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Bear Market Investing Strategies. Wiley Trading

  • ID: 2209698
  • Book
  • 188 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"The first investment book I ever read – in the late 1960s – was Harry Schultz′s Bear Markets. After watching the late 1990s lunacy and inevitable fallout, I feel every market student and investor should read a great book on bear markets and thus become wise through the printed word not later through painful disillusion. To the rescue at the right time again comes Harry′s new take on the subject, Bear Market Investing Strategies. Full of wisdom and practical advice, this book is an utter necessity for anyone who wants to learn how to make money in all market trends, not just rising ones." ––Robert R. Prechter, Jr., President, Elliott Wave International

"Harry Schultz probably has more bear market experience than anyone...and plenty of experience in pseudo–bull markets too. Now, he′s come up with a book that can be very important for investors at this awkward stage of the world economy and market. Buy the book...it could save you a lot of money." ––Bill Bonner, Daily Reckoning Newsletter and market analyst

"Harry is a worldwide respected guru and market analyst. A major character in my novel, The Moneychangers, was based on Harry. His new street–smart book is the right medicine for this market. From this long–time admirer, I hope his latest investment wisdom will find the large audience it deserves." ––Arthur Hailey

"Harry has come up with what people NEED most at this awkward stage of the world economy and markets. This book covers a variety of advices to help you make the right decisions. Who could ask for more?" ––Jim Sinclair, Ex–NY market marker, Chairman, Tan Range Resources

"Harry Schultz′s 1964 Bear Market book was a guiding light that helped me (at Rothschild Bank) to travel successfully through the long bear markets of the 1970s. This new book is coming out again at exactly the right time to protect investors in the extremely dangerous bear markets at hand, which look to become worse than the ′70s. Harry Schultz as accumulated another 40 years of invaluable experience since his first bear markets book. Having followed Harry Schultz for 38 years, I can only say this new book is worth a fortune." ––Ferdinand Lips, author, ex–Chairman Bank Lips, Zurich, Switzerland

"Harry Schultz is one of the most experienced and canny traders ever. The keys to his success: he really knows how to read price charts, and his healthy skepticism lets him see through market spin and fad theories, which abound, especially in late–stage super–cycle bull markets. As the latest of these generational upswings for stocks ended in 1999/2000, Harry′s new book could not be more timely for investors who wish to profit in a changed environment." ––David Fuller, Global Strategist, Stockcube Research Ltd. & writer of Fullermoney ([external URL]

"Harry′s understanding of global financial and political developments is second to none. His analysis of investment markets is brilliant and his common–sense insights on subjects from A to Z are unbeatable." ––Don McAlvany, The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor
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Part I: The Bear Background.


History of Bear Markets.

Part II: Economic Setting for Bear Markets.

Guideposts for Bear Markets.

Globalization, Terrorism, and Foreign Investment.

Part III: Structure of Bear Markets.

Secondary Reactions.

Bear Market Legs.

Part IV: Tools for Measuring Bear Markets.

Tools to Help You Recognize and Survive a Bear Market.

Tools that "Change Shape" in Bear Markets.

Cycles Study: A Useful Market Tool?

Chart Reading and Interpretation.

Part V: Money–Making Tactics.

Preservation of Capital during a Bear Market.

Short Selling 101.

Strategies for Making Money Even If You Guess Wrong.

Rules for Being a Flexible Investor.

Defensive Investments that Allow You to Sleep Nights.

Part VI: The Emotional Aspect.

Human Psychology in the Marketplace.

Contrary Opinion.

Part VII: Predictions and Conclusions.

The Past is Prologue.

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Harry D. Schultz
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