Nobody Knows Anything: Investing Basics Learn to Ignore the Experts, the Gurus and other Fools

Nobody Knows Anything: Investing Basics Learn to Ignore the Experts, the Gurus and other Fools

It may be as important for investors to know what not to do in investing as to know what to do. While investors are bombarded with the “buy me, buy me” books, little is said to train them in what to avoid. Nobody Knows Anything teaches investors what to avoid and how to trade using their own knowledge and experience rather than simply following the lemmings over the cliff of the latest investment craze. The book will teach an investor about human behavior, contrarian investing, deviation and regression to the mean and other simple basic tools of investing successfully.

 

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Nobody Knows Anything: Investing Basics Learn to Ignore the Experts, the Gurus and other Fools

About the Author

Robert Moriarty was born in New York state in 1946. He began training as a military pilot in 1965 and became the youngest Naval Aviator during the Vietnam War in 1966. With two years in Vietnam and some 832 missions in combat, he left the Marine Corps in 1970. He worked in computers for a few years before beginning a 2nd career as a ferry pilot delivering small airplanes all over the world. He made over 240 ocean crossings mostly in single engine airplanes. He and his wife of 25 years were computer consultants and began one of the earliest online computer retail outlets in 1995 before retiring in 2000. He began another career running a financial website in 2001 specializing in resource companies. He continues to travel the world looking for the next great mineral discovery and writes in his spare time.