PrefaceIntroductionChapter 1: The Loser's GameChapter 2: The Winner's Game Chapter 3: Beating the MarketChapter 4: Mr. Market and Mr. ValueChapter 5: The Investor's Dream TeamChapter 6: Investor Risk and Behavioral EconomicsChapter 7: Your "Unfair" Competitive Advantage IndexingChapter 8: The ParadoxChapter 9: TimeChapter 10: ReturnsChapter 11: Investment RisksChapter 12: Building PortfoliosChapter 13: Whole-Picture FinanceChapter 14: Why Policy MattersChapter 15: Playing to WinChapter 16: Challenges with Performance MeasurementChapter 17: The Dark Matter of InvestingChapter 18: Predicting the Market-RoughlyChapter 19: Individual Investors Chapter 20: Selecting Mutual FundsChapter 21: Phooey On PheesChapter 22: Planning Your PlayChapter 23: Disaster Again & AgainChapter 24: Getting Right on 401(K) PlansChapter 25 EndgameChapter 26: Thoughts for the WealthyChapter 27: You Are Now Good to Go!Chapter 28: Parting ThoughtsAppendix A: Serving on Investment CommitteesAppendix B: Murder on the Orient ExpressAppendix C: Recommended ReadingIndex
Charles D. Ellis is a sought-after investment consultant to institutions and governments around the world. For many years, he chaired the investment committee at Yale and also taught investment courses at Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management. Additionally, Ellis served as chairperson for the CFA Institute and served on the investment committees of Exeter, KAUST, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Hollins University, and Whitehead Institute. He is the author of 16 books.