As a game of economics, investing involves the basic principles of economics that help investors identify financial goals and constraints, and come up with the right asset and portfolio allocation. Mourdoukoutas outlines the rules for investing in irrational markets successfully.
Forward: A Personal Story Preface: Why Another Investment Book Introduction: Intelligence and Emotion in Investing Rule 1: Don't Pay Others to Lose your Money Rule 2: Have a Financial Plan Rule 3: Know which Assets to Buy and Sell Rule 4: Know which Stocks to Buy and Sell Rule 5: Stay Focused Rule 6: Turn off the Emotional Buttons Epilogue
Panos Mourdoukoutas is Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at Long Island University in Brookville, NY. He is a Forbes Columnist and author of several articles published in professional journals and magazines, including European Management Review, Management International Review, Barron's, The New York Times, Japan Times, Newsday, Plain Dealer, and Edge Singapore. He has also published several books, including The Economic Foundations of Intelligent Investing and Business Strategy in a Semiglobal Economy.
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