25 myths you've got to avoid-- if you want to manage your money right: the new rules for financial success

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Simon & Schuster, Feb 6, 1998 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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A cheerful guide to investing debunks common money myths, explores the flaws in some of today's popular money strategies, and offers advice and unconventional tips designed to help readers make the most of their investment dollar. 30,000 first printing.

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Contents

Hedge Your Bets with Hard Assets
120
You Should Own a Balanced
126
You Need a Broker
136

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Jonathan Clements has written the weekly "Getting Going" column in "The Wall Street Journal" since 1994. He also writes a weekly column for "The Wall Street Journal Sunday," a supplement appearing in seventy-seven newspapers across the nation.

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