The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received

The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received

Priceless Wisdom From Warren Buffett, Jim Cramer, Suze Orman, Steve Forbes, and Dozens of Other Top Financial Experts

Book - 2007
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Wouldn't you like to sit in a room and ask the following people for their investment advice?

-John C. Bogle (Founder, Vanguard Group)
-Warren Buffett (CEO of Berkshire Hathaway)
-Bill Gross (Founder and CIO, PIMCO)
-Susan Ivey (CEO, ReynoldsAmerican Inc.)
-A.G. Lafley (Chairman, Procter & Gamble)
-Georgette Mosbacher (CEO, Borghese Cosmetics)
-John Myers (CEO, GE Asset Management)
-Suze Orman (bestselling author)
-Steve Forbes (President, Forbes magazine)

These and dozens of other investment professionals offer their personal secrets of success when it comes to making money. And along the way, they provide their own insights on whether you should diversify your portfolio (or put your cash somewhere else), whether you should pick your own stocks (or let a pro do it for you), if investing in real estate is really the answer to great wealth, if saving a few pennies here and there really do add up, and much, much more.
The book is edited by Claman to be extremely accessible to all investors, regardless of their financial background.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2007, c2006
Edition: 1st trade ed. --
ISBN: 9780446696104
Branch Call Number: 332.6320973 Cla 3558ad 1
Characteristics: xxiii, 216 p


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Jan 09, 2017

I long for a bygone era when the term ' journalist' was not confused with the ability to apply eye-liner, pancake makeup, and read a teleprompter. The author, Liz Claman, may look good on camera for CNBC, but a journalist she is not. This loose, repetitive work, is nothing more than random observations, in the form of a one or two page response to a common posed question, by various heads of companies and American mutual fund representatives that could have been summed up in a brief essay or news column. For most investors, diversification and balance are the keys. That's it. Why there had to be 212 pages repeating that remains a mystery. Once again, the paper thin research and lack of investment specifics clearly indicate why the 'financial services expert' authors industry is a thin plastic money trench where pimps and thieves run free and good men die like dogs.

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