a few proven, as well as legal, approaches to the markets actually work consistently over time, yet hundreds of approaches have been touted that don't work and more emerge almost daily, This book delineates an approach (stocks, valuation, dividends, diversification, total return) that has stood the test of time, place, and circumstance, backed by actual historical data and unique insights, all presented in lucid prose. The book also describes the coming age wave, its consequences for investors and a plausible global solution.
Investors who have traveled down many blind investment alleys, and paid the inevitable prices, will especially appreciate the significance and value of this work. But, it isn't a complete game plan because no person could implement such a decades long approach and stay the course during severe bear markets such as those as recent as 00-01 and 08, both of which were caused by flawed government market interventions and a new one is being brewed by the same misguided politicians now.
A few politicians appreciate the value and wisdom of free markets, but there are many more who view business as targets to exploit and, unburdened by humility or wisdom, distort an economy with bad policies which make successful investing so challenging.