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Book Reviews


Book Review: Nothing but Net

This book provides 10 invaluable lessons that investors can use to pick tech stocks in years to come.

Book Review: Expectations Investing

This revised and updated edition offers an insightful framework for identifying gaps between price and value.

Book Review: Undiversified

The book is highly useful not only to women but also to other groups that are underrepresented in investment management.

Book Review: Asset Allocation and Private Markets

Even investors who operate exclusively in public markets can benefit from the book’s thoughtful and sometimes unconventional takes.

Book Review: Boom and Bust

This book is an achievement not only for its historical detail but also for supplying a unifying framework that can be applied to any future bubble event.

Book Review: The Caesars Palace Coup

Max Frumes and Sujeet Indap provide a fascinating inside account of the distressed debt markets, including the strategies, the colorful personalities, and the complex relationships.

Book Review: Beyond Diversification

The range of tools that Sébastien Page, CFA, sets out in this book can help investors make better decisions.

Book Review: 21st Century Investing

William Burckart and Steve Lydenberg, CFA, argue persuasively that systemic issues have important implications for future returns.

Book Review: Warren Buffett

This should not be a one-time read but rather a guide for the rest of one’s investing career.

Book Review: Algo Bots and the Law

Gregory Scopino provides a deeply detailed journey through the history of futures and derivative markets regulation.



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