In all seriosness, there is almost no useful advice in this book about how to pick stocks. When the book was published the stock market had had 15 years of continuous bull market (even if it didn't always feel that way at the time) and now and then even the level headed Wanger feels a bit "90's" compared to the current "cult of anti-equities".
Hailed by both Newsweek and . Investors are like zebras in lion country: They must settle for meager pickings by sticking in the middle of the herd, or seek richer rewards at the outer edge, where hungry lions lurk
A ZEBRA IN LION COUNTRY book. Wanger was indeed a zebra who ventured further out in lion country than most and what spectacular results the walkabout gave.
A ZEBRA IN LION COUNTRY book. A wonderful book, by someone I really respect in the industry. I learned a lot from his matter of fact approach to investing and believe this a worthwhile read for anyone starting in the business.
This should help readers maximize profits and minimize risks - and survive the rough spells on the way to greater wealth.
Recommended for general and informed readers interested in investing. Lawrence Maxted, Gannon Univ.
Don Phillips Morningstar, Inc. Ralph Wanger's A Zebra in Lion Country is a delightful book. Few managers can match Wanger's investment prowess. All Trust Scores Reliable Users (. Trust Score) Trusted Users (. Trust Score) Elite Users (. Trust Score).
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