Your cart

Close

Total AUD

Checkout

Imprint

  • Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Mastering The Market Cycle: Getting the odds on your side

Howard Marks

4 Reviews

Rated 0

Personal finance

Understand and take advantage of the fluctuations of markets and come out ahead by learning when and where to invest your money.

"Mastering the Market Cycle is a must-read" Ray Dalio

"When I see memos from Howard Marks in my mail, they're the first thing I open and read" Warren Buffett

Economies, companies and markets operate in accordance with patterns which are influenced by naturally occurring events combined with human psychology and behaviour. The wisest investors learn to appreciate these rhythms and identify the best opportunities to take actions which will transform their finances for the better. This insightful, practical guide to understanding and responding to cycles - by a world-leading investor - is your key to unlocking a better and more privileged appreciation of how to make the markets work for you and make your money multiply.

Read More Read Less

Praise for Mastering The Market Cycle: Getting the odds on your side

  • Howard Marks's Mastering the Market Cycle is a must-read, because the cycles covered in this book are important and because Howard is one of the investing greats of his generation.

  • I always say, 'There's no better teacher than history in determining the future.' Howard's book tells us how to learn from history . . . and thus get a better idea of what the future holds.

  • While most investment professionals take the standard out - that 'you can't time the market' - in Mastering the Market Cycle Howard Marks, a living investment legend, takes the contrarian point of view that not only can you time markets, but it's imperative that you do so.

  • Mastering the Market Cycle reveals how cycles not only coincide with, but also cause, financial market risk and opportunity. Written in plain English, Howard Marks's hard-earned wisdom will help readers tilt the odds in their favor.

Read More Read Less

Readers also viewed

Left
Right