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Wealth, War, and Wisdom
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During these years of political upheaval and dramatic market swings, it's important to look back on historic periods to gain insights into the direction of stocks and economic stability for investment opportunities today. In the new book, Biggs reveals how 'the wisdom of the markets' prevails, even in the most turbulent of eras: the British stock market bottomed out just before the Battle of Britain; the U. Those events turned out to be the three great turning points of World War II - although at the time, no one and no instrument except the stock markets recognised them. Through these pages, Biggs discusses the performance of equities in both victorious and defeated countries, reveals how individuals preserved their wealth despite the ongoing battles, and explores whether or not public equities were able to increase in value and serve as a wealth preserver. Biggs also looks at how other assets, including real estate and gold, fared during this dynamic and devastating period, and offers valuable insights on preserving one's wealth for future generations.