Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors Market

Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors MarketThe Era Of Buying And Holding Stocks Is Gone And Will Not Return For Some Time Now Is The Time To Learn To Target Where The Market Is Going To Be, Not Where It Has Been, So You Can Invest Successfully Financial Expert John Mauldin Makes A Powerful, Almost Irrefutable Case Regarding The Future Direction Of The Markets He Then Details A New Approach To Investing That Will Allow You To Adjust To The New Reality Of Investing You Ll Consider Options Beyond Traditional Stock Portfolios As You Learn To Choose Between The Stable And Secure Investments That Will Enable You To Profit In Turbulent Markets Buy Your Copy Of This Must Read Investment Roadmap Today

John Mauldin is a renowned financial expert, a best selling author, and a pioneering online economic commentator His weekly e newsletter, Thoughts From The Frontline, was one of the first publications to provide investors with free, unbiased information Today, it is one of the most widely distributed investment newsletters in the world, translated into many languages He is also the President of

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  • Paperback
  • 426 pages
  • Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors Market
  • John Mauldin
  • English
  • 08 March 2019
  • 9780471716921

10 thoughts on “Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors Market

  1. says:

    A solid book on stock market cycles that complements authors such as Shiller, Graham and Hussman author of the Hussman Report and provides a good counter to bullish writers such as Jemery Siegel Stocks for the Long Run Includes great data and info graphics on investor performance and valuation cycles Convincingly argues against buy and hold index investing by showing that for 99% of investors it makes a big difference when they invest in the cycle as few people truly have an investment horizon of 30 years the minimum time required to iron out short term market fluctuations One disappointment was the chapter on individual value stock selection which was very weak especially given that the author doesn t invest in individual stocks Rather consult Ben Graham on the subject The last third of the book can also be skipped as it covers less relevant subjects such as how to choose a hedge fund assuming you have 1mm in assets Generally a great read and well worth the time investment.

  2. says:

    The first half of the book is ancient history now as it was written between the Dotcom bust and the Great Recession It is easy to skim through the section and confirm the belief that history does repeat itself The second half gets down to the premise of value investing There are a few chapters with the real meat of how to invest successfully versus the buy and hold mentality I recommend the book for those chapters and its value as a reference guide.

  3. says:

    I didn t agree with some of his recommendations hedge funds, using an advisor I also didn t really take away much from the book.That being said he seemed intelligent and certainly seemed to know much than I so it s hard to rate this accurately.

  4. says:

    I read this book about 2005 or so it really spoke to me regarding the abundance of enthusiasm and I have since followed Mauldin s e letters From the Frontline and out of the box and read the updates on my many plane rides Right now, he has done a 2 part revisit of this book how many analysts do you know that actual go back and discuss how well they predicted things 10 years ago Not surprisingly, he has been right on about 90% of the time We really are in a secular bear market This book is not for the daytrader This is for the long term investor that wants to understand what to expect with their 401K or other IRA type investments it s soberingand will convice you NOT to be sitting around waiting for your financial advisor to get you diversified

  5. says:

    Mauldin is an important thinker and provided foreshadowing insight on how to navigate the most difficult economic crisis in the past 75 years Written in 2004, Mauldin wrote, Future stock market returns are likely to be severely below those of recent decades and the expectations of investors Mauldin continues to provide relevant and timely insight to market participants Keep your eyes open for the Fourth Turning.

  6. says:

    Sweet book on the history of markets and some bold predictions for its time i say its time, but its actually not that long ago John Mauldin s very successful book if you read his excellent newsletters, you should pick this up

  7. says:

    Important read for any investor If I had only followed some of his advise about the coming bear secular market, I would not have lost so much money when the market cratered last fall.

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