Templeton S Way With Money

Author: Alasdair Nairn
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118239210
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The enduring legacy of a legendary investor Called the "greatest stock picker of the century" by Moneymagazine, legendary fund manager Sir John Templeton is rememberedas one of the world's foremost investors, known for his pioneeringinsights and phenomenal investment performance over a professionalcareer which spanned more than half a century. Templeton’s Way with Money provides a unique,professional 21st century appraisal of what made this formidableinvestor the success he was—and why his methods remain asvalid today as they were during his long and successfullifetime. Written by two investment experts, one of whom worked closelywith Sir John for ten years, and drawing on previously unpublisheddocuments, the book explains in detail how John Templeton's simplebut effective investment philosophy of riding out the ups and downsof the market cycle continues to be as relevant as ever forprofessional and private investors alike. Key features include: A fresh and detailed reappraisal, drawing on a number ofpreviously unpublished documents, of the philosophy which Templetonapplied to the two phase of his investment career—first as aninvestment counsel, and latterly as the most successful global fundmanager of his generation A detailed and original study of the performance of theTempleton Growth Fund, demonstrating in detail how Templetonachieved the Holy Grail of investment—above average returnswith below average risk First hand accounts from former colleagues of their experiencein working with Templeton—including those of author AlasdairNairn's ten-year career working with and for the investmentmanagement organization that was Templeton's life work Proprietary and original research which explains whyTempleton's seemingly simple investment philosophy is sure toproduce exceptional returns if implemented effectively Current market conditions make Templeton's contrarian investmentmethod of profiting from pessimism particularly relevant today, andthis book a must-read for anyone working with investments.

At Home With The Templetons

Author: Monica McInerney
Editor: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345518640
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When the Templeton family takes up residence in an imposing and long-empty manor in the countryside of Victoria, Australia, the locals begin to buzz with gossip. The seven Templetons moved from England and seem unusual, peculiar even—especially when they begin to lead tours through the stately home while dressed in period costume. No one is more intrigued by the family than their neighbors, single mother Nina Donovan and her son, Tom. Though they try to keep their distance from the often shocking Templeton dramas, Nina and Tom find their lives unexpectedly entwined with this enigmatic family, much to the delight of Gracie, the youngest Templeton daughter. Then one day, a tragedy tears them all apart. In the grand estate, the stage is set for years of betrayal and heartbreak, love and affection, to be revealed—and, perhaps, resolved—as the Templetons try to make amends. At Home with the Templetons is Monica McInerney’s best book yet—a captivating and moving story that spans two decades, illuminating the perils and pleasures of love, friendship, and family. BONUS: This edition contains excerpts from Monica McInerney's Lola's Secret, The Faraday Girls, Family Baggage, The Alphabet Sisters, Greetings from Somewhere Else, and Upside Down Inside Out.

Holding The Dream

Author: Nora Roberts
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101146026
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In the second book of Nora Roberts’s Dream Trilogy, the ever practical Kate Powell finds her career sidetracked by a scandal—one that will teach her the value of family, friendship, and love… Surrounded by the sweeping cliffs and beauty of Big Sur, Kate Powell treasured both her life at Templeton House and the family who raised her like one of their own. Although Kate lacked Margo’s beauty and Laura’s elegance, she knew she had something they would never possess—a shrewd head for business. Driven by ambition, Kate measured her life’s success with each soaring promotion. But now faced with professional impropriety, Kate is forced to look deep within herself—only to find something missing in her life...and in her heart. Don't miss the other books in the Dream Trilogy Daring to Dream Finding the Dream

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The Money Machine

Author: Daniel Stoffman
Editor: McClelland & Stewart Limited
ISBN: 9781551990521
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Daniel Stoffman became intrigued by the mutual fund industry while writing the phenomenal bestseller Boom Bust & Echo with David K. Foot. The stock markets, driven by baby boomers saving for their retirement, were enjoying an extended bull run. Mutual funds -- which few people had even heard of in the sixties -- were becoming the investment vehicle of choice.Stoffman's first surprise was that the fund companies see themselves not as financial institutions but as manufacturers of products. These products are marketed to consumers, just like soft drinks or automobiles or razor blades. The most successful companies aren't those that provide the best returns on clients' investments, they're the ones that most effectively market their products.The industry has done a fine job of keeping investors ignorant of its workings, Stoffman discovered, and with good reason. Most are unaware of the fees they pay to own mutual funds. Few realize that financial planners are remunerated by the fund companies into which they put their clients' money, which means their advice may not be objective. And not many understand that mutual fund companies can thrive even when they deliver mediocre performance.As baby boomers retire and find them-selves with the time to manage their own investments, they're becoming more knowledgeable, more discerning, and more reluctant to pay the sometimes exorbitant fees charged by the fund companies. All of this points to increasing consolidation among the mutual fund companies, Stoffman believes, and growing public pressure to reform the industry.