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Beating the stock market isn’t very difficult Yet almost all mutual funds consistently fail Hedge fund manager Andreas F Clenow takes you behind the scenes to show you why this is the case and how anyone can beat the mutual funds Momentum investing has been one of very few ways of consistently beating the markets This book offers you a unique back stage pass guiding you through how established hedge funds achieve their results The stock markets are widely misunderstood Buying and selling stocks seems so simple We all know what stocks are and what the companies produce We’re told that stocks always go up in the long run and that everyone should be in the stock markets Oversimplifications like that can end up costing you In the long run the major stock indexes show a performance of five to six percent per year For that return you will have to bear occasional losses of over half your capital and be forced to wait many years to recover your money Yes in the long run stocks do go up But the story isn’t that simple Stocks on the Move outlines a rational way to invest in the markets for the long term It will walk you through the problems of the stock markets and how to address them It will explain how to achieve twice the return of the stock markets at considerably lower risk All rules and all details will be explained in this book allowing anyone to replicate the strategies and research Andreas F Clenow is the chief investment officer and partner of ACIES Asset Management based in Zurich Switzerland Starting out as a successful IT entrepreneur in the 90s boom he enjoyed a stellar career as global head of equity and commodity quant modeling for Reuters before leaving for the hedge fund world Having founded and managed multiple hedge funds Mr Clenow is now overseeing asset management and trading across all asset classes He is the author of best selling and critically acclaimed book Following the Trend and can be reached via his popular website wwwFollowingTheTrendcom

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