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The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others…

by Ken Fisher

Other authors: Jennifer Chou (Contributor), James J. Cramer (Foreword), Lara Hoffmans (Contributor)

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This book is the most thoughtful and stimulating book I've read on the subject of investing. Startling truths are in here! It is also the most poorly edited I've read in a long time. It reads as if Fisher chatted into a dictaphone and someone just transcribed it. Way too chatty, and that made the read a challenge to pick out the nut from the shell.

Highly recommended if you actively manage your investments and even if you don't. You'll learn about the psychological factors in investing, about a lot of myths and why you should never trust a broker or asset manager. ( )
  KirkLowery | Mar 4, 2014 |
By far the smartest investment book ever written. Fisher has been listed on the Forbes' Richest Persons list and the son of the late, great Philip Fisher... No slouch in the market himself. Fisher shows why he is one of the greatest money managers of all time. Insightful about what he teaches and how he thinks about the world markets and the relationships between them all. Five Stars! ( )
  stockbookworm | Apr 1, 2007 |
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The Only Three Questions That Count is the first book to show you how to think about investing for yourself and develop innovative ways to understand and profit from the markets. The only way to consistently beat the markets is by knowing something others don’t know. This book will show you how to do just that by using three simple questions. You’ll see why CNBC’s Mad Money host and money manager James J. Cramer says, "I believe that reading his book may be the single best thing you could do this year to make yourself a better investor.

In The Only Three Questions That Count, Ken Fisher challenges the conventional wisdoms of investing, overturns glib theories with hard facts, and blows up complacent beliefs about money and the markets. Ultimately, he says, the key to successful investing is daring to challenge yourself and whatever you believe to be true. Packed with more than 100 visuals, usable tools, and a glossary, The Only Three Questions That Count is an entertaining and educational experience in the markets unlike any other, giving you an opportunity to reap the huge rewards that only the markets can offer.

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Presents an investment strategy that discounts conventional wisdom and offers a methodology that provides a lifelong basis for making better investment decisions.

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