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  • Author:
    Alfred L Malabre
  • ISBN:
    0385170475
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385170475
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    Doubleday; 1st edition (1982)
  • Pages:
    207 pages
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    Investing
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As he propounded in the more primer-like Understanding the Economy (1976), Wall Street Journal columnist Malabre believes that investment success depends largely on paying attention to the business cycle. Here, he details and documents his recommendations. Investors should especially watch three components of the Commerce Department's composite index of twelve leading indicators (published monthly in Business Conditions Digest and widely reported by the media): new building permits; stock market performance, as measured by the S&P 500; and the money supply, adjusted for inflation

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Particularly engrossing are Mr. Malabre's tales of how some highly paid investment advisers - and he is not shy about naming names - handled his personal funds poorly.

Investing for profit in the eighties: The business cycle system. Like many investors, large and small, he has also been on the receiving end of lousy investment advice on Wall Street and elsewhere. In his new book, Malabre explains convincingly why high-priced investment advisers shouldn't be followed blindly - that you are your own best investment counselor.

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Every business cycle is different in its own way, but certain patterns have tended to repeat themselves over time. Asset performance is driven by a confluence of various short-, intermediate-, and long-term factors.

The book was in excellent shape and the price was right. The text is dated but is still useful for today's situation

The book was in excellent shape and the price was right. The text is dated but is still useful for today's situation. I would recommend this book to people interested in the financial situation today. 3 people found this helpful.

Predicting major turning points in the business cycle remains a speculative affair if the expected change isn't .

Predicting major turning points in the business cycle remains a speculative affair if the expected change isn't conspicuous in the data. For all the progress in macroeconomics in reading and analyzing big-picture trends, the best you can expect is that we'll have a defacto confirmation of the onset of the next recession in the early stages of that event-not before it's started. For instance, in late-March 2008 I went on record in arguing that a new recession was unavoidable.

For years, Wall Street Journal editor Alfred Malabre, Jr. has advised his readers on the ups and downs of the business cycle. Like many investors, large and small, he has also been on the receiving end of lousy investment advice on Wall Street and elsewhere. In his new book, Malabre explains convincingly why high-priced investment advisers shouldn't be followed blindly - that you are your own best investment counselor. He reveals the tools of analysis that he has used to inform millions of his readers about where the economy now stands and where it's likely to go. More important, he provides a complete investment strategy geared first, last, and always to the business cycle.