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These are the main topics of A random walk down wall street Book

  • Firm foundations and castles in the air
  • What Is a Random Walk?
  • Investing as a Way of Life Today
  • Investing in Theory
  • The Firm-Foundation Theory
  • The Castle-in-the-Air Theory
  • How the Random Walk Is to Be Conducted
  •  The madness of Crowds
  • The Tulip-Bulb Craze
  • The South Sea Bubble
  • Wall Street Lays an Egg
  • An Afterword
  • Speculative Bubbles From the sixties into the Nineties
  • The Sanity of Institutions”
  • The Soaring Sixties
  • The New “New Era”: The Growth-Stock/New-Issue Craze
  • Synergy Generates Energy: The Conglomerate Boom
  • Performance Comes to the Market: The Bubble in Concept Stocks
  • The Nifty Fifty
  • The Roaring Eighties
  • The Return of New Issues
  • ZZZZ Best Bubble of All
  • What Does It All Mean?
  • The Japanese Yen for Land and Stocks
  •  The explosive Bubbles of the early 2000s
  • The Internet Bubble
  • A Broad-Scale High-Tech Bubble
  • Yet Another New-Issue Craze
  • TheGlobe.com
  • Security Analysts $peak Up
  • New Valuation Metrics
  • The Writes of the Media
  • Fraud Slithers In and Strangles the Market
  • Should We Have Known the Dangers?
  • The U.S. Housing Bubble and Crash of the Early 2000s
  • The New System of Banking
  • Looser Lending Standards
  • The Housing Bubble
  • Bubbles and Economic Activity
  • Does This Mean That Markets Are Inefficient?
  • The Bubble in Cryptocurrencies
  • Bitcoin and Blockchain”
  • Is Bitcoin Real Money?
  • Should the Bitcoin Phenomenon Be Called a Bubble?
  • What Can Make the Bitcoin Bubble Deflate?
  • How The pros play The Biggest Game in town 
  •  Technical and fundamental analysis
  • Technical versus Fundamental Analysis
  • What Can Charts Tell You?
  • The Rationale for the Charting Method
  • Why Might Charting Fail to Work?
  • From Chartist to Technician
  • The Technique of Fundamental Analysis
  • Three Important Caveats
  • Why Might Fundamental Analysis Fail to Work?
  • Using Fundamental and Technical Analysis Together
  •  Technical analysis and the Random walk Theory
  • Holes in Their Shoes and Ambiguity in Their Forecasts
  • Is There Momentum in the Stock Market?
  • Just What Exactly Is a Random Walk?
  • Some More Elaborate Technical Systems
  • The Filter System
  • The Dow Theory
  • The Relative-Strength System
  • Price-Volume Systems
  • Reading Chart Patterns
  • Randomness Is Hard to Accept
  • A Gaggle of Other Technical Theories to Help You Lose Money
  • The Hemline Indicator
  • The Super Bowl Indicator
  • The Odd-Lot Theory
  • Dogs of the Dow
  • January Effect
  • A Few More Systems
  • Technical Market Gurus
  • Appraising the Counterattack
  • Implications for Investors
  •  How good is Fundamental analysis The efficient Market Hypothesis
  • The Views from Wall Street and Academia
  • Are our Security Analysts Fundamentally Clairvoyant?
  • Why the Crystal Ball Is Clouded
  • The Influence of Random Events
  • The Production of Dubious Reported Earnings through “Creative” Accounting Procedures
  • Errors Made by the Analysts Themselves
  • The Loss of the Best Analysts to the Sales Desk, to Portfolio Management, or to Hedge Funds
  • The Conflicts of Interest between Research and Investment Banking Departments
  • Do Security Analysts Pick Winners? The performance of the Mutual Funds
  • The Semi-Strong and Strong Forms of the Efficient-Market Hypothesis (EMH)”
  • A New walking shoe modern Portfolio Theory 
  • The Role of Risk
  • Defining Risk: The Dispersion of Returns
  • Illustration: Expected Return and Variance Measures of Reward and Risk
  • Documenting Risk: A Long-Run Study
  • Reducing Risk: Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT)
  • Diversification in Practice
  •  Reaping Reward By increasing Risk 
  • Beta and Systematic Risk
  • The Capital-Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
  • Let’s Look at the Record
  • An Appraisal of the Evidence
  • The Quant Quest for Better Measures of Risk: Arbitrage Pricing Theory
  • The Fama-French Three-Factor Model
  • A Summing Up
  •  Behavioural Finance 
  • The Irrational Behavior of Individual Investors
  • Overconfidence
  • Biased Judgments
  • Herding
  • Loss Aversion
  • Pride and Regret”
  • Behavioral Finance and Savings
  • The Limits to Arbitrage
  • What Are the Lessons for Investors from Behavioral Finance?
  •  Avoid Herd Behavior
  •  Avoid Overtrading
  •  If You Do Trade: Sell Losers, Not Winners
  • Other Stupid Investor Tricks
  • Does Behavioral Finance Teach Ways to Beat the Market?
  •  New Methods of Portfolio Construction smart Beta and Risk parity
  • What is “Smart Beta”?
  • Four Tasty Flavors: Their Pros and Cons
  •  Value Wins
  • Smaller Is Better
  •  There is Some Momentum in the Stock Market
  • Low-Beta Stocks Return as Much as High-Beta Stocks
  • What Could Go Wrong?
  • Blended Factor Strategies
  • Blended Funds in Practice
  • Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA)
  • Research Affiliates Fundamental Index™ (RAFI)
  • Goldman Sachs Active Beta ETF
  • Equally-Weighted Portfolios
  • Implications for Investors
  • Risk Parity
  • The Risk-Parity Technique
  • Safe Bonds May Also Provide Opportunities to Employ Risk-Parity Techniques
  • Parity Techniques
  • Risk Parity versus the Traditional 60/40 Portfolio
  • Dalio’s All Weather Fund
  • What Could Go Wrong?
  • Concluding Comments
  • A practical Guide For Random Walkers and other Investors
  •  A fitness Manual For walkers and other Investors 
  •  Gather the Necessary Supplies
  • Don’t Be Caught Empty-Handed: Cover Yourself with Cash Reserves and Insurance
  • Cash Reserves
  • Insurance
  • Deferred Variable Annuities
  • Exercise 3: Be Competitive—Let the Yield on Your Cash Reserve Keep Pace with Inflation
  • Money-Market Mutual Funds (Money Funds)
  • Bank Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
  • Internet Banks
  • Treasury Bills
  • Tax-Exempt Money-Market Funds
  • Exercise 4: Learn How to Dodge the Tax Collector
  • Individual Retirement Accounts
  • Roth IRAs
  • Pension Plans
  • Saving for College: As Easy as 529
  • Risk Parity versus the Traditional 60/40 Portfolio
  • Dalio’s All Weather Fund
  • What Could Go Wrong?
  •  A practical guide for random walkers and other investors 
  • A fitness manual for random walkers and other investors.
  • Gather the Necessary Supplies
  •  Don’t Be Caught Empty-Handed: Cover Yourself with Cash Reserves and Insurance
  • Cash Reserves
  • Insurance
  • Deferred Variable Annuities
  • Exercise 3: Be Competitive—Let the Yield on Your Cash Reserve Keep Pace with Inflation
  • Money-Market Mutual Funds (Money Funds)
  • Bank Certificates of Deposit (CDs)
  • Internet Banks
  • Treasury Bills
  • Tax-Exempt Money-Market Funds
  • Learn How to Dodge the Tax Collector
  • Individual Retirement Accounts
  • Roth IRAs
  • Pension Plans
  • Saving for College: As Easy as 529
  • Pension Plans
  • Saving for College: As Easy as 529
  •  Make Sure the Shoe Fits: Understand Your Investment Objectives
  • Begin Your Walk at Your Own Home—Renting Leads to Flabby Investment Muscles
  •  How to Investigate a Promenade through Bond Country
  • Zero-Coupon Bonds Can Be Useful to Fund Future Liabilities
  • No-Load Bond Funds Can Be Appropriate Vehicles for Individual Investors
  • Tax-Exempt Bonds Are Useful for High-Bracket Investors
  • Hot TIPS: Inflation-Protected Bonds
  • Should You Be a Bond-Market Junkie?
  • Foreign Bonds
  • Use Bond Substitutes for Part of the Aggregate Bond Portfolio during Eras of Financial Repression
  • Tiptoe through the Fields of Gold, Collectibles, and Other Investments
  • Remember That Investment Costs Are Not Random; Some Are Lower Than Others
  •  Avoid Sinkholes and Stumbling Blocks: Diversify Your Investment Steps
  • A Final Checkup
  • Handicapping the financial Race: A Primer In  Understanding and Projecting  Returns from stock and bonds.
  • What Determines the Returns from Stocks and Bonds?
  • Four Historical Eras of Financial Market Returns
  •  The Age of Comfort
  • The Age of Angst
  • The Age of Exuberance”
  •  The Age of Disenchantment
  • The Markets from 2009 to 2018
  • Handicapping Future Returns
  • A life cycle guide to Investing
  • Five Asset-Allocation Principles
  •  Risk and Reward Are Related
  • Your Actual Risk in Stock and Bond Investing Depends on the Length of Time You Hold Your Investment
  •  Dollar-Cost Averaging Can Reduce the Risks of Investing in Stocks and Bonds
  •  Rebalancing Can Reduce Investment Risk and Possibly Increase Returns
  •  Distinguishing between Your Attitude toward and Your Capacity for Risk
  • Three Guidelines to Tailoring a Life-Cycle Investment Plan
  • Specific Needs Require Dedicated Specific Assets
  • Recognize Your Tolerance for Risk
  •  Persistent Saving in Regular Amounts, No Matter How Small, Pays Off
  • The Life-Cycle Investment Guide
  • Life-Cycle Funds
  • Investment Management Once You Have Retired
  • Inadequate Preparation for Retirement
  • Investing a Retirement Nest Egg
  • Annuities
  • The Do-It-Yourself Method
  • The No-Brainer Step: Investing in Index Funds
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