Books Archive

Living On Borrowed Time

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A New Investment Classic

Most investment books aren't worth the paper they're written on.  Authors who have never experienced real investment success espouse the conventional wisdom: index funds, blue chips, buy and hold, etc... Every once in a while, however, ...
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The Loser’s Strategy

NOTE: Every week or two I wrote a Client Note for my clients. I post the notes to my blog but with a time delay usually between 1 day and 1 week. To receive the ...
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Thomas Woods Meltdown Is The Book To Read To Understand The Financial Crisis

September 30, 2009  ·  Category: Books, Macro Economics
Meltdown, despite a couple of minor flaws, is the best one-stop analysis of the recession available, which makes it the book to give anyone who wants to understand how government intervention caused this mess and ...
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The Atlasphere Publishes My Expanded Review Of “An American Hedge Fund”

November 7, 2007  ·  Category: Ayn Rand, Books, Top Gun Financial Planning
The Atlasphere, a site for fans of Ayn Rand, the author of Atlas Shrugged, has published my expanded review of An American Hedge Fund, by Tim Sykes: "The Odyssey of Star Stock Trader Tim Sykes".
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Book Review: “An American Hedge Fund” – The Story of Timothy Sykes Who Turned $12,000 in Bar Mitzvah Money Into $1.65 Million and Started a Hedge Fund Before Finishing College

July 31, 2007  ·  Category: Books
A few weeks ago I got an e-mail from Timothy Sykes offering me the opportunity to review an advance copy of his forthcoming An American Hedge Fund - due out October 1, 2007.  At first I ...
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