'"The Smartest Investment Book Youll Ever Read" will provide the enlightenment and the gumption to free yourself from the clutches of the investment industry and the wisdom and direction necessary to get yourself back on track.' -- William Bernstein, author of "The Four Pillars of Investing"
'An investor who reads nothing else would have good guidance and maybe handsome returns based on Solins advice. -- Andrew Allentuck, author of "Bonds for Canadians: How to Build Wealth and Lower Risk in Your Portfolio" and contributor to "The Globe and Mail"
'Bay Street will hate this indexing manifesto that urges Canadians to dump their advisors and go global in their investments.' -- Jonathan Chevreau, "National Post" personal finance columnist
'Dan Solin brings a unique perspective to the obstacles individuals often confront in achieving rates of return that should be theirs for the taking. Anyone applying his simple but powerful message will enhance their chances of investment success.' -- Weston J. Wellington, vice-president Dimensional Fund Advisors
Daniel R. Solin is a leading securities arbitration lawyer and a principal in Academic Wealth Management, LLP, a Registered Investment Advisor. The author of Does Your Broker Owe You Money?, Solin has testified before a congressional subcommittee investigating the fairness of the mandatory arbitration system imposed on all investors by the securities industry. He has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor, MSNBC's Week-end Economic Review, CNN's Money, and Bloomberg Television. He has been interviewed on more than 40 radio programs, including USA, CBS, ABC, and a number of regional NPR affliliates. Formerly the host of his own financial cable television show in southwestern Florida, he is a much sought-after speaker for groups of investment professionals, lawyers, and accountants.
Ok, I am not an experienced investor, hence buying this book. I've already read another book called the Portfolio Doctor and attended a financial seminar. Read morePublished on March 16 2007 by Melanie Patterson
We were surprised to see in a review of Dan Solin's The Smartest Investment Book You'll Ever Read, the suggestion that the author has inappropriately taken data from... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2007 by D. Leonard