Titolo: Market Panic: Wild Gyrations, Risks and ...
Casa editrice: Wiley
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice inventario libreria 9780470824726-3
Riassunto: Many investors were lulled into complacency by the stock market bull run stretching from 2003 to 2007. Now that the markets have moved into extreme bear territory investors are wondering what to do and whether it is still the case that equities have delivered the best returns among all investment classes. In this incisive study Stephen Vines shows how stock markets operate in good times and bad and provides timely advice on how to benefit from the regular cycle of market panic and market boom. He provides some unusual answers to questions regularly asked by investors and shows why panics offer unique opportunities. Long held assumptions about the benefits of investment diversification are challenged and new ways of understanding the panic cycle are offered. Interviews with market professionals directly involved in handling some major stock crises provide a compelling insider?s account of what actually happens when panics break out. This book also looks at ways in which stock markets are becoming more detached from the companies and economies they are supposed to represent and shows how this is building a new and more dangerous form of instability into the market system. This is a truly comprehensive study examining all aspects of the stock market panic phenomenon. Presented in readable, jargon-free form this book will be of interest to anyone who invests in stock markets and is interested in preserving their wealth.
Dal risvolto interno: The market panic of 2008 ranks alongside the great panic of 1929 and 1987. In this fully updated and revised edition, Stephen Vines shows why some of the distress experienced by investors may be misplaced. Many fail to understand that the greatest opportunities in stock markets come at times when investors desert them in droves. Offering new and unique insights into the crash of 2008, Market Panic explains how it came about and how panics can be predicted.
Trawling through the history of stock market panics it becomes possible to identify patterns of behavior5 which are key to understanding how markets really work. In so doing the author demolishes many long held myths about market movements and shows how investors are likely to make maximum gains.
The crash of 2008 may have surprised many people but armed with this book it becomes possible to recognize the danger signals that precede market crashes. More importantly, it shows how stock markets operate in good times and bad so that investors can benefit from the regular cycle of market panic and market boom.
This is truly comprehensive study examining all aspects of the stock market panic phenomenon. Presented in readable, jargon-free form, Market Panic will be of interest to anyone who invests in stock markets and is seriously interested in preserving their wealth.
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