The "Go-To" Handbook On Intelligent Investing
Mark Hebner is on a mission to change the way the world invests – by replacing speculation with education. His new book is a condensed, updated and revised version of his original Index Funds book. This small, compact, 5” x 7”, 318-page handbook on intelligent investing addresses the financial behaviors of investors, the pitfalls of active investing, and the benefits of passive investing with index funds. This little gem packs hard data, visually attractive charts and graphs with more than 60 original oil paintings, nearly 40 unique portraits, and more than 120 color graphics, many portraying historic stock market data all the way back to 1928. This colorful and graphically pleasing book, complete with a Foreword by Harry Markowitz, is a quick, intelligent read and arguably the most artistic book ever written on investing.
E-book available for Kindle,
iBook, and Nook.
What The Experts Are Saying
"Hebner gives us good advice presented in a very appealing manner. Index Funds remains one of the most valuable investment guides available."
— Burton G. Malkiel, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics, Princeton University and author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Tenth Edition, 2011
"It is really beautiful and really well done. I plan to use it as a reference guide."
"… as this book documents so well, a foolish attempt to beat the market and get rich quickly will make one's broker rich and oneself much less so."
— David G. Booth
Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer,
Dimensional Fund Advisors, Inc., Benefactor of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business
— Harry Markowitz, Ph.D.
"This book is WONDERFUL!"
Nobel Laureate in Economics, Professor of Economics at the
University of California at San Diego, Rady School of Management
— Theodore R. Aronson
Founder of Aronson Johnson Ortiz, Institutional Investment Manager