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For Making Sense of Investing Today...the Fully Revised and Expanded Edition of the Bestselling The Motley Fool Investment Guide
Today, with the Internet, anyone can be an informed investor. Once you learn to tune out the hype and focus on meaningful factors, you can beat the Street.
The Motley Fool Investment Guide, completely revised and updated with clear and witty explanations, deciphers all the new information -- from evaluating individual stocks to creating a diverse investment portfolio.
David and Tom Gardner have investing ideas for you -- no matter how much time or money you have. This new edition of The Motley Fool Investment Guide is built for today's investor, sophisticate and novice alike, with updated information on:
Finding high-growth stocks that will beat the market over the long term Identifying volatile young companies that traditional valuation measures may miss Using Fool.com and the Internet to locate great sources of useful information

Topics: Money Management , Economy, Retirement, Wealth, Stock Market, Informative, Funny, Witty, Guides, and Collaborations

Published: Touchstone on Jan 2, 2001
ISBN: 9780743216111
List price: $13.99
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Good introduction for someone new to the stock market.I felt like the authors were unfairly negative towards penny stocks, futures, options, and technical analysis.While their big point is that all convential stock market wisdom is lies, they believe that their own opinions are the truth.Decent book, but I think it's too biased.read more
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An excellent intro to tech investing...and self-directed investing. Couple the ideas presented in this tape with reading Moore's Gorilla Game, the Tao Te Ching, Alan Dean Foster's "The Man Who Used the Universe", and daily use of the fundamental & technical services at finance.yahoo.com...and you too will be ready to move from mutual funds to individual securities! But, remember...moderation in all things. Think Amaranth. Think Enron. Think of the tragic levels of hubris in Bellerophon's flight, in building trade upon trade of gas futures, of buying and selling 'net bandwidth 5 years before Apple sells movies on iTunes. But I digress...or do I?read more
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Good introduction for someone new to the stock market.I felt like the authors were unfairly negative towards penny stocks, futures, options, and technical analysis.While their big point is that all convential stock market wisdom is lies, they believe that their own opinions are the truth.Decent book, but I think it's too biased.
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An excellent intro to tech investing...and self-directed investing. Couple the ideas presented in this tape with reading Moore's Gorilla Game, the Tao Te Ching, Alan Dean Foster's "The Man Who Used the Universe", and daily use of the fundamental & technical services at finance.yahoo.com...and you too will be ready to move from mutual funds to individual securities! But, remember...moderation in all things. Think Amaranth. Think Enron. Think of the tragic levels of hubris in Bellerophon's flight, in building trade upon trade of gas futures, of buying and selling 'net bandwidth 5 years before Apple sells movies on iTunes. But I digress...or do I?
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