100 Best Stocks You Can Buy (12th Revised edition)

100 Best Stocks You Can Buy (12th Revised edition)

By: John Slatter (author)Paperback

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"Never invest in a company you don't understand." ?Warren Buffett With Wall Street in shambles, investors need all the help they can get. There's money to be made, but how? In this classic bestselling guide, Peter Sander and John Slatter offer informed, detailed advice about which stocks to buy in a time of financial chaos-and why. The 2010 edition of this classic guide features a new introduction discussing the current recession and how investors should cope with it as well as new stock picks and an updated listing of all recommended stocks by growth potential. Regardless of the economic climate, this guide remains the go-to guide for investors who want their money to work for them.

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About Author

Peter Sander (Granite Bay, CA) is an author, researcher, and consultant in the fields of personal finance, business, and location reference. He has written sixteen books, including Value Investing for Dummies, What to Do When the Economy Sucks, and Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs. He is also the author of numerous articles and columns dealing with investment strategies. John Slatter, CFA (Essex Junction, VT), is an independent investment advisor and has published extensively on the subject of investing. He is the author of Straight Talk About Stock Investing and Safe Investing. His articles have appeared in Barron's and Better Investing magazine.

Product Details

  • publication date: 31/10/2008
  • ISBN13: 9781598698466
  • Format: Paperback
  • Year: 2009
  • Number Of Pages: 368
  • ID: 9781598698466
  • weight: 445
  • ISBN10: 159869846X
  • edition: 12th Revised edition

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