Asset Allocation For Dummies (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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An easy-to-understand how-to guide to the single most importantthing you can do in investing — choosing and mixing yourassets successfully.

You don’t need to be an expert analyst, a starstock-picker, or a rocket scientist to have better investmentresults than most other investors. You just need to allocate yourassets in the right way, and have the conviction to stick with thatallocation.

The big secret behind asset allocation — the secret thatmost sophisticated investors know and use to their benefit —is that it’s really not all that hard to do.

Asset Allocation For Dummies serves as a comprehensive guide tomaximizing returns and minimizing risk — while managingtaxes, fees and other costs — in putting together a portfolioto reflect your unique financial goals.  

Jerry A. Miccolis (Basking Ridge, NJ), CFA®, CFP®,FCAS, MAAA is a widely quoted expert commentator who has beeninterviewed in The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, andappeared on CBS Radio and ABC-TV.  He is a senior financialadvisor and co-owner of Brinton Eaton Wealth Advisors (ahref="", afee-only investment management, tax advisory and financial planningfirm in Madison, N.J. Dorianne R. Perrucci (Scotch Plains, NJ) is afreelance writer who has been published in The New York Times,Newsweek, and, and has collaborated on severalfinancial books, including I.O.U.S.A, One Nation, Under Stress, InDebt (Wiley, 2008).



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Jerry A. Miccolis, CFA, CFP, FCAS, MAAA, is a financialadvisor, widely quoted financial author, and expert commentator whohas appeared on CBS Radio and ABC-TV.

Dorianne R. Perrucci is a freelance writer who has beenpublished in The New York Times, Newsweek,, and has collaborated on several investingbooks, including I.O.U.S.A., One Nation, Under Stress, InDebt (Wiley, 2008).

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