CNBC's Fast Money commentator Steve Cortes shows how to buck the trend and become a well-informed investor.
The public needs to think independently and not be duped, particularly because those who are selling their messages or promoting their ideas have a plethora of powerful media through which to do so. Against the Herd presents six contrarian views of major events that will shape the future. Steve Cortes of CNBC pulls no punches in explaining these trends.
Many will find his views counterintuitive and even controversial. Some will find his forecasts alarming. But open-minded readers who are willing to heed his well-informed advice will find it illuminating, beneficial, and profitable.
Steve Cortes presents six contrarian views of major events that will shape the future for investors including the fall of China and the end of the golden era of free trade
The contrarian stances are presented because they are actionable
Reveals how these events will affect global markets and specific investments, and how and when to take advantage of these key moves
Against the Herd shows you how to profit by bucking conventional wisdom and what to do to get ready when situations call for contrarian investing.
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Written in 2011, but prescient on many levels
- Phil O.
Sounds like this guy wrote this book while watching television and labeled his points with the thesis of the movies
Too fast and just didnt seem to fit with the context
Its seems that if a person has been in this industry as long as he claims he would be able to provide more useful information.
Gold Bubble? “REALLY” Gold has been going vertical since the year 2000 and has had a +14% increase from it yearly average price since then.
Dont buy stocks? “REALLY” The Dow has returned +30% since 2000
I am sure you will never get that from your beloved bonds
Many other examples but wow I wonder what this guys portfolio looks like!
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