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No beating about the bush.
William J O’Neil is a legend of Wall Street who made a name for himself by devising a unique approach to picking stocks known as ‘CANSLIM’ and starting Investor’s Business Daily. Gil Morales and Dr Chris Kacher (Trade Like An O’Neil Disciple; Wiley Trading; pages: 365; $60) followed CANSLIM, got astounding returns and decided to put it all down in a book. They discovered that trading and investing...
Wide-eyed discovery of India
Indians have never been big on social history. The few attempts that have been made have invariably gone back to only one epoch—the Raj. So it is difficult to pass judgement on a book that deals with something less talked about; but, even there, it sticks to the familiar and explores it in the most predictable way possible.
Nayantara Pothen’s attempt to trace...
Why do investors make the same mistakes again and again?
Ken Fisher is a rare personality in money management. He is a billionaire (in the Forbes list), one of the longest-running columnists of the Forbes magazine, son of the famous value investor Philip Fisher, and the author of seven books (five of which have been reviewed in Moneylife). This, his eighth book, has an interesting thesis:...