Barron's Guide to Making Investment Decisions

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Investments - 333 pages
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Published in association with Barron's National Business and Financial Weekly, a publication of Dow Jones and Company, this outstanding investment sourcebook provides sample profiles and illustrated examples that show readers how to assess their tolerance for risk as well as the costs of investing.

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Contents

Setting Investment
2
Making the First Cut
9
Emotions and Investing
16
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Douglas R. Sease, a veteran of twenty-four years with "The Wall Street Journal," has been involved in market coverage for over a decade and has written extensively about markets and investing. He is the author of several other business books and appears regularly on CNBC as a daily commentator. He lives in Vero Beach, Florida, with his wife, Jane.

Prestbo is markets editor of The Wall Street Journal.

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