Value Averaging: The Safe and Easy Strategy for Higher Investment Returns

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 27, 2006 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
Michael Edleson first introduced his concept of value averaging to the world in an article written in 1988. He then wrote a book entitled Value Averaging in 1993, which has been nearly impossible to find—until now. With the reintroduction of Value Averaging, you now have access to a strategy that can help you accumulate wealth, increase your investment returns, and achieve your financial goals.
 

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We often hear advice to "dollar-cost average" into investments. Even Ric Edelman mentions value averaging, briefly and not at all clearly, before concluding that most people are content to dollar-cost ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Dollar Cost Averaging Revisited
25
Value Averaging
39
Contents
57
Establishing the Value Path
87
Avoiding Taxes and Transaction Costs
101
Playing Simulation Games
117
Comparing the Strategies
135
Profiting from Overreaction
149
Getting Started
169
Contents
180
Strategies at Work
193
A Final Word
229
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MICHAEL E. EDLESON is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and oversees the firm's equity risk globally. Prior to that, he was Chief Economist of NASDAQ and a finance professor at Harvard Business School. Edleson earned his PhD at MIT.

Includes spreadsheets on a companion Web site: www.wiley.com/go/valueaveraging

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