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The exceptional volatility of the markets foretells the hair-raising financial instability that most analysts see as a continuing trend. On October 28 1997, the Dow dropped 500 points. Investors the world over received a startling reminder that "what goes up, must come down". It was a profoundly unsettling experience for those who had never known the experience of a bear market. This work reveals how to face a fully-fledged bear market. The author shows how to prepare psychologically and tactically for the looming debacle, and to protect assets and minimize losses during a bear market. The result is a chronicle that fills the "bearish information gap". The paperback edition includes a prescriptive chapter consisting of fifteen tips about what to do and what not to do in a bear market.
JOHN ROTHCHILD is the bestselling author of the critically acclaimed A Fool and His Money and Going for Broke, among other books. He has also coauthored, with Peter Lynch, One Up on Wall Street, Beating the Street, and Learn to Earn. A former editor of the Washington Monthly and financial columnist for Time magazine and Fortune, Mr. Rothchild has also written articles for Harper's, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and many other periodicals. He has appeared on The Nightly Business Report, the Today show, and CNBC.