The future for investors : why the tried and true triumph over the bold and the new

The theory that shatters conventional wisdom in picking stocks and provides a framework for picking those that will be long term winners.

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Main Author: Siegel, Jeremy J.
Language:English
Edition:First edition.
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Summary:The theory that shatters conventional wisdom in picking stocks and provides a framework for picking those that will be long term winners.
Physical Description:xiv, 318 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-306) and index.
Published: New York : Crown Business, [2005]
ISBN:140008198X
9781400081981
Table of Contents:
  • Uncovering the growth trap
  • The growth trap
  • Creative destruction or destruction of the creative?
  • Triumph of the tried and true : finding corporate Eldorados
  • Growth is not return : the trap of investing in high growth sectors
  • Overvaluing the very new
  • The bubble trap : how to spot and avoid market euphoria
  • Investing in the newest of the new : initial public offerings
  • Capital pigs : technology as productivity creator and value destroyer
  • Productivity and profits : winning managements in losing industries
  • Sources of shareholder value
  • Show me the money : dividends, stock returns, and corporate governance
  • Reinvested dividends : the bear market protector and return accelerator
  • Earnings : the basic source of shareholder returns
  • The aging crisis and the coming shift in global economic power
  • Is the past prologue? : the past and future case for stocks
  • The future that cannot be changed : the coming age wave
  • Conquering the age wave : what policies will work and which won't
  • The global solution : the true new economy
  • Portfolio strategies
  • Global markets and the world portfolio
  • The D-I-V directives.