The only three questions that count : investing by knowing what others don't / Kenneth L.Fisher

Author : Fisher, Kenneth L
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The only three questions that count : investing by...

Each of the first three chapters is dedicated to explaining one of the three questions. The first chapter debunks many "facts" about markets that are actually wholly or partially incorrect myths. Here are two examples: High P/E markets are riskier than low P/E markets (P/E stands for price-earnings ratio and is one of the most fundamental valuation metrics for stocks) and a weak U.S. dollar is bad for stocks

Publisher : New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons
Publish Year : 2009
Page : 448 p
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