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Book Reviews


Book Review: The Technological Revolution in Financial Services

The book provides a roadmap on how the financial industry will evolve in response to three structural forces.

Book Review: Valuation

The authors set out the core principles of valuation and offer a guide to measuring a company's value.

Book Review: Machine Learning for Asset Managers

This short work will help readers appreciate the potential power of machine learning techniques.

Book Review: Fed Watching for Fun and Profit

Edward Yardeni's Fed Watching for Fun & Profit is a crash course in monetary policy actions, financial markets, and the economy in general.

Book Review: Too Smart for Our Own Good

Too Smart for Our Own Good’s core thesis should be taken to heart not only by investment professionals but by all investors.

Book Review: Advances in Retirement Investing

This is an essential source for cohesive retirement investment strategies based on the accumulation and decumulation of wealth, viewed as a continuum.

Book Review: Active Investing in the Age of Disruption

Evan L. Jones’s vantage point as a manager of managers brings invaluable insight to the most vital issues facing investment professionals.

Book Review: Seeking Virtue in Finance

J.C. de Swaan has produced a field manual for those fearing for their virtue in the moral minefield that is modern finance.

Book Review: Financial Markets and Institutions

Rigorous, up-to-date, and practical, this textbook can help investors navigate the complex territory of European regulation.

Book Review: The Joys of Compounding

The Joys of Compounding offers new opportunities to learn and re-learn critical lessons that will make us better investors and individuals.