Электронная книга: Robert Stein «The Bull Inside the Bear. Finding New Investment Opportunities in Today's Fast-Changing Financial Markets»

The Bull Inside the Bear. Finding New Investment Opportunities in Today's Fast-Changing Financial Markets

The meltdown in the credit markets, the decline in housing prices, and the turmoil in the stock market has rocked the world of the everyday investor. The idea that home ownership and the stock market are the best long-term investments suddenly has been thrown into question. Bearish investment experts are touting historical research that suggests both real estate values and the stock market could stagnate for years to come, thus imperiling the retirement planning of millions of Americans. In The Bull Inside the Bear, investment manager and former Federal Reserve economist Rob Stein argues that the economy is entering uncharted water and investors need to actively manager their portfolios to take advantage of new opportunities and avoid risky sectors. No longer can investors simply rely on a«buy and hold» strategy. The key will be to stay nimble and be ready to increase stock holdings if the economy recovers strongly and be ready to substantially reduce stock holdings if the current problems continue to weigh down economic performance. Moreover, investors must be open to weighting their portfolios in favor of hot sectors depending on economic and financial market performance. Stein argues that it will take several years for the credit markets to stabilize following the crash of the Greenspan-driven credit expansion, which will make investing far more volatile and unpredictablethan previously. But by adroitly moving in and out of exchange-traded funds, individual investors will be able to prosper in this new and challenging investment environment.

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ISBN: 9780470473658

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Robert Stein

" For the photographer, see Robert B. Stein"

Robert Stein (born April 20, 1946) founded The Voyager Company, the first commercial CD-ROM publisher, and The Criterion Collection a collection of definitive films on digital media with in-depth background information (including the first films with recorded audio commentary).

Born and raised in New York City, Stein attended Columbia University, majoring in psychology. Later, he earned a master's degree in education from Harvard University.

Stein then worked with Alan Kay at the Atari Research Group on various electronic publishing projects.

After Voyager, Stein founded Night Kitchen to develop authoring tools for experimental electronic publishing, primarily TK3.

Stein is the director for the Institute for the Future of the Book. According to Stein: "The Institute has two principal activities. One is building high-end tools for making complex electronic documents (part of the Mellon Foundation's higher-ed digital infrastructure initiative). The other is exploring and hopefully influencing the evolution of new forms of intellectual expression and discourse." This new scholarly direction is being explored under the umbrella of MediaCommons.

External links

* [http://www.edge.org/digerati/stein/ Robert Stein by John Brockman]
* [http://www.thisspartanlife.com/1001_mod3.html Bob Stein interviewed on This Spartan Life] , August 2005
* [http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/4.07/stein_pr.html "The Teachings of Bob Stein"] , Wired Magazine, July 1996
* [http://www.futureofthebook.org/ The Institute for the Future of the Book]
* [http://www.futureofthebook.org/ if:book] , the Institute for the Future of the Book weblog
* [http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/ MediaCommons]

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