Stein, an economist and part-time TV and movie personality, and DeMuth, an investment psychologist, make a good writing team. They combine a wealth of information, including hard data, graphs, and charts, with a clear and precise writing style that investment novices will appreciate. The book also contains practical tips and advice designed to help readers do their own research and know the questions to ask when dealing with investment professionals. --Shawn Carkonen --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
each and every book these guys write i buy. their writing is clear, simple and to the point. yes, there a lot of books on this stuff, but i think their presentation is perfect.Published 17 months ago by lance ramrod
...these guys gave some dreadful advice. They recommended the bonds of Bear Stearns, Lehman and ABN Amro. All are worthless now.Published on August 17, 2010 by Siskbert
Excellent book ... short, easy to read with good illustrations. Would have liked an explanation as to how to select dividend stocks rather than using the recommended list since the... Read morePublished on July 13, 2008 by D. Skalko
Fine book on income investing. Good for all. Highly recommend this to all who are interested in increasing their income and preserving capital. Hats off to the authors.Published on January 18, 2008 by Anthony Salvatore
A good book but not as complete as Yes, You can still Retire Comfortably.
Does not fully elaborate on the risks of bonds in dealing with Financials (sub-prime) and Bond... Read more
This is an excellent book to teach you how to invest for the highest yield. I should add that Jeremy Siegel's books are also good for this type of investing. Read morePublished on May 5, 2007 by Michael
The authors do a great job breaking down an extremely sophisticated asset class so the everyman investor can optimize their returns while minimizing risk(Maximizing the Sharpe... Read morePublished on June 20, 2006 by Samuel R. Chisholm