“Loeb tells us to put all our eggs in one basket, and watch the basket.”
—John RothchildFinancial Columnist, Time journal
“This book is very special in my life. It is the very first Wall Street book I ever read. After reading 1,200 additional finance books, The Battle for Investment Survival’s principles and concepts are still valid for consistent success.”
—Victor Sperandeo Author of Trader Vic on Commodities
In The Battle for Investment Survival, the turf is Wall Street, the aim is to protect your capital in any respect prices, and to win is to “make a killing without being killed.” This memorable traditional, initially written in 1935, affords a recent perspective on investing from occasions previous. The Battle for Investment Survival treats buyers to a simple account of tips on how to revenue—and tips on how to keep away from revenue loss—in what Loeb would describe because the fixed tug-of-war between rising and falling markets.
John Wiley Sons