Blind Faith: Our Misplaced Trust in the Stock Market--and Smarter, Safer Ways to Invest

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2003 - Business & Economics - 245 pages
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An alternative to the deification of the stock market introduces readers to a more diversified and sensible investment strategy that can promote solid returns, even in the midst of economic uncertainty. Original.
 

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Contents

Beyond Blind FaithThere Is Clarity
1
THE AVERAGE PERSON SHOULD STEER CLEAR OF STOCKSHERES WHY
9
STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH UNCERTAINTY
103
SMARTER AND SAFER INVESTMENTS
127
Using Options to Reduce Risk
203
Credit Ratings
209
Notes
211
Glossary
221
Index
227
About the Author
246
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Edward Winslow founded and managed First American Financial Cooperative, the first financial planning cooperative formed in the United States. He was also the founder, president and chairman of First Affirmative Financial Network, the nation's first NASD registered brokerage firm to specialize in socially responsible investments. Ed is currently an independent financial consultant with PM Investments.

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