Counterintuitive Investing: Profiting from Bad News on Wall Street
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Counterintuitive Investing is a unique book which combines cutting-edge academic investment research with street-smart ideas to improve investment performance. The book's central thesis is supported by results from a major academic research project that reveals the substantial upside potential from a counterintuitive investment program. (Counterintuitive refers to doing th...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Thomson South-Western
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