The New Reality of Wall Street: An Investor's Survival Guide to Triple Waterfalls and Other Stock Market Perils
January 31, 2004
Millions of Americans and Canadians head for the woods each year, armed with wisdom dating back to the early frontiersmen.
Just so, "The New Reality of Wall Street" offers survival lore, to make the global investment landscape�littered with the corpses of dot-coms�a rewarding journey for investors.
Donald Coxe reviews the historical context of the Triple Waterfall collapse in technology and telecom stocks and provides a global investment outlook for the coming decade.
What will war, demographics, deflation, the US dollar bear market and gold mean for global stock and bond markets? Bears, Triple Waterfalls, and Wall Street predators need not keep investors hiding at home. Learn how to plan your financial future and invest safely in the drastically changed financial landscape.
Donald Coxe is Chairman & Chief Strategist, Harris Investment Management Inc. in Chicago, Chairman, Jones Heward Investments in Toronto and Manager of the flagship equity mutual fund of the Harris Insight Group. A top-ranked portfolio strategist in the US and Canada, he serves as US Portfolio Strategist, BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc., Global Strategist, BMO Mutual Funds, and publishes Basic Points, a monthly institutional investment outlook. He appears regularly on television and radio, and writes a weekly column for Maclean's, Canada's current affairs magazine.