The Little Book of Money: Book excerpts from Jack Bogle, Ben Stein, Joel Greenblatt, Louis Navellier, Hilary Kramer, Kathy Lien, David Darst, Michael Covel, and John Stephenson [NOOK Book]

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Investment ideas from the biggest names in finance . . . in one Little Book

The Little Books series presents the most important topics in finance in bite-sized chunks, and now, for the first time, The Little Book of Money brings together the very best insights from some of the hottest names in the industry in one essential guide to the ins and outs of the investment world.

Featuring contributions gathered from other bestselling Little Books, ...

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The Little Book of Money: Book excerpts from Jack Bogle, Ben Stein, Joel Greenblatt, Louis Navellier, Hilary Kramer, Kathy Lien, David Darst, Michael Covel, and John Stephenson

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Overview

Investment ideas from the biggest names in finance . . . in one Little Book

The Little Books series presents the most important topics in finance in bite-sized chunks, and now, for the first time, The Little Book of Money brings together the very best insights from some of the hottest names in the industry in one essential guide to the ins and outs of the investment world.

Featuring contributions gathered from other bestselling Little Books, The Little Book of Money presents Joel Greenblatt's two-step formula for investing in any market; Louis Navellier's thoughts on growth investing; Jack Bogle's insights into index investing; Kathy Lien's introduction to Forex markets; David Darst's asset allocation strategies; Ben Stein and Phil DeMuth's alternative investment ideas; a trading strategy from Michael Covel; "breakout" stock information from Hilary Kramer; and commodity investment tips from John Stephenson.

  • Features the most important investment ideas gathered from across the Little Books series
  • Includes chapters by world-renowned experts included Jack Bogle, Ben Stein, Joel Greenblatt, and many more
  • Brings together some of the best ideas about money management in one comprehensive e-book

From tomorrow's hottest trends to tried-and-true investment strategies, The Little Book of Money compiles the very best in financial advice from across the Little Books series.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118375747
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 162
  • Sales rank: 120,736
  • File size: 3 MB

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