The Random Walk Guide To Investing

April 28, 2015 - Comment

Simply put, the essential first book for any investor. Based on the million-copy seller A Random Walk Down Wall Street, this concise new guide by influential and irreverent author Burton G. Malkiel takes the mystery out of personal finance by outlining Malkiel’s own ten-point plan for success. Easy to read and easy to follow, this

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Simply put, the essential first book for any investor.

Based on the million-copy seller A Random Walk Down Wall Street, this concise new guide by influential and irreverent author Burton G. Malkiel takes the mystery out of personal finance by outlining Malkiel’s own ten-point plan for success. Easy to read and easy to follow, this practical book aimed at the investment novice cuts through the jargon to give readers the confidence and knowledge to make wise investment decisions that will provide consistent returns.

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Gaetan Lion says:

This is the best investment guide I have read yet. Burton Malkiel is the author of the incredibly successful investment theory book “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” first published in 1973. Thirty years later, his publisher suggested he writes an investment guide capturing the wisdom from “A Random Walk” in a shorter tome aimed at the layperson. Malkiel did exactly that. In this book, he does a beautiful job in avoiding statistics out of reach for the layperson. Yet the investment advice remains sharp and relevant. 

Craig Matteson says:

A wonderful foundation for building your financial future It is sad to think about all the trees that have been felled to provide the paper to print so many thousands of useless books on investing. Very few of them provide the investor with the truth about the market and what that implies for their financial future. Those that push a system for beating the market or complicated strategies should be ignored. Others who advocate the advantages of leverage rarely explain the true magnitude of the risk being taken on by the investor nor explain why…

Stephen M. Geraci "Steve-o" says:

This is one of my most recent reads I have read several books on personal finance and investing. However, I have never read the classic a Random Walk Down Wall Street. I picked it up in the book store one day and realized right away it was too technical and dry for me. Then I came across this beauty (based on the classic) and it takes the same wisdom from that book and makes it easy for people who hate the technical stuff. I have been very successful in personal finance and it is a big hobby of mine. I love reading these…

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