Summary of Stocks for the Long Run

Looking for the book?
We have the summary! Get the key insights in just 10 minutes.

Stocks for the Long Run book summary
Start getting smarter:
or see our plans

Rating

7 Overall

9 Applicability

6 Innovation

7 Style


Recommendation

Wharton professor Jeremy J. Siegel’s classic text belongs in the hands of any diligent investor. From a practical perspective, his book covers every serious event and variable that could affect a diversified portfolio over the course of many decades. As the market proves daily, investing is complex because all types of news and events – as well as human behaviors – influence investment returns. In more than 400 information-packed pages, Siegel’s revised fifth edition of his classic text helps you better understand this complicated socioeconomic system and shows how that knowledge can improve your finances. While never giving investment advice, getAbstract recommends this best-selling guide to both new and seasoned investors.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How stock markets perform in the short and long terms,
  • What led to the 2008 recession, and
  • What factors determine long-term investing success.
 

About the Author

Jeremy J. Siegel is a finance professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a senior adviser at WisdomTree Investments.

 

Summary

The Long and Short of Financial Market Performance
In the past 200 years, the US economy changed dramatically as the nation evolved from an agrarian to an industrial society, and then became a global economic and political power. Since 1926, the US has experienced the Great Depression, ...

More on this topic

Customers who read this summary also read

Millionaire Teacher
Millionaire Teacher
8
Odds On
Odds On
7
The Value of Debt in Building Wealth
The Value of Debt in Building Wealth
8
Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements
Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements
8
Warren Buffett's Ground Rules
Warren Buffett's Ground Rules
8
Investment
Investment
7

Related Channels

Comment on this summary