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Pragmatic Capitalism: What Every Investor Needs to Know About Money and Finance (Anglais) Relié – 8 juillet 2014

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  • Relié: 256 pages
  • Editeur : Palgrave Macmillan (8 juillet 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1137279311
  • ISBN-13: 978-1137279316
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What is money? If you asked yourself this question and what is the consequence for your saving strategy then read this book.
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12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Macroeconomic puzzle pieces explained. 5 août 2014
Par ClydeDNA - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I am a regular follower of Cullen Roche's web site "Pragcap" where he begins several conversations a day with interesting articles that often have particular or peculiar points of view worth mulling over. Then Mr. Roche, together with a host of extremely smart folks that are interested in macroeconomics (some of which know a lot about this topic), put in their two cents and most often get much more than $2 back for their efforts and those of others.

Now comes his book "Pragmatic Capitalism", which in ways is sort of an extension of the topics that he and his "Pragcap blog" group have been ruminating on for the last few years. The first six chapters present sound advice to the "young investor", that I could not agree with more. Common sense is often not that apparent in the world of finance. This is especially important to know when you are just getting started, and trying to put your tiny "stash" where it will safely grow. Nothing seems worse than losing your hard-earned money just as you started to get a bit ahead. Mr. Roche has pointed out many unobvious pitfalls, together with some of his own "negative learning" experiences. All and all the advice given in the first six chapters are easy to read and absorb. (Mr. Roche writes very well.)

The seventh chapter is the "meat" of the book, I think. The chapter "Understanding the Modern Monetary System" originated when Mr. Roche began his blog, and with time this essay has undergone several rewrites over about five years. Some of the concepts have migrated a bit, but the best part is that gets better and better, as the "Understanding" gets better of the puzzle pieces that make up our economy. I can personally attest that this information can be complicated, but we have to understand this! This is important, not only for our own portfolios, but also for understanding the many very serious flaws in our Nation's politics.

Of course, I have to mention the one "nit" I wish to pick. The puzzle pieces are difficult to fit together in order make a coherent picture of the macroeconomic environment that we seek to bring into focus. I think this could be easily fixed with a summary of the jargon and a chart explaining the "Kalecki Decomposition". This type of analysis would bring the puzzle pieces together, in my mind at least. Since many these macroeconomic puzzle pieces are common in the world economy, one could construct "Kalecki" charts for some other countries that control their own fiat currencies. With those puzzles completed, it seems to me, one could puzzle out a better understanding of how various economies worked over time. Whether or not an individual investor could use this to make forward-looking investment decisions, I don't know. This type of analysis has been mulled over on his "Pragcap" blog and I miss it in this book: http://pragcap.com/james-montier-the-risk-to-corporate-profit http://pragcap.com/the-kalecki-equation-a-brief-follow-up
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This was an excellent overview of several different complex topics 8 juillet 2014
Par Patrick O'Shaughnessy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This was an excellent overview of several different complex topics. It is several books in one: An overview of the modern monetary system and what it means for you and your portfolio, a survey of behavioral finance, and a debunking of several pervasive market/money myths. I enjoyed this final part the most, especially chapter 8. It is amazing how wide an incorrect narrative can spread, and Roche does a nice job addressing several such myths.

Because the book covers complex topics, it requires a close reading. I learned a lot, and recommend the book to anyone interested in money, portfolio construction, or behavioral finance.
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Read this book, learn the material and take a big step towards becoming a successful investor. 21 juillet 2014
Par James A. Kostohryz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Mr. Roche's humble and honest approach to financial knowledge exhibited in the Pragmatic Capitalist blog (which is, by the way, widely recognized as one of the most successful financial blogs on the internet), is what led me to purchase the Pragmatic Capitalist book, and I was not disappointed. In this book, the author shows great respect for his readers. First, he does not claim that you will know everything there is to know after you have read it. Second, he does not do readers a disservice by giving them the impression that it will be easy to learn key concepts. After all, if the subject matter were so easy, then anybody and everybody could get rich easily and quickly. What the author does in this book is to provide great value: Enough breadth so that a great many key subjects are covered, but also enough detail so that the reader will be challenged to actually learn something of real value and move up the learning curve relative to other investors and traders in the marketplace.

As a financial markets professional, I am each and every day inundated with far more research and analysis than I can possibly ever read. Yet, no matter how busy I am, I always make it a point to visit the Pragmatic Capitalist blog several times per week. One of the reasons that I have been a regular reader of the Pragmatic Capitalist blog has to do with the humility and honesty with which the author, Cullen Roche, deals with complex and difficult macroeconomic and investment strategy subjects. Most financial commentators tend to convey the impression that they know it all. By contrast, Roche seems to approach financial and economic problems with the attitude that there is probably more to learn than he ever could know, but that there is still great value for him and his readers in exploring a particular subject in a little more depth in order to gain just a little more insight. After all, to succeed in financial markets you don't need to know it all -- you just need to have a little more insight than the investors that are at any given point in time setting prices at the margin in the marketplace.

If you are serious about becoming an investor that is knowledgeable about key macroeconomic issues of our day -- particularly issues related to the US monetary system and its impact on the US economy and financial markets -- then reading this book will be a good way for you to take a step further down that path. The treatment is accessible to individual investors that are willing to be challenged, as well as to professionals that want to step up their game with regards to big-picture macroeconomic and portfolio strategy issues.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Insightful and informative 15 septembre 2014
Par Richard C. Marshall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is an all around quality finance and investment book from prolific blogger Cullen Roach. As others have said here, it is a very broad overview of complex topics, each of which could be a book in its own right.

I found the chapter on monetary policy to be highly insightful, and I also appreciate Mr. Roche's repeated assertion that investing in one's own productive capacity is far more important than trying to win the capital markets lottery.

At times the book gets fairly jargon-y without entirely defining the terms. A good amount of prior knowledge is assumed here, and thus is probably most benefiting to finance pros and savvy amateurs looking to fine-tune their understanding.

For what it's worth, I also found the prose itself to be a bit flat; but whatever the author loses in style points is made up in sharp, informative content. Overall, a good read.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Understand the System (reality) as it is, not as it should be or as we want it to be 25 septembre 2014
Par IronGaspar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This book is really three books in one:

1.- Investing basics and common behavioral biases
2.- Popular myths and misconceptions.
3.- Monetary System

For those who often read Roche's blog you will be familiar with some of the ideas and concepts on this book. And for the restof the people I'm positive it will give you a different and fresh perspective about several topics.

Here are some of the myths, misconceptions and other topics the book talks about:

The oversimplification of Buffett and his investment style.
Active Funds, Hedge Funds, commissions and conflict of interests.
Fundamental and Technical analysis
Passive and Active Investing
Buy and Hold
Commodities as an investment
Real Estate as an investment
Modern Portfolio Theory
The Long Term
Debt (USA case)
Hyperinflation, deflation, desinflation.
Central Banks and Private Banks
Free Market and Capitalism
IS-LM model
Investments and Savings.

As you can see there are a lot of interesting topics and all of them are well addressed and are easy to understand. The core of the book is about today's Monetary System, though.

I don't agree on some few things outlined in the book. Nonetheless it is worth reading because not only it's always healthy to read intelligent arguments that differ from our view, but also it gives us the chance to think and ask questions that otherwise we wouldn't have done. As a matter of fact the book really challenged some of my investing ideas of which I was pretty sure, like the nonlinear, nonstationary and discrete aspect of Investing for the long run.

No doubt this is a great book to read in order to make better financial decisions and to develop more informed opinions.
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