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The Motley Fool Investment Workbook (Motley Fool Books) Paperback – April 15, 2003
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This book is practical and every adult should read and work through it to figure out one's financial standing. The guys are straight forward and tell you like it is.
You can use it to figure out your budget, spendings, how much you can actually invest and how to pay off your high interest debts.
Talks about DRIPs and DSPs, mutual funds, index funds etc etc.
I recommend to all my friends who are thinking about investing in stock market but are buried in debt from their fancy car purchases!
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Very well writen. Has been out now fir many years. I have read all of their original series and find them down to earth and easy to understand.Published 12 months ago by grasshog
I think I know more about investing, just not confident enough to turn loose of any money to try yetPublished 17 months ago by Zz
I bought this many many years ago and started reading it, only it does not apply to the here and now. I would not buy it again. The guide in the front was a little misleading.Published on December 4, 2013 by Margaret Cook
I ordered this book for my sister who has just started to invest. I gave her my old "You have more than you think" by David and Tom Gardner, (1990's) and thought this would be a... Read morePublished on March 20, 2006 by M. Edington
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