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A Random Walk down Wall Street: The Best Investment Advice for the New Century

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  • Posted March 16, 2013

    1.5 million copies in circulation for a reason. It is an excelle

    1.5 million copies in circulation for a reason. It is an excellent book on investing, money management. Highly recommended. Very succint, easy to understand content, entertaining, fun to read, learned a lot about wall street, investing, money management. Exceptional book.

    5stars

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2002

    If you buy one book on investing...

    If you buy one book on investing, this would be the one. I first encountered this book on an MBA's coffee table in the 1980s. It is a real classic on investing. One of the most important books on the subject in the past 20 years. The writer is a professor, but writes well for the layman. He explains why all the complex strategies on Wall Street do not work over the long haul, and how to best invest (buy an index fund and hold it). At the end of the book, he provides a good overview on personal investment choices. Good read. Not dry, but actually, interesting and fun to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2002

    Learn How To Beat The Pros

    just amaze how the book makes me understand deeper than ever about financial system and learn how to beat the market

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