Updated from 7:03 a.m. EDT
By Stockpickr Guest Columnist Fred Fuld of Stockerblog.com
Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ken Fisher, head of the $45 billion Fisher Asset Management, a very longtime
columnist and author of the books
The Wall Street Waltz
100 Minds That Made the Market
The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don't
He is also coming out with a new book in the fall,
The Ten Roads to Riches: The Way the Wealthy Got There (And How You Can Too!)
, published by Wiley.
If you missed part one of the interview, you can
Stockerblog.com: Why don't we jump to your book 100 Minds That Made the Market, which I really enjoyed. Do you have two or three favorites out of the hundred?
Fisher: Not particularly, it all depends on what mood I'm in at a point in time.
Stockerblog.com: One of the themes that caught my eye when going through all the individuals in the book is who escaped and who didn't escape the crash of 1929. Do you think there are any trading lessons that can be learned from their backgrounds?
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