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Robert BarkerA practicing neurologist in remote coastal Oregon, Bernstein comes to the problems of saving and investing not from a broker's perspective, but as someone who had to figure this out himself, from first principles up. He introduces readers to an imaginary Uncle Fred, who helps to guide us through lessons in statistics, probability theory, diversification, portfolio management, and the superiority of cheap value stocks over shares in growth companies. None of this is easy, hor does Bernstein treat it that way. But he is refreshingly respectful of our time, packing maximum thinking into minimum pages.