Investment Books

Written by Jessica Duquette
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You do not necessarily need to spend thousands of dollars on face to face consulting time with an investment manager to improve your portfolio. Sure, that’s what they want you to think, but there are other resources you can use to learn how to better invest your money. Have you considered buying some investment books?

Written by Experts

Many investment books on the market today offer much of the same advice as the man you are paying $120/hour for. Now that I have your attention, let me explain to you why you should not discount investment books. Some of the best selling financial books are written by experts in the industry.

Of course we don’t expect you to benefit from a book written by an amateur. There are books out there that contain the same advice you’re paying an hourly rate for. These books can help you determine your long and short term goals and also plan for your future. For a measly $20 it’s definitely worth giving these books a try.

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We’ve done a lot of research on money management and investment strategies. In our research we came across several investment books that are well worth your time and money. If you’re interested in giving it a try, please refer to our list of recommended retailers.

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oh Christie, I didn't know things were that hard. maybe that is why I like you so Brice is also that child. so unhppay and explosive. tantrums would go on for hours. i remember crying myself to sleep, knowing I had to get up and do it all over. i dreaded sending him anywhere. it is getting better, but i think both of us are still healing. we actually decided not to have a third because of all the struggles with him. i just couldn't risk having another child like him (though I do love him so, and feel particularly bonded with him maybe b/c of all the struggles). i used to look at other women and yearn for the peace they seemed to have with their children. but maybe those temperments produce greatness? i think so.I was looking at my bookshelf the other day: your explosive child; the defiant child; the strong-willed child (worthless imho); the spirited child. it's nice to know you're not alone that's what I got from those books. how do people raise kids like ours without God and good husbands?