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The Faber Report: CNBC's "The Brain" Tells You How Wall Street Really Works and How You Can Make It Work for You

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2002

    I like Faber...

    Along with Haines and Kernan, they have a very entertaining show. I normally do not trade off of their information, but it always keeps me up to date. And, I think Faber has proven himself as a great investigative reporter. It is a good book, and gives good insight into the inner-workings of Wall Street. There is a lot of good education on how the 'big boys' operate - hedge funds, investment banks, etc. All in all, a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2002

    Essential Lessons for Investment Success

    The Faber Report gives readers a close-up and candid picture of the often overlooked, behind the scenes dynamics that every investor should scrutinize in evaluating their own investments. With a colorful range of entertaining examples and lists of valuable resources, he underscores the importance of taking responsibility for researching and capturing the true story behind the often disguised and overhyped fundamentals of corporate performance. David's cautionary advice is a lesson and a warning to the millions of investors who trust and rely on objective advice from analysts, brokers, mutual funds, and ceo's.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2002

    Comfortable Money

    It is good to read David in print. The people have gained an amount of comfort from his television appearances, and he carries the same amount of understanding and easiness in the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2002

    Very educational and entertaining book

    Very relevent to what is going on in today's market, especially the section on frauds. Very entertaining and educational book.

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