“The Psychology of Finance” is the title of a book that Lars Tvede has written and published on Schultz. It is the best book of the year.”
“Lars Tvede has written a bible for business cycle conscious investors”.
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“That we are not only given these theories, but that these are also explained through instructive anecdotes about economists and the environment that influenced them is only enhancing the understanding in an interesting way.”
““The Creative Society“ is a book, the reader cannot put down until the last page has been reached. It is simply exiting and fascinating.“…“it would be useful if it was read by politicians.“
“Lars Tvede’s book not only excels in content, but he also managed to portray his findings in an entertaining and interesting fashion. It is recommended for both market professionals and beginners.”
“Lars Tvede has written a crisp story...both entertaining and informative”
“This book will take the reader into the world of broadband and its implications for the future. Enjoy the trip.”
“Lars Tvede has written an incredibly good book about the history of civilizations and the future.”
“Lars Tvede’s Business Cycles is the best ever book about business and investment cycles.”
Lars Tvede holds a Master's degree in Engineering and a Bachelor's degree in International Commerce, and he is a certified derivatives trader from National Futures Association in Chicago. Lars Tvedes books have been published in 11 languages and more than 35 editions.
Lars spent 11 years in portfolio management and investment banking before moving to the high-tech and telecommunications industries in the mid 1990s, where he has been co-founder of several award-winning companies.
He is also founder of Beluga, a successful financial trading company.
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