BiographyMichael B. O'Higgins is CEO of his own money management firm, O'Higgins Asset Management, Inc., based in Miami, which was recently rated the number one new fund by Smartmoney and number five by the Wall Street Journal.
He is an oft-quoted expert who frequently appears in Barron's, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and Time. O'Higgins ranks in the top 10 percent of all money managers in the United States. He has placed all of his own money in T-bonds, T-bills, and stocks according to the formula in this book.
There are many media articles that have been written about Mr. O'Higgins. Likewise, Mr. O'Higgins has written pieces for several investment publications. However, Mr. O'Higgins is not a regular writer or editor for any publications.
Books by Michael O'Higgins
Get paid for taking risk.
Throughout most of financial history, investors have been paid handsomely for taking the risk of owning stocks. If the earnings yield, also known as the earnings/price ratio, is below the yield on AAA Corporate bonds, avoid stocks and put your money into long term 0% coupon U.S. T-Bonds.
If the price of gold is rising, don't buy bonds.
The price of gold has correctly predicted the course of long term U.S. interest rates in 26 of the last 32 years. If gold's price has risen over the past year, avoid bonds.
When buying stocks, stick to the "Dogs of the Dow".
The 10 highest dividend paying DJIA components have consistently beaten the Dow by wide margins with below average risk.Taken from The Global-Investor Book of Investing Rules