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Title: The Book of Investing Wisdom

Submitted by on November 27, 2004 – 6:20 pm No Comment

Author: Warren Buffet, Jim Rogers and More
Date: 27-Nov-04

Listen to writings by Warren Buffet, Peter Lynch, George Soros, and other leading figures of finance. In their own words, these legends of Wall Street share their best investment ideas and advice. The Book of Investing Wisdom offers unique insights into how these professionals and others achieved financial success through intelligent investing. It will inspire and motivate everyone from the professional money manager to the do-it-yourself investor to the business student.
This program includes:

  • Warren E. Buffet: “Track Record is Everything”
  • Jim Rogers: “Get Smartand Make a Fortune”
  • Peter Lynch: “Stalking the Tenbagger”
  • Edward C. Johnson II: “Contrary Opinion in Stock Market Techniques”
  • Peter L. Bernstein: “Is Investing for the Long Term a Theory or Just Mumbo-Jumbo?”
  • Mario Gabelli: “Grand Slam Hitting”
  • Robert R. Prechter: “Elvis, Frankenstein, and Andy Warhol”
  • George Soros: “After Black Monday”
  • Leo Melamed: “The Art of Futures Trading”
  • Martin E. Zweig: “Selling Short – It’s Not Un-American”
  • My Thoughts: Ok read. A few points here and there, but I probably wouldn’t recommend it.

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