Money manager Ken Fisher shares indispensible investing wisdom in the New York Times best-selling book, The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don't. Ken Fisher shows readers how to become better investors by treating investing as a science, not a craft, by asking just three simple questions.
The questions are seemingly simple, yet many investors fail to approach investing this way, and instead rely on accepted market truths and investment advice to make decisions. However, this may not be the best investing strategy. In The Only Three Questions That Count, Ken Fisher shows how much of what we assume to be investing "truths" are actually incorrect assumptions, including the ideas that high oil prices are bad for stocks or a trade deficit is an economic disadvantage.
The Only Three Questions That Count arms readers with the tools to think critically to gain an investing edge over their peers. For more information, please visit the official book website: http://www.onlythreequestions.com/