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radiates common sense
on September 10, 2009
This book radiates common sense. It takes investors to the natural realization that investing directly in bonds will trump funds, or complex structures like Principle Protected notes or insurance contracts. A product engineered by a financial institution will always be in the best interest of the institution, not the investor.
This book also strikes an unusually nice balance between comprehensive coverage of the subject and a style understandable to the average investor. As an Investment Advisor, I have given this book to my clients, and have got nothing but positive feedback. Keep up the good work Hank!
Cameron Murphy, Investment Advisor