How Harvard and Yale Beat the Market: What Individual Investors Can Learn from the Investment Strategies of the Most Suc

Tuttle, Matthew

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Éditeur
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Pages
276
Parution
avril 2009
Format
Cartonné
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
239 × 164 × 27 cm
EAN
9780470401767
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Harvard, Yale, and other large college endowments consistently beat the stock market while taking less risk. While individual investors don't have access to many of the money managers and vehicles that these endowments use, they can still learn and implement a lot from their investment strategies.
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