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The Winning Portfolio [Paperback]

Paul B Farrell J.D. PH.D.
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"The Winning Portfolio" articulates an investment plan that is easy to understand and simple to put into place. Those who act upon it will be well-rewarded. -- Fred Frailey, Deputy Editor, "Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine"

Dr. Farrell's book presents eminently practical advice for selecting mutual funds. His principles are carefully thought out and intelligent, and he correctly balances the case for actively managed funds versus index funds, all the while giving important emphasis to the critical variable of mutual fund costs. The advice he provides will help intelligent investors build productive mutual fund portfolios. -- John Bogle, author of "Bogle on Mutual Funds"

Mutual funds are an important tool for investors planning for financial independence and Paul Farrell's new book is *very worthwhile reading*." -- Charles R. Schwab, Chairman and CEO, The Charles Schwab Corporation

[A] easy to follow road map for maximizing your mutual fund profits. Paul Farrell's unique approach is at once both rational and intuitive. This book presents a plan that any investor can stick to. -- Brian Murray, Vice President and General Manager, E-Trade Mutual Funds

About the Author

PAUL B. FARRELL, JD, PhD, is an investing and personal finance columnist for CBS MarketWatch. Dr. Farrell has written more than 1,000 columns, many of which have been syndicated on America Online, Yahoo!, and E*Trade.com. He frequently appears on television and radio, including CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, and FOX. He has written four books and previously worked as an executive vice president of Financial News Network, associate editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley.
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