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The Four Horsemen of the Investor’s Apocalypse by Robert J. Klosterman CFP is intended to provide one with the weapons to fight the four horsemen of the investor’s apocalypse. The four are: Inflation, Volatility, Group Think, and Global Displacements and Transformation, and by providing insight, perspective, and tools in managing portfolios for serious money needs, such a fight is made possible. Discussing the options available for warding off the evils posed by each of these, Robert revisits the existing rules governing our investment decisions, and mentions the need to approach that with consistent, regular attention. Familiarizing the reader with many and varied terms and their use, he also dwells on the emergence of shocking geopolitical events and the restructuring that occurs as a result of fast developing technologies and the changes to our way of life.
The Four Horsemen of the Investor’s Apocalypse by Robert J. Klosterman CFP is advisable for those wanting to learn about investment. The topic is dealt with here more in its abstract sense than the common, practical approach of asset management. Rather than giving any immediate advice on financial decisions, Robert’s book, I think, has the potential to enable one to develop one's own financial decision making process. Every nuance one may encounter in this area - like selecting a manager, an adviser, a portfolio, or alternative investments - is explained well. A good bunch of questions at the end and a few pages of ‘insider information’ elevate this book to a useful read, especially for those who want to become an expert in this field.