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  • Image of Investing With Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy
    Image of Investing With Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy

    Higher Returns with Lower Costs –– Do It Yourself Strategies Without Paying Fund Managers

    by Marvin Appel

    Investing with Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy gives insight into the varieties, constructions, structures, pitfalls and opportunities that ETFs provide; shows how they differ from mutual funds; explains how investors can benefit from these differences; and describes how ETF traders can construct lower-risk, higher-return portfolios from these instruments. Considered one of the field’s leading experts, Dr. Marvin Appel explains why ETFs are not all equally attractive and then offers gui

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Little Book That Builds Wealth
    Image of Speed Review: The Little Book That Builds Wealth

    The Knockout Formula for Finding Great Investments

    by Pat Dorsey

    John Wiley & Sons, 200 pages

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  • Image of Intelligent M&A
    Image of Intelligent M&A

    Navigating the Mergers and Acquisitions Minefield

    by Scott Moeller, Chris Brady

    Mergers and acquisitions have played a dominant role in shaping and reshaping the global corporate landscape in the last century. If the sheer numbers of deals aren’t grabbing headlines, the size and scope of the deals that are made cannot help but command the attention of investors world over. In Intelligent M&A, Moeller and Brady set forth a solid strategy for thriving in the high-stakes, high-stress environment for corporate mergers and acquisitions.

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  • Image of The Number
    Image of The Number

    A Completely Different Way to Think About the Rest of Your Life

    by Lee Eisenberg

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Millions of people in the United States are going to fall short of their retirement needs ... and not just in terms of money. It's not a topic many of these people are interested in discussing, as it may cause various levels of distress, even anxiety. However, the aversion to addressing retirement planning now sets up certain - and greater - worries later in life.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Return on Customer
    Image of Speed Review: Return on Customer

    Creating Maximum Value from Your Scarcest Resource

    by Don Peppers, Martha Rogers

    Currency/Doubleday, 296 pages

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  • Image of Building Public Trust
    Image of Building Public Trust

    The Future of Corporate Reporting

    by Robert G. Eccles, Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr.

    DiPiazza, the CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Eccles, a former Harvard Business School professor, offer a three-tier model of corporate transparency to fix the current crisis in corporate reporting. The three tiers are: global generally accepted accounting principles, industry- based standards and company-specific information.

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Successful Investor Today
    Image of Speed Review: The Successful Investor Today

    by Larry Swedroe

    St. Martin's Press, 310 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: Cash Rules
    Image of Speed Review: Cash Rules

    Learn and Manage the 7 Cash-Flow Drivers for Your Company's Success

    by Bill McGuinness

    Kiplinger Books, 216 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: Stock Options
    Image of Speed Review: Stock Options

    Negotiating Shares and Terms in Incentive and Nonqualified Plans

    by Tom Taulli

    Bloomberg Press, 231 pages

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