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[Portuguese] Max Gunther – Os axiomas de Zurique [1 eBook (epub)]

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Os banqueiros suíços ensinam como ganhar dinheiro em qualquer lugar no mundo.
Você será sempre bem-sucedido no mundo dos negócios se seguir regras sobre risco, mobilidade, intuição, esperança e padrões.
Logo depois da Segunda Guerra mundial um grupo de banqueiros e empresários suíços resolveu ganhar dinheiro investindo em várias frentes, de ações a imóveis, de mercadorias a moeda.
Neste livro estão as regras infalíveis que os banqueiros estabeleceram para diminuir os riscos enquanto aumentavam cada vez mais os lucros. São 12 axiomas principais e 16 secundários que se aplicam a qualquer tipo de investimento. Neles o leitor encontrará a chave para investir com sucesso à moda suíça.

Language: Portuguese
Number of pages: 160
Release Year: 1985
Publisher: Record
Edition: 1st Edition

English title: The Zurich Axioms: The Rules of Risk and Reward Used by Generations of Swiss Bankers


Swiss bankers teach you how to make money anywhere in the world.
You will always be successful in the business world if you follow rules about risk, mobility, intuition, hope, and standards.
Soon after World War II a group of bankers and Swiss businessmen decided to make money investing in several fronts, from stocks to real estate, of goods to currency.
In this book are the infallible rules that the bankers established to reduce risks while increasing profits more and more. There are 12 main axioms and 16 secondary axioms that apply to any type of investment. In them the reader will find the key to successfully investing in Swiss fashion.

First published in 1985. Newer releases dated 2010.
Likely a translation to Portuguese.

About the Author

Max Gunther was born in England and emigrated to the US when he was 11. He attended schools in New Jersey and received his B.A. from Princeton University in 1949. He served in the U.S. Army in 1950-51 and was a staff member of Business Week from 1951 to 1955. He then served as a contributing editor of Time for two years. His articles were published in several magazines and he wrote several books, including The Luck Factor, How to Get Lucky, The Very, Very Rich and How They Got That Way, Instant Millionaires and Wall Street and Witchcraft.


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