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Author: Lyle Wilkinson
ISBN: 097283950X
Language: English
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Investing
Publisher: Selact Publishing (June 8, 2003)
Rating: 4.4
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Lyle Wilkinson The individual Do-It-Yourselfer? needs a knowledge based plan for success, and the book DIY Portfolio Management can feed that plan.

ISBN: 097283950X; Издательство: Selact Publishing. Individuals who manage their own portfolios have less overhead and the financial incentive to get market beating performance. The individual Do-It-Yourselfer? needs a knowledge based plan for success, and the book DIY Portfolio Management can feed that plan. The just released DIY Portfolio Management explores approaches to beating the market.

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Comments (3)
Riavay
It should be no surprise to anyone these days that over time money funds tend to track the stock indexes. Some do better, some worse, but over time they tend to track the average. So, how do you do better than average? How do you beat the indexes? Lyle Wilkinson proposes that the answer is really fairly simple. If the stocks tend to track toward a mean then trends can be examined to see where a stock is located on its mean. This fancy term for this is trend regression analysis. In his book "DIY Portfolio Management" Mr. Wilkinson provides a great explanation of trend regression analysis - what it is, what it is not, why it makes sense, and how to do it. For those who like statistics he builds the complete formulas and rationale, for those who don't he points out that many services provide trend analysis on their sites. You don't have to calculate the trend regression but you do need to understand what it is and how it works if you want to use it. This book shows how to use the information to pick a stock that is likely to rise or fall. However, this is not the only analysis in the book. He includes information on TRiPS, market timing, risk analysis, cycles, and even an action plan. "DIY Portfolio Management" takes a very technical subject and makes it available to the layman. Lyle Wilkinson's excellent and thorough job of explaining trend regression analysis and its use in the stock market is the primary reason "DIY Portfolio Management" is a highly recommended read for the technical investor looking to take control of his investments.
Haal
I worked as a licensed rep at Vanguard Mutual Funds for a while, talking to clients about their investments. The vast majority of the clients were lovely people, the kind you could happily spend a few hours with at a party. Unfortunately, that vast majority, pleasant though they were, didn't know much about investing. They were looking forward to financially stress-free retirements based pretty much on the luck of the draw. Often the ones in the worse shape were the ones following investment advice from an "expert." The best part of my job was quickly explaining some tips and strategies to help them understand and succeed.

I don't know Mr. Wilkinson, but he's a man after my own heart. He, too, wants to help people succeed at investing. His book DIY Portfolio Management is chock-a-block full of good stuff. Using the information Mr. Wilkinson provides should lead to more than satisfying results.

However, Mr. Wilkinson does not always speak in nouns and verbs, but launches into mathematical formulae at the drop of the proverbial hat. This will be disconcerting if you're a dedicated noun/verb person, but with a modicum of mathematical knowledge, you can step through the formulae with great benefit to your bottom line.

If talk about such things as standard deviations and regressions causes your brain to freeze, though, this is not the book for you, excellent though its information may be.

Ah, but if you speak in mathematical formulations with ease, get this book and march through its pages to investing comprehension. Knowing what you're doing is the secret to just about anything, including, maybe especially, investing.

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Vosho
I heartily share the author's premise that an individual can produce better investment returns than a hired hand. No one takes your money more seriously than yourself. But it takes a focused and disciplined approach to produce excellent results.

An investor's biggest enemy is his own emotional involvement. The DIY Portfolio Management system helps to keep the emotional reactions out of the way and create a disciplined long-term focus to investment decisions. This guidebook gives a step-by-step methodology for producing better returns. It requires some work, but so does every successful system. There is no free lunch. I highly recommend this book