Winning the Loser's Game: Timeless Strategies for Successful Investing

By Charles D Ellis, Charles D Ellis

The go-to guide for serious investors seeking long-term success, Winning the Loser's Game explains clearly the all-important lessons learned over half a century working with the world's leading investment experts.

Called "Wall Street's wisest man" by Money magazine, Charles Ellis converts the expertise he has developed as a consultant to the world's largest pension, endowment and sovereign wealth funds and as a teacher at Harvard, Yale and Princeton into candid, pithy, easy to use chapters on how to succeed as an investor.

This final edition of this popular book--it has already sold over 500,000 copies--is packed with important up to the minute facts and insights into...
- Why indexing continues to out-perform "active" indexing.
- Why fees are much higher than most of us realize.
- How 401(k) plans can and should be modernized.
- Why understanding behavioral economics is so important for all investors.

With Winning the Loser's Game, you have anything you need to identify your unique investment objectives, develop a realistic and powerful investment program, and enjoy superior results.

In 2 - 3 hours of easy reading, you can have the same informed and candid advice that his clients gladly pay big fees to get from Charles Ellis. You'll also have fun.


NEWS & OPINION: WSJ's Five Best Rolls On

Posted May 8, 2006, 7:44 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
I continue to enjoy the Five Best feature in the Weekend Edition of the Wall Street Journal. A few weeks ago, they talked to their resident columnist Jonathan Clements about personal investing titles. He recommends the following: Money Masters of Our Time by John Train (HarperCollins, 2000) Capital Ideas by Peter Bernstein (Free Press, 1991) Winning the Loser's Game by Charles Ellis (McGraw-Hill, 2002) The Four Pillars Of Investing by William Bernstein (McGraw-Hill, 2002) Fooled by Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Thomson Texere, 2004) Read Clements' commentary on each of the books at the WSJ site. Read more


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Publisher McGraw-Hill Education
Publish date 04/03/2017
Pages 304
ISBN-13 9781259838040
ISBN-10 1259838048
Language English

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