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61. Using QuickBooks Pro 2006 for
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62. Show Me QuickBooks 2006 (Show
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63. Teach Yourself® Investing Online
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64. Microsoft Money 2006 For Dummies
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65. Microsoft Money 2004 for Dummies
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66. Basic Economics (with InfoTrac
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67. QuickBooks Pro 2004 with Update
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68. Quicken 2005 for Dummies
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69. The Compleat Guide to Day Trading
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70. Oracle E-Business Suite 11i: Implementing
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71. Quicken 2004 for Dummies
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72. The Edgar Online Guide to Decoding
73. Dot.con: The Greatest Story Ever
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74. Inside Intuit: How the Makers
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75. Day Trade Online
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76. Technical Charting for Profits
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77. Handbook of Research on ePortfolios
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78. How To Be An Index Investor
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79. Trading Index Options
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80. Online Investing Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength

61. Using QuickBooks Pro 2006 for Accounting (with CD-ROM)
by South-Western College Pub
Paperback (10 July, 2006)
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62. Show Me QuickBooks 2006 (Show Me Series)
Paperback (21 December, 2005)
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63. Teach Yourself® Investing Online
by Wiley
Paperback (10 January, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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At one time or another, everyone is a newcomer to the world of personal investing. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Could Use a Few Tips for Day Trading Online
This book was very good back in the "buy and hold years" of 1998-2001. It's still a good read and very enjoyable.
5-0 out of 5 stars Investing Online by Gray and Menche review by Ellen Hochman
Excellent and interesting, not stuffy at all. Easy to follow with practice lessons at the end of every chapter. Good essentialinformation for the beginner investor, not just for online traders. Covers the "how-to's" of analyzing stocks and mutual funds to add to your portfolio put in easy to understand and fun terms. By: Ellen Hochman

5-0 out of 5 stars Very detailed book on all aspects of online investing
This is a very detailed book which covers all aspects on online investing. Most people can skip chapter 1 which shows basic Internet browsing and navigation. The rest of the book shows web pages you can look at. I likethis book because the authors highlight and explain the different parts ofeach of the web pages. At 400 pages, this book is short enough so that youwon't get bored and long enough that the author just don't explain aconcept in a sentence or a paragraph. The authors give enough detail sothat you can understand and profit. ... Read more

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64. Microsoft Money 2006 For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))
by For Dummies
Paperback (02 September, 2005)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Money 2006 for Dummies
Good starter book and reference guide Keeps you on track and
5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Money 2006 For Dummies
As can be found in the ...for Dummies series...Lots of help and easy to find the answer to your problem. I had one specific question and found the answer right away. Now I have the book to find any other problem solver when needed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Valuable Time-Saving Guide
If you own "Money 2005 for Dummies", you don't need "Money 2006 for Dummies", because the editorial content appears to be virtually identical in the two books.However, this manual is a real time-saver if you're trying to learn to navigate the powerful Microsoft Money program.
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65. Microsoft Money 2004 for Dummies
by For Dummies
Paperback (24 October, 2003)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Money 2004 for Dummies by Peter Weverka
I have been using Microsoft Money to manage my finances and portfolio since 1999. I thought I knew how to use it until I began reading this book. Mr. Weverka has shown me how little I really new about the capabilities and ease of use of this excellent program. It is written so that ordinary people such as myself can easily understand it, with touches of humor to lighten the tedium. Thank you, Peter Weverka!

5-0 out of 5 stars Money 2004 Made Easy.
The author of this book makes keeping track of your money with Money 2004 easy to understand. It tells you how to set up your account, pay bills online, and even create monthly reports. There's even a part on tracking your investments, planning for the future, and preparing for tax time. I recommend this book to anyone who has Money 2004! ... Read more

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66. Basic Economics (with InfoTrac and Economic Applications Printed Access Card)
by South-Western College Pub
Paperback (29 May, 2003)
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67. QuickBooks Pro 2004 with Update '05 (7th Edition)
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (14 July, 2005)
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68. Quicken 2005 for Dummies
by For Dummies
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1-0 out of 5 stars Great Source of Bad Jokes - Look Elsewhere For Useful Information

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for my Mac
It's an excellent book--unless you have a Mac. To my disappointment, I discovered very little useful info for "the rest of us."Tip toMac users: before you purchase this book from Amazon, skim through a copy at your local bookstore and see if it's worth the price! Had I done that, I wouldn't have bought it. My fault.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the beginner
Like Steve Nelson, I too am a CPA and MBA, with a JD thrown in for good measure. Unlike Steve, I don't make my living writing how-to books for software. I've been searching in vain for a book that takes a look under the hood of Quicken. As Steve points out, "[I]f you're an experienced Quicken user and want to 'take your personal accounting to the next level,' the book is probably a poor choice ... [I]f you're looking for encyclopedic coverage of all Quicken features, this is not the book for you." Regrettably, such books DON'T EXIST. If you have technical training in accounting, Quicken is a real stinkeroo because it is NOT a double-entry accounting system, but rather a sophisticated database application. It uses procedures and terminology foreign to accountants, masking much of its functionality with obscure, proprietary language and reports. Regrettably, Scott Cook (founder of Quicken) won the marketing war and now we're stuck with this beast (or MS Money, which possesses the same faults) for personal finance. Except for some obscure Linux programs, these two packages dominate the market, yet there are no publications intended for tax and accounting professionals to maximize the usefulness of this software. So if you're a beginner, dive right in and get started. If you're experienced with either Quicken or accounting or both, you're on your own. Apparently Intuit (and other publishers) want to keep us in the dark, force us to spend unconscionable amounts of time with their software, and steer customers towards Intuit's "certified" consultants. ... Read more

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69. The Compleat Guide to Day Trading Stocks
by McGraw-Hill
Hardcover (30 August, 2000)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Math
Although there is much informative basic material in this book, I cannot stand the fuzzy math this author uses.The percentage gains he reports in some of his examples are blatantly deceptive.An example is Fig. 5-10, where he shows the possible gains achievable using the "gap" method.He quotes a profit potential of $21062, which I dont dispute.However, there is no mention of the actual money necessary to make the trades shown, which is probably somewhere around $30,000 (minimum).This would yield a profit of around 67%.The figure, however, quotes a profit return of almost 700%!!Whether or not these figures are his, or if he borrowed them from another source does not matter.He should know better!This sort of misleading "fluff" does nothing but confuse the amatuer and leads to the expectation of gains much better than realistically possible with a small account balance.Throughout the book, math like this is used to over exagerate possible gains from day trading.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed! Too simple, sometimes naive
This is the second Jake book I had read up till now. The first one is "Investment Quotient" which I gave my highest rating. That does not lead to my negative comment on this one because of over expectation. It's just that the content and quality of this so named guide just cannot be described as compleat.5-0 out of 5 stars So simple, so good...
Jake has writed no news about trading world, but all that the traders need is into this book. Sometimes we read a bit of trading system, a bit of psicological approach, etc. Jake said that the book is dedicated to day traders and aspiring day traders the world over. Doing day trading is arduous: the challenge immense. The promise of victory and lure of wealth inspire you daily to confront the odds of success. Jake give us this book in the hope that his efforts, research, suggestions, systems, and methods will help us achieve our goals.Read more

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70. Oracle E-Business Suite 11i: Implementing Core Financial Applications
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (01 February, 2001)
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4-0 out of 5 stars A good Introductory Book
This book is a good starter book; much better than Oracle Materials. It gives good Introduction to Oracle Modules GL,AR and AP with the help of screen shots. (in fact, lots of screen shots help the understanding).1-0 out of 5 stars Hopeless!
This book is some kind of joke. And I'm the last one to laugh, 'cause I had to spend over 60$ on this one. It is full of screenshots and hardly any verbage. If there is any, it simply gives you the basic navigation instructions for 11i screens. Well, it did one good thing though, it inspired me to write a book on the subject that I have no knowledge on. Here's what I'm going to do. Get all the user manuals, tear them apart and throw the pages in the air. Which ever land on a table, simply collect them, bind them together, and viola...you have a book with a title that reads something like "Implementing some hi-tech applications...blah blah blah..." !

1-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing
Though there are very few books about Oracle Applications Version 11i, this is not a good reason to buy this book. One gets the feeling that it has been assembled from a set of consultant's hand outs. It is badly written and the publisher seems to have dispensed with the services of editor and proof reader. For example, diagrams 1.3 and 1.4, meant to demonstrate the difference between single organization and multi-organization structures are in fact completely identical. This doesn't give one a great deal of confidence in the accuracy of the rest of the information in the book. The section on conversion contains the sentence "Converting legacy data can be time-consuming, expensive and complex" and then in the following paragraph "If the volume is too large, convert the legacy data via a custom software conversion program. The process can be complex and time consuming". I think we got the point the first time.Read more

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71. Quicken 2004 for Dummies
by For Dummies
Paperback (29 August, 2003)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Not much more than the Quicken help file
How's this for valuable advice under the heading "Ten Things You Should Do If Your Account Doesn't Balance": "Make sure you're working with the right account."
5-0 out of 5 stars A very valuable little book
I consider myself very lucky. The person who gave me my Quicken 2004 software also gave me a copy of this book. The author has a real knack for explaining difficult things in terms that anyone can understand. He got me up to speed very soon and showed me a bunch of tricks for tracking my investments and handling tax stuff in Quicken.Read more

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72. The Edgar Online Guide to Decoding Financial Statements: Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Becoming a Savvy Investor
by J. Ross Publishing
Paperback (March, 2004)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Okay Book, Not Really Filling ...
I bought the book after reading the other 5 star reviews.
5-0 out of 5 stars Required reading for anyone investing in the stock market!!!
Decoding Financial Statements has a rare combination of wisdom, pertinent, interesting, real world examples, and tips/tricks that are not normally available to the retail investor. Any analyst, portfolio manager and individual investor will learn about a tremendous wealth of current and historical case study examples that illustrate how financial information (reports and press releases) drive stock market prices and valuations. 5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Reference Guide
I am a corporate securities attorney in Los Angeles and a former CPA.I found this book to be the perfect guide for any business attorney, accountant or anyone involved in running a public company.The book is easy to read and understand and is well organized as a go to reference guide. ... Read more

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73. Dot.con: The Greatest Story Ever Sold
by HarperCollins Publishers
Hardcover (04 February, 2002)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good reference for future speculative bubbles... nice nuggest on Bezos, Greenspan and analysts. Few details on past bubbles...
After having read many stories about the companies that are mentioned in this book, I appreciated the way the author was able to put things in context, and his in depth research allowed an interesting peek on the human stories that some individuals faces:
5-0 out of 5 stars Was it for real? Yes.
I enjoyed this book. This book is highly recommended as therapy for anyone who went thru the dot com boom and bust and wonders if it is all a dream.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy, informative book
Dot.con is a book that reads like a long "New Yorker" article. I view this as a quality, given the subject matter. Despite the size of the ".com" bubble, its explanation is not as elusive as other speculative frenzies (e.g., 1929). The recent speculation is the outcome of "herd behavior" on a massive scale, favored by unique historical conditions, such as the development of a new technology, the liquidity excess in the american markets, and a favorable economic environment. There are plenty of quantitative models and historical studies of such behavior. Cassidy spells out this early (quoting in the process Charles Mackay's seminal treatise), and gets it out of the way. What makes the book interesting is the intricate relationship--and amplification of speculative behavior--among the actors of the bubble: investment banks, venture capitalists, the media, the Federal Bank, entrepreneurs, and finally the american public. Taken individually, the actions of each group may appear greedy, dishonest, stupid. Placed in the proper context however, the judgement is more nuanced. Cassidy shows how the skeptical VCs, financiers and journalists were repeatedly proven wrong in the early stages of the speculation and decreased in number, to the point of extinction. Nowhere is the pressure to imitate the crowds more evident than in Mary Meeker's case, the poster boy of Wall Street hype. Cassidy partially exculpates for her behavior, based on the environment in which she operated. But the examples in the book abound. Noone gets out scot-free, save one or two honest Wall Street stock strategists on the verge of retirement. Cassidy is relatively lenient toward the individual investor, the world of finance, and the entepreneurs: after all, these people had an incentive in feeding the bubble. The author uses his venom for the media and the fed. These are two actor whose role was to inform and vigilate, not to speculate; hence they were failing in their most important role. With all the qualifications of the case, Cassidy heavily criticizes Greenspan, and stigmatizes Wired, CNBC, and Time. His point is well taken, and I would recommend the book because it takes the time and effort to spell out the whys and hows.
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74. Inside Intuit: How the Makers of Quicken Beat Microsoft and Revolutionized an Entire Industry
by Harvard Business School Press
Hardcover (04 September, 2003)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Not Quite the Whole Story
The book is written by insiders.They make the new CEO out to be quite a hero.Better ask some Intuit customers about that.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Case History of a Continuing Business Model Innovator!
How many companies have survived direct battles with Microsoft?Not very many.How many lived to win over direct battles with Microsoft?Even fewer.Intuit is in that elite company.That experience alone would make the book worth considering.5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!
When Inside Intuit arrived in the mail, along with four other books I'd ordered, it was the first one I picked up to browse. Seven hours later, I finished the book! Reliving the experiences, placing myself in the events (I worked for Intuit for over fourteen years - by way of ChipSoft), was an overwhelming experience for me.Read more

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75. Day Trade Online
by Wiley
Hardcover (31 March, 1999)
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Day trading such stocks as Amazon.com, eBay, and Yahoo! sounds like a game for the gun slinger: jump into the fray and pull the trigger. Is that really the case? No, according to author Christopher Farrell, who earns his money just as Wall Street does--by making very small, short-term, high-percentage trades. Farrell, who works from home, has traded over 15,000,000 shares of stock via the Internet, producing a 65 percent annual return for his investment fund in its first year. Using detailed, user-friendly examples, Farrell shows how to place orders online and then sell minutes later for small profits that can potentially add up to thousands of dollars a day--Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars The Concepts are cool even if they be tricky...
Christopher's strong suit is not concise writing.The repetition may push you over the edge but if you can hang with it, you will get several insights about the inside of the market. I've been trading for a little over a year but have not yet attempted this method.I'm sure that even in 2006 it will work but it will be more work than when the book was written.
1-0 out of 5 stars It's a CRIME that this book is still for sale.
The publishers should be sued. Maybe we should get a class-action together.
3-0 out of 5 stars Lost Mojo
After the decimal implementation of quotes and the subsequent reduction in spreads, the book lost his mojo. This is when the author stopped trading and begun writing books.
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76. Technical Charting for Profits
by Wiley
Hardcover (16 January, 2001)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Honest effort, but badly written for target audienmce
First of all, the writing style. Larson's writing style is easy to follow, but the book itself is badly edited, with lots of padding. For example, we learn on P.69 about the 25 day DMA and two pages later the 200 DMA is presented. I had hoped for a better discussion of TC2000's proprietary indicators, MS, TSV and BOP, but the book presents a rehash of the documentation supplied with the software.
5-0 out of 5 stars Sow shall you Reap
Mark has written & spoken of his years of successful trading to thousands across the United States & other countries.I have known him for several years & consider him a sincere giver who is willing to help anyone who is interested in improving their investment skills.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Introduction to technical aspects of trading
A very helpful insight into some of the most commonly used technical indicators for market and individual security price trends.The book offers good explanation of what each indicator isdesigned to measure and how some of the indicators are used together.Concise, easy to understand and apply---a good resource for anyone investing in paper assests. ... Read more

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77. Handbook of Research on ePortfolios (N/A)
by Idea Group Publishing
Hardcover (26 May, 2006)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best resource for ePortfolios Practices
ESCRITO SIN ACENTOS POR CULPA DE AMAZON
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78. How To Be An Index Investor
by McGraw-Hill
Hardcover (25 May, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Eye Opener
This book introduced me to an area unknown to me as an individual investor-EXCHANGED TRADED FUNDS (ETF). It was very informative and exciting. I read it and then underlined it,immediately. Max, since I read your book,the world has exploded about i shares. Thank you for the introduction and stimulation to look further. YOU SHOULD BE PROUD.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Understanding and Confidence Increased with Each Chapter
I bought this book because of my confusion with index funds after reading different advertisements from newspapers and websites. The result of my learnings are three limit orders I just placed for different sector funds.5-0 out of 5 stars My Understanding and Confidence Increased with Each Chapter
I bought this book because of my confusion with index funds after reading different advertisements from newspapers and websites. The result of my learnings are three limit orders I just placed for different sector funds.Read more

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79. Trading Index Options
by McGraw-Hill
Hardcover (31 May, 1998)
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Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars updated software is available from the author...
The book is very good from a professional options trader and teacher.
3-0 out of 5 stars Good Book with Outdated Software
The good news is that this book is very nicely done, providing a useful foundation to beginner and intermediate options traders. I found that I learned quite a lot about the interactions between option pricing and the various factors influencing pricing. The author provides numerous case study examples utilizing the OP-EVAL(TM) software included with the book. A majority of the book contains detailed examples describing how to use the software and interpret the output. The bad news is that the software will not run on current Windows operating systems (Windows 98 or newer). So don't buy the book if you want to try the software on your own. Efforts to contact the author, through the publisher McGraw-Hill, about the possibility of updating the software, have been unsuccessful. Otherwise a good book.

4-0 out of 5 stars For All Options Traders
I trade options, and know that any options trader will benefit from this book.There are many parallels across markets, and this book delves into an area that isn't written about in detail anywhere else, and does a good job of illustrating the nuances of index options.Read more

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80. Online Investing Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools (Hacks)
by O'Reilly Media
Paperback (18 June, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 106386
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This book can pay for itself very quickly...
Online Investing Hacks by Bonnie Biafore (O'Reilly) is one of those books that can pay for itself in short order, as well as over and over.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Reference/Resource
Online Investing Hacks is an excellent introduction to the world of investment. Though the title does contain the word 'Online', I would say that the general information the book provides on investing is not limited to the online realm.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent resource for all investors
It seems like everyone is involved in investing in some form or another.While I always felt like I should be investing too, it was never clear to me how to begin this process.After all, it's my money.How can I be sure I'm investing in something that will provide some sort of reasonable return?This book is an excellent resource in answering some of those questions and putting the new investor on the right track.
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