Bernstein, William J.

The intelligent asset allocator: how to build your portfolio to maximize returns and minimize risk - New York McGraw-Hill Education 2001 - xv, 207 p.

Table of contents:

1.General Considerations.

2.Risk and Return.

3.The Behavior of Multiple-Asset Portfolios.

4.The Behavior of Real-World Portfolios.

5.Optimal Asset Allocations.

6.Market Efficiency.

7.Odds and Ends.

8.Implementing Your Asset Allocation Strategy.

9.Investment Resources.

"Bernstein has become a guru to a peculiarly '90s group: well-educated, Internet-powered people intent on investing well--and with minimal 'help' from professional Wall Street."
--Robert Barker, BusinessWeek

William Bernstein is one of today's most unlikely financial heroes. A practicing neurologist, he used his self-taught investment knowledge and research to build a popular investor's website. Now, in the plain-spoken The Intelligent Asset Allocator, he shows independent investors how to build a diversified portfolio--without the help of a financial advisor. A breath of fresh air for investors tired of overly technical investment tomes, this book will help investors:

Learn the risk/reward characteristics of various investment types
Understand and apply portfolio theory for an improved risk/reward ratio
Sharpen their focus, and take control of their investment programs



Portfolio management
Asset allocation
Portfolio selection

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