Contrarian Investing

Ned Davis - The Triumph of Contrarian Investing : Crowds, Manias, and Beating the Market by Going Against the Grain [Repost]

Ned Davis - The Triumph of Contrarian Investing : Crowds, Manias, and Beating the Market by Going Against the Grain
2003 | ISBN: 007143240X | English | 193 pages | PDF | 3.9 MB
Ned Davis, «The Triumph of Contrarian Investing» (repost)

Ned Davis, «The Triumph of Contrarian Investing: Crowds, Manias, and Beating the Market by Going Against the Grain»
Publisher: McGraw-Hill | 2004 | ISBN: 007143240X | English | PDF | 188 pages | 3.88 Mb

Contrarians say that, when it comes to investing, the crowd is wrong more often than it is right–and prove it with their 200-year history of success! …
Contrarian Investing (Hardcover) by Anthony M. Gallea

Contrarian Investing (Hardcover) by Anthony M. Gallea
268 pages | Publisher: Prentice Hall Pr | January 1998 | English | ISBN: 0735200009 | 1998 | 12mb | PDF

This book is a contrarian investor's ultimate guide. Written by a portfolio manager and business reporter who know their stuff, this is advice to take to heart. Whether a beginner or highly experienced investor, everyone can learn something valuable from this tremendous resource. It is also an excellent introduction to anyone interested in the concept of contrarian investing. All aspects are covered including a history of market manias, factors which drive the markets, an individual investor psychological evaluation and a series of formulas in order to calculate what stocks might be ideal contrarian plays. This book belongs on every investor's bookshelf, especially anyone seeking to make profits from "the crowd's" mistakes. It deserves 100 stars.

The Triumph of Contrarian Investing (Repost)  

Posted by DZ123 at May 17, 2014
The Triumph of Contrarian Investing (Repost)

Ned Davis, "The Triumph of Contrarian Investing: Crowds, Manias, and Beating the Market by Going Against the Grain"
English | 2003 | ISBN: 007143240X | PDF | pages: 193 | 3,6 mb

Contrarian Investing (repost)  

Posted by interes at Nov. 6, 2012
Contrarian Investing (repost)

Contrarian Investing
English | ISBN: 0735200009 | edition 1998 | PDF | 268 pages | 12 mb

The stock market may be the only exchange in which buyers rush in when prices are raised and stand back warily when prices are marked down. The few investors able to resist this herd psychology are called contrarians; they buy and sell when others won't. Anthony M. Gallea, a Senior Portfolio Management Director, and William Patalon III, a newspaper reporter, have written a guide for those who aim to join the contrarians' lonely ranks.
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Ned Davis, «The Triumph of Contrarian Investing : Crowds, Manias,
and Beating the Market by Going Against the Grain»
McGraw-Hill | ISBN 007143240X | November 4, 2003 | PDF | 3.5 Mb | 188 pages
David Dreman, "Contrarian Investment Strategies - The Classic Edition"

David Dreman, "Contrarian Investment Strategies - The Classic Edition"
Publisher: Simon & Schuster | 1998 | ISBN: 0684813505 | English | PDF | 464 pages | 20.93 Mb

David Dreman's name is synonymous with the term "contrarian investing," and his contrarian strategies have been proven winners year after year. His techniques have spawned countless imitators, most of whom pay lip service to the buzzword "contrarian," but few can match his performance. …
ValuFocus Investing: A Cash-Loving Contrarian Way to Invest in Stocks

ValuFocus Investing: A Cash-Loving Contrarian Way to Invest in Stocks by Rawley Thomas and William Mahoney
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1118250079 | 354 pages | PDF | 2,6 MB
The Uncommon Investor: a contrarian's guide to investing in the stock market

Benj Gallander, "The Uncommon Investor: a contrarian's guide to investing in the stock market"
Insomniac Press | 2000 | ISBN: 1895837332 | 229 pages | PDF | 10,1 MB

Investing with Anthony Bolton: The anatomy of a stock market winner  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Dec. 2, 2016
Investing with Anthony Bolton: The anatomy of a stock market winner

Investing with Anthony Bolton: The anatomy of a stock market winner by Anthony Bolton
English | Nov. 1, 2006 | ISBN: 1905641117 | 227 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Who is the most successful investment manager in Britain? Arguments could rage forever, but no professional would dispute that Anthony Bolton of Fidelity is among the very best. £1,000 invested in his Special Situations fund at its launch in 1979 was worth more than £125,000 twenty seven years later. No other mainstream UK fund manager has put together such a consistently impressive performance over such a long period.