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50 Investment&Management Books reviews and downloads

50 Investment&Management Books reviews and downloads

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The Way To Trade
John Piper puts forward some observations in his book The Way To Trade which go against the traditional trading beliefs. Infact, his approach is quite contrarian which will have you thinking about your approach to trading from a differentperspective.The astonishing calculations, one-of-a-kind investigations, proven experiments and countless surveys, are only a smallfraction of what's in store for anyone who reads The Way To Trade.John Piper covers a lot, however I think the best part of this book is how he rightfully downplays the role of trade triggeringtechniques. He demonstrates how there are many ways to trade and that the only thing that counts is the result.
Money Mastery - 10 Principles That Will Change Your Financial Life Forever
Based on a people-tested and time-tested system, this book gives you detailed strategies to show you how to master your money by budgetingeffectively, reducing debt, and investing wisely. It examines the reasons why we struggle with spending, borrowing, and saving, and how to getthese habits under control. The book is based on 10 step-by-step principles that build upon each other, culminating in an entire system that getsto the heart of: why we spend, and how to track and control spending; the factors that keep people perpetually in debt, and how you can eliminatedebt completely (including mortgage) in nine years or less; why you may not be saving as much as you'd like, and how you can velocitize yourmoney for future wealth. Also included is a section on tax reduction which dispels the myths surrounding taxation that keep people paying morethan the law actually requires.
Money for Life
Money for Life is a budgeting success novel that outlines the key principals and tools necessary to achieve budgeting success in our moderncashless society. Money for Life follows the fictional couple of Ryan and Christine Richardson who once enjoyed a solid relationship. They wereeducated, had a good income, and were focused on successfully raising a family. Like so many in their situation, they had allowed financial stressto erode their happiness. Finally, understanding the direction they were headed, Ryan and Christine decided to change their financial course byimplementing the principals and tools necesary to overcome the issues they face in a cashless society and achieve their personal financialobjectives.
The Essentials of Trading
While trading may seem as easy as "buy low and sell high," the reality is far different. Ever-changing market trends can make for turbulent tradingsessions, while lack of concentration can lead to costly mistakes.With nearly twenty years of trading and investing experience in a wide array of markets, author John Forman knows what it takes to succeed inthis arena, and with The Essentials of Trading, he shows you how.Written for those just beginning their journey through the world of trading, this straightforward and accessible guide provides a base of knowledgeand understanding from which you can develop trading methods, systems, and techniques that best suit your personality, situation, and financialobjectives. Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Essentials of Trading first takes you through the basics of placing a trade andunderstanding how markets work, and then progresses to the development of trading plans, the implementation of risk management, and thebuilding of trading systems. Along the way, the use of exercises and examples brings these and other topics to life.
The CEO and the Monk
The sublime union of temporal and spiritual power in the business world is celebrated in this earnest corporate hagiography. The titular monk isex-Catholic clergyman Moore, a "thoughtful, provocative, gentle and good-natured" man with "the interpersonal skills of a priest, the serenity of a monk, the unbiased attitude of a business neophyte and a stark absence of a personal agenda." Signing on to the human resources departmentof gas utility Brooklyn Union, Moore becomes a confessor to troubled colleagues and a spiritual advisor to CEO Catell. As the energy marketderegulates and Brooklyn Union metastasizes into energy conglomerate KeySpan through a series of traumatic mergers and acquisitions, Moorehelps the company "hold on to its soul" through a regimen of high-concept human resources initiatives in which employees meditate, createmurals, do improv comedy and vent their feelings, initiatives that are also supplemented by random acts of senseless beauty, like sendinganonymous floral bouquets to unsung workers. Nominally the company ombudsman, Moore displays a combination of sacramental andcommunity-building roles that makes him more like an archbishop; he likens one of his HR functions to a Catholic Mass, another to the LastSupper, and even presides, decked out in priestly vestments, over a "funeral" for Brooklyn Union. Employees roll their eyes at first, but Moore isstoutly supported by Catell, a "messianic CEO" whose "salvific task" Moore compares to that of Moses himself. In the book’s trinitarian chapterstructure, business journalist Rifkin (Radical Marketing) offers third-person narrative sections praising the character and good works of the twoKeySpan executives, followed by first-person sections in which Moore and Catell praise each other (and themselves.) The result is a fairlywell-written devotional tract that will inspire far more than it enlightens.
The Global Money Markets - Fabozzi Frank
The Global Money Markets is the ultimate and most comprehensive guide to the world's money markets and the products that make up this vitalelement of the global economy. Written in a clear, accessible style, and including the most up-to-date information, this book is a great resource

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