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A riveting narration in luminous prose of economic policymaking during the two world wars
John Maynard Keynes desperately wanted to join the government (UK Treasury) and influence policies. Since London was at the centre of the universe in the early 1900s, this meant an ability to influence world monetary policies. In August 1906, Keynes appeared for the British Civil Service examination,...
Old ideas in a new book on how to improve decision-making
The last chapter of this book is titled “Sorting Luck from Skill”. To explain it, the author could not have found a better example than William H Miller, fund manager of Legg Mason’s Value Trust Fund. The Fund outperformed the S&P 500 every year from 1991 to 2005, an achievement no other fund manager had matched.
And then came...
How to discover and profit from small-cap stocks
Wouldn’t it be great if you could catch the next Infosys, Reliance or HDFC at bargain prices before anyone on Dalal Street gets even the faintest hint of such potential? Ian Wyatt’s book is aimed at precisely this—guiding you in your quest to profit from small-cap stock investments.
Through his own experiences and examples of known...