Global Investing: A Guide for New Zealanders
From his wide-ranging practical experience as a business operator, investment analyst and writer, John Ryder explains how the 2007-09 Global Financial Crisis occurred and how meltdowns like this should be handled by investors. He also outlines techniques to invest in global opportunities, including how to profit from share markets, currencies, commodities, real estate and private equity and how to compensate for the psychological makeup of investors, that instinctively makes them invest the wrong way. The book outlines business cycles and how they can be harnessed to provide appropriate entry and exit strategies as well as twenty-three valuable trading strategies and tools. An analysis of the practices of some of the world's best-ever inspirational traders, investors and entrepreneurs and how they made their fortunes concludes the book.