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Axiomas de Zurique, Os [Max Gunther] on Neste livro, o autor apresenta as regras e princípios infalíveis que esses banqueiros estabeleceram . Compre o livro The Zurich Axioms: The Rules of Risk and Reward Used by Os axiomas de Zurique . Antes de começar a investir em ações leia este livro. Listen to a free sample or buy Os axiomas de Zurique [The Axioms of Zurich] ( Unabridged) by Max Gunther on iTunes on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac .

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To make any gains in life something — money, time, love etc. Detalhes do produto Capa comum: It is a good read, some important practical things to keep zuriwue mind while speculating are written. Most of them go against the conventional wisdom. Visualizar ou modificar seus pedidos em sua conta.

It is the investment philosophy of a former group of Swiss bankers. Its a very engaging writing style and full of lessons – axioms – for how to grow wealth and uzrique blah.

The Eleventh Major Axiom: He was the author of 26 books, including his investment best-seller, The Zurich Axioms. I was able to learn some alternative ways of looking at libro financial world. Max Gunther was an Anglo-American journalist and writer. No estilo de ‘O Lobo de Wall Street’.

The book came about when Max Gunter one time, when being advised by his father to make an investment, asked him what the basis was for the zjrique, what Frank Henry and his Swiss acquaintances actually based their decisions on.

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The Zurich Axioms by Max Gunther

Even if you do read it, expect to make many mistakes. To ask other readers questions about The Zurich Axiomsplease sign up. Uma caricatura de especulador agressivo. You bet I will read it axiomax. Good book, thumbs up. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

The Zurich Axioms is a charming short and lively book with a pedigree that it is very easy to feel sympathetic about. I suggest you read the chapters axioms that sound interesting to you. Para ser sincero eu esperava mais.

Army in and was a staff member of Business Week from to The Second Major Axiom: A book to read and occasionally re-read and find new meanings and lessons. Feb 17, Manan rated it really liked it. The Ninth Major Axiom: When the zkrique mixes the two, investment is like gamble.

This is a relatively basic book that tends to disprove or caution the against financial cliche’s and being lulled into false security or axuomas investments. The book gives you clarity on what to expect and how to go about it. Want to Read Currently Dr Read. The axioms advocate taking large stakes in a few meaningful opportunities at the time, to set targets for when to take profit and to immediately get out if a position is turning sour — and never try to average down or get in again on a loosing position.

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At the start, the book argues there is no difference in investment and speculation and gamble which I have to fundamentally disagree. The Fourth Major Axiom: After the reader is convinced about unpredictability of the market with ever present danger of losing all investment money he is left with no counterpoint.

Os axiomas de Zurique [The Axioms of Zurich] (Unabridged)

It is more like a 4. Zuruque title of my review is pretty extreme. If you are not worried, you are not risking enough. Lists with This Book. Gunther graduated from Princeton University in and served in the United States Army from to Overall, the philosophy of Frank Henry and his fellow Swiss bankers is based on trading psychology that much later formed parts of what is today know as behavioral finance.

Recommended for both new and experienced investors alike. For example, have you ever exhaustively researched a zuriqke and built up the courage to buy a few shares, only to be blindsided by a surprise earnings shortfall and immediately lose a ton of money?