Today's stock market is not for the faint-hearted. At a time when high-frequency traders and hedge funds seem to have the upper hand, one might ask what the average investor is to do. Turn to the rock-solid advice in Burton G. Malkiel's best-selling guide to investing. A Random Walk Down Wall Street now features new material on exchange traded funds and investment opportunities in emerging markets as well as a brand-new chapter on "smart beta" funds. And as always, Malkiel's core insights-on stocks, bonds and money markets as well as property investment trusts and tangible assets-along with the book's life-cycle guide to investing, will restore confidence and composure to anyone seeking a calm route through today's financial markets.
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Ratings & Reviews
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A very good book
This book is a very good book. It covers almost all the aspects of long term stock investing. The book is writtem more on theory. This is contrast with books of Peter lynch where examples are plenty. This book retains its originality by emphasis on index investing. A very good book for a stock investor.
I have been closely watching the world economy & started investing seriously from past 2 years. This is a very good material for any investor and has to go through it at least once. This gives the overall picture of the primay and secondary markets and also talks about various investment strategies which can be very useful for people with intermediate level knowledge. This may not be a very good book if you compare it with Indian stock market as most of the examples in this book is taken eith...