No More Sleepless Nights

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Wiley, Aug 13, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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A revealing expose by one of today′s most controversial and successful short sellers According to a 1998 New York Times article, "Satanism has a better reputation in financial circles than does short–selling . . . The controversy over Mr. Asensio is reigniting the debate over short–selling and the role it plays in the stock market, a debate that stretches back to Jesse Livermore." Manuel Asensio has taken this debate to a whole new level, not only short–selling deceptive companies but also researching and publicly exposing them. Each time Asensio practices his type of aggressive short selling he is branded "the Devil′s own Trader," but time and again his unpopular assessments have proved dead on the money. "Sold Short reads like an action–packed and gripping detective story, exposing shocking and criminal tales that make the Hollywood scandal sheets look like a high school pantomime. Asensio is a brave and heroic bullfighter who dares to go up against the global stampede of the wildest bull market. He courageously nails down, one by one, grossly overvalued and corrupt companies."–Tony Shafrazi, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York "Sold Short is a rip–roaring ride through the netherworld of short selling. Part comedy, part tragedy, part horror flick, Asensio uncovers a world that would be ripe for sitcom portrayal where big–name fund managers dress in drag, buy silly stocks, but (and here′s the tragedy) lose millions. If short selling is up your alley, you shouldn′t miss this book. And if you′d sooner die than go short, you should read this book to make sure one of your longs isn′t made of fool′s gold."–Parker Quillen, Quilcap Corp.

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No more sleepless nights

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Although the catchy title may mislead, this is a serious encyclopedia of sleep disorders. Based on sleep disorder studies from the Mayo Clinic's insomnia program, of which Hauri is director, this book ... Read full review

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A few tips--otherwise, ugh. "Never TRY to fall asleep." Oh, yes, there was a wonderful story about circadian rhythms that was fascinating. In a test, a girl who was fired for always being late for ... Read full review



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PETER HAURI, Ph.D., is the former Director of the Mayo Clinic Insomnia Program and Codirector of the Sleep Disorders Center at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. Hauri is considered by many as the world's leading authority on insomnia. A pioneer in sleep research, he is the founder of the American Sleep Disorders Association. He lives in Rochester, Minnesota.

SHIRLEY LINDE, Ph.D., is a bestselling author and coauthor of thirty books, including Dr. Atkins' Superenergy Diet. She is also a recipient of the Outstanding Service Award from the American Medical Writers Association. She lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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