From Publishers Weekly
This update of the Motley Fool’s first book offers the same smart-aleck advice found on the Gardners’ popular Web site and in their other books: ‘Dear Fool, you must ask yourself: Are this company’s products likely to fulfill needs in the future even better than they did in the past?… Does management have the vision?… These are extremely difficult questions to answer. But to the best of your ability, you’ll want to answer ’em.’ Their useful tips on researching stocks, avoiding scams and tuning out the Internet din will best be appreciated by those new to the series. (Jan.)
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The Washington Post The Fool is funny and flip, while containing solid information and advice for individual investors.
Chicago Tribune If you’ve been looking for a basic book on investing in the stock market, this is it…The Gardners help empower the amateur investor with tools and strategies to beat the pros.