The Table of Contents is here, which may give you a clue to the content. Long-time readers will be able to pick out familiar themes but the longer format allows a fuller and more integrated treatment, without all those annoying references and hyperlinks that disturb the narrative flow.
2. Markets Are Adaptive, People Are Reflexive
3. Anchored in the Wonder Years
4. Irving Fisher’s Big, Bad Call
5. The Ross-Goobey Moment
6. Emotional Tulip Trading
7. Volatility at Work
8. A Personal Margin of Safety
9. Are You Satisificed?
10. Investing by Jerks
11. A Twenty-First Century Bubble
12. Free Will and Model Risk
13. The Zeitgeist Commandments
The e-book format also allows an exploration of the digital cross-over opportunities. Rather than including a detailed list of references and bibliography in the book – which no one reads anyway (well, actually, I do) and don’t really work with e-books – it’s available on The Zeitgeist Investor’s endnote page, appropriately and directly cross-referenced to the actual source material.
I’ll also be publishing a couple of additional chapters to the book on here in the near future. In the meantime if you’d be so kind as to purchase a copy via the blog here that will add some extra pennies to the coffers, which will, in due course, be recycled into a better experience all round … and, remember, of course, you don’t actually need to own a Kindle to buy and read Kindle content :)
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