Guide to Investment Strategy

How to understand markets, risk, rewards and behaviour

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By Peter Stanyer

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The 4th Edition of this benchmark book updated to help both professional and casual investor achieve their goals.

Supported by numerous charts and detailed analysis, The Economist Guide to Investment Strategy outlines how to construct investment strategies appropriate for individual investors.

It looks at the risks and opportunities of uncomplicated strategies and it comes with wealth-warnings for those who wish to explore more sophisticated and fashionable investment approaches. It emphasizes the importance of taking into account insights from behavioral analysis as well as the principles of traditional finance. It highlights how habitual patterns of decision-making can lead any of us into costly mistakes, and it stresses how markets are most dangerous when they appear to be most rewarding.

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On Sale
May 8, 2018
Page Count
384 pages
Publisher
The Economist
ISBN-13
9781610399807

Peter Stanyer

About the Author

Peter Stanyer is an independent investment economist, and advises a UK private wealth manager. He was previously chief investment officer of a US-based wealth management firm, a managing director at Merrill Lynch and investment director of the UK’s Railways Pension Fund. He has also worked as an economist for the Bank of England and the IMF, and when at Cambridge University he won the Adam Smith prize for economics.

Stephen Satchell is Economics Fellow at Trinity College Cambridge, and is a Professor at the University of Sydney. He is The Reader in Financial Econometrics (Emeritus) at Cambridge University, and is an Honorary Member of the Institute of Actuaries. He is an academic advisor to numerous financial institutions.

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