Evil Knievil (aka stock market commentator and author, Simon Cawkwell) is Britain’s most feared bear-raider. He spots overvalued stocks, shorts them and goes in for the kill — and has been known to make £500,000 in one week. The first to question Robert Maxwell’s accounts, Evil Knievil does his homework and identifies companies ripe for attack.
In Evil’s Good: Book of Boasts and Other Investments he explains some of his triumphs (and downfalls), highlights some famous frauds and describes the ‘shorting’ rules he uses. Part auto-biography, part training guide, Evil’s Good is a fascinating read from a larger-than-life character.
This new edition includes an introduction by Clem Chambers, CEO of ADVFN, Europe’s leading financial markets website.
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