"Legendary..." -- Daily Telegraph "Legendary..." -- Observer "one of the most outstanding performers of recent years..." -- Scotsman on Sunday "the people's champion - and the professionals' choice..." -- Daily Mail "Britain's most feted...' -- Financial Times "best professional investor in Britain over the past couple of decades..." -- Guardian, July 2008 "...he turned GBP1,000 into a staggering GBP147,000 over 28 years" -- Daily Telegraph 2008 "He has laid down a performance track record that will take some beating" - www.thedailyreckoning.com "...has been the most consistently successful... of the last 30 years..." -- BBC News "...he's been the top of his trade since 1979..." - IndependentFrom the Publisher:
This authoritative and accessible investment classic promises rare insight into what it really takes to run money in a top-performing investment fund. Anthony Bolton, the UK's most successful stock market investor, tells the story of his contrarian approach to managing money. He provides invaluable lessons on the factors that really matter in picking a stock: the need to identify good managers, how to run a portfolio, the importance of value investing, reading charts and how to trade successfully. It's not easy to continually buy low and sell high. This book gives clear directions for doing well in the stock market, and doing well consistently. Investing Against the Tide shows you how to make the right decisions at the right time. Anthony Bolton is considered the UK's most successful stock market investor and fund manager. Over twenty five years he delivered a market-beating return of 20% in his Fidelity Special Situations Fund. How did he do it, and what can you learn from him? In Investing Against the Tide, Anthony Bolton tells the story of his contrarian approach to managing money. He provides invaluable lessons on the factors that really matter when investing: how to pick a stock, the need to identify good managers, how to run a portfolio, the importance of value investing, reading charts and how to trade successfully. In this account of financial accomplishment, Bolton reveals the secrets of his success. It's not easy constantly to buy low and sell high and this book gives clear directions for doing well in the stock market, and doing well consistently. Chapter by chapter Investing Against the Tide shows you how to make the right decisions at the right time and featured key lessons show you how you really can learn from a life running money. Investing Against the Tideis an authoritative guide for investment professionals, offering them a rare insight into what it really takes to run money in a top-performing fund, as well as providing amateur investors the chance to learn the stock-picking strategies from a leading money-manager. About the author Anthony Bolton left Cambridge University with a degree in engineering to begin a career in the City. He started as a graduate trainee working for Keyser Ullmann in 1971 before taking up a full time position as an assistant in their investment department. In 1976 he moved to Schlesingers where he became, for the first time, an investment manager. In 1979, aged 29, he was recruited by Fidelity, the international fund management group, as one of its first London-based investment managers, a move that proved to be the launch of a long and successful career. In surveys of professional investors, he is regularly voted the fund manager most respected by his peers. He retired from full-time investment management at the end of 2007, but continues to work at Fidelity as a mentor of the analysts and younger fund managers as well as being involved in overseeing Fidelity's investment process. His hobby is composing classical music. Anthony Bolton is married with three children and lives in West Sussex.
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Descripción FT Prentice Hall, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0273723766
Descripción FT Prentice Hall, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110273723766