Date Added: Mar 2010
In the investment world, timing is everything. You want to buy assets low before the rest of the world figures out that those assets are cheap, and sell them for a premium before the market realizes they may be overpriced. It turns out that timing is also key to a less-flashy, often-overlooked subset of investing: the discipline of risk analysis. In normal times, a book-length treatment of risk analysis might not make much of a splash.