This authoritative book out of Harvard University draws on insights and ideas from top experts including contributors from both the investment and psychology fields. The book covers the psychological implications of risk, crowd psychology, gender differences in investing, and more.If thata#39;s not enough, you can now send your nine-year-old to stock market camp at the Ritz Carlton in Palm Beach; the campers are ... moving Coca-Cola to $225 a share by 2005, rise in the Gap to $200, Microsoft to $1, 200 a share, and Nike to $750. ... And while none of these new market gurus believe that one needs to look back at history in assessing the marketa#39;s future, I 168 The Psychology of Investing.
|Title||:||The Psychology of Investing|
|Author||:||Lawrence E. Lifson, Richard A. Geist|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1999-03-25|