Brad Perry learned about stocks from the ground up. After Harvard College and Harvard Business School, he spent eight years as a stock analyst for Boston-based Loomis, Sayles & Co. followed by 32 years at Boston's David L. Babson & Company where he moved from stock analyst to director of research to portfolio manager to president to chairman. When Perry retired in 1992, he became a consultant to Babson (which manages $20 billion of investments for institutions and individuals) and to other investment organizations. He continues to write on investing and speak before investment groups.
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Timely yet timeless advice on how to compete against the giants and win. A better 'how to' investment book may not exist.. It shows you how to row out and meet your ship, rather than waiting for it to come in.. Day traders of the world, turn off your machines! Read this book and your tomorrow may be different - and more rewarding.
(Eric T. Miller, Senior Advisor, former Chief Investment Officer, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette)
Over the years, investors have pursued many different routes in search of financial success. I have seen Brad Perry's approach in action, and I know that it is the one sure way to reach this goal. It's not a fancy, 'black box' approach. Rather, it's based on common sense, and it works.
(Leonard W. Johnson, Professor of Management, Boston University, and Chairman, Western Pacific Investment Advisors, Portland, OR)
During my 39 years in the investment field, countless tomes have crossed my desk, each claiming to have the answer for stock market success. Most have been discarded immediately. Now there is one in my library that will become dog eared and referred to continually.. Brad Perry has the wonderful ability to write clearly about successful investing, sharing his knowledge and a logical approach that is bound to help every true investor. He presents his proven investment principles as a masterful writer that puts him in a class with David Babson, Ben Graham, Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch.
(Kenneth S. Janke, President & CEO, National Association of Investors Corp.)
Investment books are often full of flash and sizzle, hype and hyperbole. Brad Perry sets himself apart with his timeless investment advice. Delivered with wit and charm, this book is an invaluable tool for the serious investor. br> (Alan F. Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist, Edward D. Jones & Co.)