In today’s turbulent times, capital preservation, which is deeply rooted in our DNA and investment process, is once again the main concern of every investor. We argue, however, that it must always be the primary concern of every investor. Why? The answer can be found in this memorable classic, The Battle for Investment Survival, originally written in 1935, that offers a fresh perspective on investing from times past.
“Successful investment is a battle for financial survival” – G. M. Loeb
The Battle for Investment Survival
Gerald M. Loeb
G. M. Loeb treats investors to a straightforward account of how to profit – and how to avoid profit loss – in what he would describe as the constant tug-of-war between rising and falling markets.
Enjoy this excellent reading from a seasoned stock broker and the material in this book which is distilled from his 30 years of experience in Wall Street plus knowledge gained from the study of the ups and downs of thousands of brokerage accounts. The articles which make up the book were written at various times from 1935 to 1952 and have stood the test of time and are just as pertinent today as when they were first put in print.