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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Zurich Axioms by Max Gunther. The 12 major and 16 minor Zurich Axioms contained in this work are a set of principles providing a practical philosophy for the realistic management of risk, which can be followed successfully by anyone, not merely the experts. Published September 1st by Souvenir Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about The Zurich Axiomsplease sign zuriquue. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 13, A. Of course, everyone wants to get rich. This book contains a bunch of ‘axioms’ or maxims on axloma management aka speculation. I first read this book 17 years ago.
I read this book again. I can say I’m glad I read it before starting out as an investor.
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And I’m glad I read it again. You bet I will read it again. For anyone starting Of course, everyone wants to get rich. For anyone starting out in the world of financial markets, it pays to read a few good books, and this book ought to be in your list. Even if you do read it, expect to make many mistakes. The book gives you clarity on what to expect and how to go about it. As simplistic as the axioms may sound, they aren’t easy to execute.
Remember, experience is your best teacher. Recommended for both new and experienced investors alike. Para ser sincero eu esperava mais. Feb 17, Manan rated it really liked it. Good to brush up on the basics of risk taking and avoidance, role of luck vs.
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Though I might not agree with all the axioms, but definitely a good read. Dec 14, Tirath rated it did not like it. A book based on a flimsy premise and hence, appealing to the masses. Its a very engaging writing style and full of lessons – axioms – for how to grow wealth and blah blah.
It is for a novice trader or investor who invests without much diligence. Stuff about not diversifying too much, no charting, how to bet heavily but not too heavily, etc. Mar 26, June Ding rated it did not like it Shelves: There are some sound points, but mostly many ideas are wrong and could be risky indeed if following them. At the start, the book argues there is no difference in investment and speculation and gamble which I have to fundamentally disagree.
Investment is about managing your risk. Speculation and gamble is about playing luck. When the author mixes the two, investment is like zurisue. De resto, um livro essencial quem pensa em investir, especular e aprender a lidar com riscos. Aug 20, Zeca rated it it was ok.
A few interesting points, but could be better But some Axioms could be misinterpreted acioma the reader lacks some experience and other readings to build a base. Sep 27, InvestingByTheBooks. It is the investment philosophy of a former group of Swiss bankers.
The Zurich Axioms also comes with a quite fascinating background story. The topic for discussion was always the currently available investment opportunities dd or speculative opportunities, as they would have put it themselves. Thus, the author grew dd with a father that socialized with Jesse Livermore, Gerald Loeb etc. The book came about when Max Gunter one time, when being advised by his father to make an investment, asked him what the basis was for the advice, what Frank Henry and his Swiss acquaintances actually based their decisions on.
The thought process that followed in the Swiss network in trying to formulate their rules for speculation resulted in this book, first published in The axioms advocate taking large stakes in a few meaningful opportunities at the time, to set targets for when to take profit and to immediately get out if a position is turning sour — and never try to average axiomaa or get in again on a loosing aaxioma.
Overall, the philosophy of Frank Henry and his fellow Swiss bankers is based on trading psychology that much later formed parts of what is today know as behavioral finance.
Much, like the advice to disregard the consensus as it probably is wrong or the distrust in forecasts, should resonate well with more long-term fundamental investors. We will post the full list of axioms of the website separately. It might just be me, but I surely hope this axiom is a bit dated. To make any gains in life something — money, time, love aixoma.
And axioam if this in the end means that now and then a person loses money, wastes his time or gets his heart crushed, this is still better than never having dared to live life to the fullest. Life should be an adventure. The Zurich Axioms are about calculated and intelligent risk taking in all straights of life. The Zurich Axioms is a charming short and lively book with a pedigree that it is very easy to feel sympathetic about.
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Good principles for most Axioms. Don’t agree with all of them. The First Major Axiom: If you are not worried, you are not risking enough. Always play for meaningful stakes. Resist the allure of diversification. The Second Major Axiom: Decide in advance what gain you want from a venture, and when you get it, get out. The Third Major Axiom: Accept small losses cheerfully as a fact of life. Expect to experience several while awaiting a large gain.
The Fourth Major Wxioma Distrust anyone who claims to know the future, however dimly. The Fifth Major Axiom: Beware the Historian’s Trap. Beware the Chartist’s Illusion.
Beware the Correlation and Causality Delusions. Beware the Gambler’s Fallacy. The Sixth Major Axiom: Do not become trapped in a souring venture because of zuriwue like loyalty and nostalgia. Never hesitate to abandon a venture if something more attractive comes into view.
The Seventh Major Axiom: Never confuse a hunch with a hope. The Eighth Major Axiom: If astrology worked, all astrologers would be rich. A superstition need not be exorcised. It can be enjoyed, provided it is kept in its place. The Ninth Major Axiom: Never make a move if you are merely optimistic. The Tenth Major Axiom: Never follow speculative fads.
Often, the best time to buy something is when nobody else wants it.