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The 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy 2010

Business & economics


by
Peter Sander and John Slatter

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 368 pages

File size: 5.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

“Never invest in a company you don’t understand.”

?Warren Buffett

With Wall Street in shambles, investors need all the help they can get. There’s money to be made, but how? In this classic bestselling guide, Peter Sander and John Slatter offer informed, detailed advice about which stocks to buy in a time of financial chaos-and why.

The 2010 edition of this classic guide features a new introduction discussing the current recession and how investors should cope with it as well as new stock picks and an updated listing of all recommended stocks by growth potential.

Regardless of the economic climate, this guide remains the go-to guide for investors who want their money to work for them.

“Never invest in a company you don’t understand.”

?Warren Buffett

With Wall Street in shambles, investors need all the help they can get. There’s money to be made, but how? In this classic bestselling guide, Peter Sander and John Slatter offer informed, detailed advice about which stocks to buy in a time of financial chaos-and why.

The 2010 edition of this classic guide features a new introduction discussing the current recession and how investors should cope with… (more)

“Never invest in a company you don’t understand.”

?Warren Buffett

With Wall Street in shambles, investors need all the help they can get. There’s money to be made, but how? In this classic bestselling guide, Peter Sander and John Slatter offer informed, detailed advice about which stocks to buy in a time of financial chaos-and why.

The 2010 edition of this classic guide features a new introduction discussing the current recession and how investors should cope with it as well as new stock picks and an updated listing of all recommended stocks by growth potential.

Regardless of the economic climate, this guide remains the go-to guide for investors who want their money to work for them.

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