Table of contents for The future for investors : why the tried and true triumph over the bold and new / Jeremy J. Siegel.

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Contents
Preface
Part I Uncovering the Growth Trap
1. The Growth Trap
2. Creative Destruction or Destruction of the Creative?
3. Triumph of the Tried and True: Finding Corporate Eldorados
4. Growth is not Return: The Trap of Investing in High Growth Sectors
Part II Overvaluing the Very New
5. The Bubble Trap: How to Spot and Avoid Market Euphoria
6. Investing in the Newest of the New: Initial Public Offerings
7. Capital Pigs: Technology as Productivity Creator and Value Destroyer
8. Productivity and Profits: Winning Managements in Losing Industries
Part III Sources of Shareholder Value
9. Show Me the Money: Dividends, Stock Returns and Corporate Governance
10. Reinvested Dividends: The Bear Market Protector and Return Accelerator
11. Earnings: The Basic Source of Shareholder Returns
Part IV The Aging Crisis and the Coming Shift in Global Economic Power
12. Is the Past Prologue? The Past and Future Case for Stocks
13. The Future that Cannot be Changed: The Coming Age Wave
14. Conquering the Age Wave: What Policies Will Work and Which Won't
15. The Global Solution: The True New Economy
Part V Portfolio Strategies
16. Global Markets and the World Portfolio
17. The D-I-V Directives
Appendix The Complete Corporate History and Returns to the Original S&P 500 Firms
Acknowledgments
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Stocks.
Stocks -- History.
Rate of return.
Stocks -- Rate of return.