If you’ve ever wondered how investors continue to see substantial market-beating investment returns with portfolios that just seem to grow and grow, The Little Book that Saves Your Assets: What the Rich Do to Stay Wealthy in Up and Down Markets will reveal some secrets. David Darst, also known as Mr. Asset Allocations, shows you how to use savvy asset allocation strategies that you can use to invest like the rich do. This dynamic and easy-to-understand book allows you to rethink your asset allocation strategies and make the leap from mediocre to stellar returns.
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"Insightful, tidy, essential, provocative, and witty . . ."
—Jerry Goodman, a.k.a Adam Smith,author of The Money Game and Supermoney
The markets seem so crazy these days that an investor—and we're all investors now with our 401(k)s, retirements, and college educations to finance—hardly knows where to turn. While we struggle, the affluent seem to do just fine. How do they do it? Two words: asset allocation. No one knows this better than David Darst, one of the world's foremost and visionary experts on what it takes to make the most with your money.
In The Little Book That Saves Your Assets, Darst distills his immense knowledge into a gem of a guide that anyone can use. Based on a lifetime of clear thinking and innovative research borne out of decades of real-world experience, this book presents the art and science of asset allocation in a crisp, down-to-earth fashion. It's like having your own chief investment strategist on call, just as the wealthy have, to guide you through the turbulent waters of the global financial markets.
Page by page, Darst describes the practical principles behind the process of managing your money in today's challenging investment climate and stresses the substantial investment returns that the right mix of stocks, bonds, cash, gold, real estate, commodities, and other assets can bring to your portfolio. He also explains the critical concept of correlation and how to spread your investments among uncorrelated asset classes to enhance returns and reduce the risks of long-term investing.
With the burden of investment responsibility shifted squarely onto the shoulders of individuals, positioning your portfolio for optimal long-term performance has taken on even greater meaning. Bottom line: if you don't manage your investments in a professional fashion, you'll suffer for it. With The Little Book That Saves Your Assets as your guide, Darst will put you on a path that will help you maximize your returns and achieve your life goals. Whether you decide to do it on your own or with the help of a trusted advisor, you need to understand the ins and outs of asset allocation, and this book will help you learn what the wealthy have long known—that 80% of investment returns are found to come from correct asset allocation.
Wealthy individuals and financial institutions have successfully used the asset allocation strategies outlined by David Darst to protect and grow their assets. Let The Little Book That Saves Your Assets show you how to do this too.From the Back Cover:
"Darst delivers his wisdom like fine champagne: full of sparkle and so good you hate to finish it. All investors have much to gain from his sparkling advice."
—Peter L. Bernstein, author of Capital Ideas, Against the Gods, The Power of Gold, and Capital Ideas Evolving
"Asset allocation is an art, David Darst is the master. This entertaining and readable little book enables individual investors to do what the pros do, build and save their assets!"
—Consuelo Mack, Anchor and Managing Editor, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack on PBS
"David Darst is a walking encyclopedia of investment information. This book is an invaluable source and reference."
—Barton Biggs, Managing Partner, Traxis Partners
"David Darst has produced another winner! This book is a must-read for any investor who is serious about seeking the best risk-adjusted return on a portfolio."
—Samuel L. Hayes, Jacob H. Schiff Professor of Investment Banking, Emeritus, Harvard Business School
"With his decades of experience, Darst entertainingly debunks the mysteries of investing—helping you grow the value of your assets while achieving peace of mind in the process."
—Byron Wien, Chief Investment Strategist, Pequot Capital Management
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