The Prudent Investor: The Definitive Guide to Professional Investment Management
This book is not for the do-it-yourself investor or the amateur speculator, but for the serious investor seeking a professional investment approach to money management. This bestselling guide explores all the variables critical to the orchestration of a successful investment program.
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Prologue What This Book Will Do For You
Looking Forward The Investment Policy Statement
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