The Investment Zoo: Taming the Bulls and the Bears Hardcover – Apr 26 2005
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About the Author
Stephen A. Jarislowsky has been called the conscience of the country’s financial community. He is a much sought-after commentator, and has sat on numerous boards of directors (including SNC-Lavalin, Canfor, Southam, Swiss Bank Corp., Velan, Abitibi and Goodfellow). He is the founder of Montreal-based investment management firm Jarislowsky Fraser, which today manages assets of over $47 billion.
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The idea of 50 stocks at the most is essential to portfolio building. He encourages the use of etfs. What more do you want ??
I could forgive the pretension if any actual financial advice on how to value stocks were included but sadly there is none. Just buy up them blue chips! I'm not discounting the historical success of his investment track record but the book is useless. He's basically saying you can have the cookie but not the recipe. Stick to the Intelligent Investor, Common Stocks Uncommon Profits and Security Analysis if you want an actual framework for business valuation.
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when i started reading this book i found it very boring and gave 1 star but when i started using his priciple i found it really works in stock market . Read morePublished on June 25 2012 by ad
Not a particularly compelling book. Like similar products, everything that needs to be said can be told in only a chapter or two, but you can't sell 40 page books. Read morePublished on July 10 2009 by D. Collard