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Where the Money Is: Supercharged Growth Opportunities for the 2000s (Wiley Audio)by Robert Froehlich
Synopses & Reviews
Markets go up; markets go down. Yet over the long haul, stocks still are better investments than bonds. If you're investing for retirement, your children's education, or simply for personal gain, the challenge is to become a long-term investor amid short-term market fluctuations. And the key to lasting success is identifying future trends today to maximize tomorrow's investment returns.
Dr. Bob Froehlich, Vice Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist of Scudder Investments and one of the most trusted advisors in the financial community, shares his vast knowledge of the global economic landscape to provide you with a practical guide to finding tomorrow's financial opportunities today. According to Froehlich, spotting broad economic themes allows you to identify sectors that are poised for growth in the next decade and beyond. In Where the Money Is, he identifies five dominant global trends that will shape the long-term direction of the financial markets:
* Demographic trends around the world
* The globalization of economies and markets
* The technology revolution and higher productivity
* The worldwide shift toward government downsizing and privatization
* Mergers and acquisitions and their effects on the size, shape, and form of companies
By identifying themes that will drive the market and the specific industries likely to benefit as well as providing tools such as Sectornomics(TM), a strategy of investing in sectors rather than individual companies, Where the Money Is gives investors every chance to conquer the uneven investment terrain. Froehlich gives you the vision to see what tomorrow will bring so that you can find where the money is today and where it will be in the future.
Eine umsichtige Analyse der speziellen Wirtschaftsindikatoren, die für positive Ergebnisse auf dem kurzfristigen Finanzmarkt von Bedeutung sind. Die langfristige Marktentwicklung und damit auch langfristige Gewinne, werden von der breiter gefassten Investmentthematik bestimmt, die nicht nur von den Marktstrukturen abhängt, sondern auch von der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Lage. Robert Froehlich hat hier die fünf wichtigsten Investmentthemen aufgegriffen, die den Markt im 21. Jahrhundert bestimmen.
Praise for Where the Money Is
"Understanding the fundamental principles of the stock market and the dynamics behind changes in corporate profitability can be the difference between rank speculation and reasoned investing. Where the Money Is is a helpful tool in that educational process."-Peter Lynch, Vice chairman, Fidelity Investments , Author, One Up on Wall Street
"Dr. Bob's Where the Money Is provides the most uplifting antidote to those who would tell us that the stock market doesn't deserve to rally. In fact, Bob has put together a bullish manifesto that can help you make money for years and years to come. It's a joyous, upbeat look at the world that will open your eyes to the opportunities out there. It's a terrific, terrific read."-James J. Cramer, Cofounder and Markets Commentator, TheStreet.com
"With 50 percent of Americans owning stocks or mutual funds, the need for investor education has never been greater. In Where the Money Is Bob Froehlich makes common sense of the often complicated world of investing. His examination of evolving trends, both domestically and globally, provide keen insights into what drives markets, while highlighting good opportunities for investment. A great read for the serious investor."-Mary Farrell, Investment Strategist, UBS/PaineWebber, Regular panelist, Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser
About the Author
DR. BOB FROEHLICH is Vice Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist of Scudder Investments. He is a member of the firm's Global Investment Policy Committee. As one of the highest profile investment professionals in the mutual fund industry, he appears regularly on CNBC's Squawk Box, CNNfn, and Fox News. His analyses and opinions are seen in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Barron's, among others. He received his PhD from California Western University and did his undergraduate work at the University of Dayton, where he serves on the Investment Committee for the Board of Trustees. Dr. Bob and his family reside in Chicago, Illinois.
Table of Contents
The Evolving Demographics Trends around the Globe.
The Globalization of Economies and Markets.
The Technology Revolution Is Creating the "I" (Information Age) Generation.
Government Downsizing and Privatization.
Corporate Restructuring, Mergers, and Acquisitions Go Global.
Sectornomics(TM)--Turning Trends into Strategies, Picking the Sector Winners.
The Principles of Investing in Long-Term Trends While Living in a Short-Term World.
BobSpeak(TM) — A Unique Glossary of Dr. Bob's Investment Terms and Opinions.
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