Wednesday, April 30, 2014

I Am Reading : The Little Book Of Market Myths

The little book of market myths by Ken Fisher
There are lots of thing we can learn from the history, it is especially useful to smash any myth that we have in dealing in whatever venture we are into. One way to learn from history is through reading. Lucky for me, reading is one of my hobby.
Two days ago, I've borrowed an investment book from Library that titled "The Little Book Of Market Myths", the reason why I picked up the book are :
1. It is literally small (little) and hence easy to bring around.
2. The writing style is very layman and easy to understand for the newbies (author : Ken Fisher)
3. There are a total of 17 chapters to cater for 17 market myths, we can jump around the chapters (myths) without affecting the flow of reading. Some key myths to smash are :
Is Bonds Safer Than Stocks?
Is there a short cut in Asset Allocation?
Is the market more volatile now?
Is strong dollars equal strong stocks?
Is high unemployment kills stocks? and many more
The one that I am reading is 2013 edition, published by Wiley. If you are interested to check it out, see more details via AMAZON below :
The Little Book Of Market Myths by Ken Fisher
What is/are the investment book(s) are you reading now?

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