All About Asset Allocation: The Easy Way To Get Started

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McGraw-Hill, Sep 9, 2005 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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All About Asset Allocation goes beyond sound-bite financial columns and TV programs to explain asset allocation in terms that anyone can under- stand. Using a concise style, it features straight- forward explanations of asset allocation, a review of the asset allocation process, and guidelines for implementing strategies and programs.

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User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

A nice, not too difficult read, with plenty of charts and figures but not too much real math or deep theory. I like how Modern Portfolio Theory was introduced in the 1950's, with Harry Markowitz's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Richard Staves - Goodreads

Don't read it unless you are a geek like me. Read full review


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Asset Allocation Explained

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Richard A. Ferri, CFA, is president and senior portfolio manager of Portfolio Solutions, LLC, and an adjunct professor of finance at Walsh College in Michigan. He is the author of Protecting Your Wealth in Good Times and Bad, All About Index Funds, and Serious Money: Straight Talk About Investing for Retirement.

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