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The Motley Fool You Have More Than You Think…

The Motley Fool You Have More Than You Think : The Foolish Guide To…

by David Gardner, Tom Gardner

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The Completely Revised and Expanded Edition of the New York Times Bestseller That Focuses on Personal Finance for Every Budget -- and Every Stage of Life Taking control of your personal finances is the first -- and most important -- step toward successful investing and a secure future. The Motley Fool You Have More Than You Think, now fully updated and expanded, provides guidance for anyone trying to balance lifestyle aspirations and financial realities. The latest edition of this Motley Fool bestseller covers topics such as: Getting out of debt...and into the stock market Turning your bank account into a moneymaker Using Fool.com and the Internet to learn about all things financial -- from buying a home to getting the best deal on a car Saving enough to send your children to the colleges of their dreams… (more)



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A cross between personal finance and Dave Barry (it'll keep you awake.) First half is generally useful, second half is specific to "buy a handful of stocks" (while it's not a lot of work from the sound of it, I'd just as soon take their alternative recommendation to go with index funds... this isn't Lake Woebegone so we're not all going to be above average.) ( )
  sprite | May 3, 2013 |
Probably not all that good for investment tips,but does explain how to invest without uasing a broker. It also has some downright quirky, sort of funny ideas that don't set your capital at risk. And no, you really don't have more than you think you have. Not in this day abd time. ( )
  carterchristian1 | Nov 15, 2011 |
Very thoughtful and enjoyable book to read. I didn't expect it to be describing this book as enjoyable, given the topic, but the authors accomplished their goal in making a book about finances a fun read. The book offers very helpful and practical advice; it lacks the shenanigans of other books in this genre. The authors come across as humble and good-natured, with practical help for those who want to understand how to invest in the capital markets. ( )
  Joe24 | Aug 17, 2011 |
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