In The Little Book of Bull Moves, popular author and economic advisor, Peter Schiff, takes a new look at America's bull markets of the 1920's, 1960's, and 1990's and the bear markets that followed. Analyzing similarities and differences from both an economic and political perspective, Schiff discusses investment strategies that worked then and explains how those same conservative approaches to investing can be applied in today's market.
Foreword by Marc Faber.
Prologue to the 2010 Edition.
Chapter One: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.
Chapter Two: Saving Your Assets.
Chapter Three: Beware of False Prophets.
Chapter Four: Of Babies and Bathwater.
Chapter Five: Hot Stuff.
Chapter Six: The Ring in the Bull's Nose.
Chapter Seven: Weathering the Storm.
Chapter Eight: Favorite Nations.
Chapter Nine: If You Want to Roll the Dice.
Chapter Ten: To Infinity and Beyond.
Chapter Eleven: A Decade of Frugality.
Chapter Twelve: Pack Your Bags.
Chapter Thirteen: The Light at the End of the Tunnel.
Individual Investors, Little Book Series Readers
Peter Schiff is the popular author of the bestselling books Crash Proof and The Little Book of Bull Moves in Bear Markets. He is a seasoned Wall Street prognosticator. Schiff is known for predicting the economic crisis of 2008. He was also the economic advisor for the Ron Paul 2008 Republican primaries. He began his career at Shearson Lehman and joined Euro Pacific Capital (a broker-dealer with expertise in foreign markets and securities) in 1996, becoming president of the firm in 2000. Schiff is best known for his accurate predictions of the performance of the stock market, commodities, gold and the dollar.