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November 15, 2006


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what are some of your picks ?

The Four Pillars of Investing by William Bernstein is my favorite book on investing, and an absolute "must read" in my opinion.

Another great thing about index funds, if you are just starting out as an investor, is you can get great diversification in just a few funds--maybe even just one. The amount you sock away and your asset allocation are the biggest determining factors, anyway.

Two things:

1. Great post. I'll check out that book.

2. Would you mind adding my finance blog to your blogroll? Just shoot me an e-mail and I will do the same on mine.

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