Unloved Bull Markets: Getting Rich the Easy Way by Riding Bull Markets

Unloved Bull Markets: Getting Rich the Easy Way by Riding Bull Markets

by Craig Callahan
Unloved Bull Markets: Getting Rich the Easy Way by Riding Bull Markets

Unloved Bull Markets: Getting Rich the Easy Way by Riding Bull Markets

by Craig Callahan

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Overview

Your empowerment tool to consistently winning in the stock market

In Unloved Bull Markets: Getting Rich the Easy Way by Riding Bull Markets, a seasoned, award-winning professional money manager delivers an eye-opening and insightful take on a frequently overlooked—and critically important—investing strategy. The author walks readers through a crash-course in how to take full advantage of the greatest opportunity for wealth accumulation: a bull market.

With an emphasis on seizing investment opportunities when they actually arise, instead of just watching them recede in the rearview mirror, Unloved Bull Markets explores:

  • The economic indicators that can disguise, fuel, or end a bull market, including inflation and interest rates, the Fed and monetary policy, and unemployment
  • Six common pieces of bad information that lead investors astray and can result in missing out on some of the best market opportunities to come along in decades
  • The perennial discussion and debate between proponents of active management and passive, index investors

Unloved Bull Markets is the perfect book for investors who seek to base their decisions on data and logic, rather than fears and intuition, and want to focus on the profitable climb instead of distressing worries.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781119847403
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 02/03/2022
Sold by: JOHN WILEY & SONS
Format: eBook
Pages: 256
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

CRAIG CALLAHAN, DBA, is the Co-Founder of ICON Advisers and the creator of ICON’s valuation investment methodology, the winner of seventeen Lipper awards. He received his doctorate in finance from Kent State University in 1979.

Table of Contents

Preface vii

Acknowledgments ix

About the Author xi

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 “Unloved” Bull Markets 7

Chapter 2 Was the Bull Market Sensible? 25

Chapter 3 News and Stock Prices 39

Chapter 4 Economic Setting 47

Chapter 5 Inflation and Interest Rates 55

Chapter 6 The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy 73

Chapter 7 Unemployment 89

Chapter 8 Betting on a Lackluster Stock Market and Higher Interest Rates 101

Chapter 9 Volatility Events 105

Chapter 10 Six Pieces of Bad Information 117

Chapter 11 Active-Passive 143

Chapter 12 Strategies 161

Chapter 13 Human Behavior 177

Chapter 14 And Then It Ended with a Crash 187

Chapter 15 I Want My Money Back 193

Chapter 16 Conclusion 215

Index 221

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