From John Waggoner, Personal Finance Columnist at USA Today;
"You'll be seeing a lot of books about bear markets in the coming months, with titles like "How to Survive the Coming Super Bear" and "Canned Goods and Guard Dogs: Your Investment Plan for the New Millennium." This is the book you should read. Tim McIntosh, money manager and Eckerd College finance professor, lays out a sober plan for preserving your money in bear markets, which are as much a part of stock-market investing as bull markets. The Bear Market Survival Guide shows you what to expect in a bear market and how to diversify into different asset classes for basic protection. Experienced investors will enjoy his sector-rotation strategy; beginners will learn from his mutual fund advice. But here's the best part: This is a highly readable work that's packed with first-rate advice".
From Kenneth Fisher, CEO, Fisher Investments Inc. and Forbes' "Portfolio Strategy" columnist
"A great addition to any investor's bookshelf. Fills in the slot for the intermediate investor on style and sector investing. Will be around for a long time."
From Helen Huntley, Personal Finance Editor, St. Petersburg Times
"Tim McIntosh shares his strategy for putting together a diversified portfolio that can weather both bull and bear markets and emerge a long-term winner. He challenges conventional thinking that international stocks and small stocks reduce risk and isn't afraid to reveal where he's making his own bets. Reading it should help anyone become a more savvy investor. Reads more like a textbook than a novel".
From Michael Holland, Founder & President of the Holland Balanced Fund"In the battle for investment survival, common sense is never in oversupply. The Bear Market Survival Guide provides common sense in abundance, along with compelling data and analysis."
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March 12, 2003
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