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Introduction to Harmonic Trading: Profiting from the Natural Order of the Financial Markets
By Scott M. Carney
Apr 27, 2010
Scott M. Carney explains what harmonic trading is, the three stages of harmonic trading, and how it can help you identify, execute, and manage trade opportunities.
Financing the Future: The Evolution of Finance
By Franklin Allen, Glenn Yago
Apr 8, 2010
Learn to move beyond the noise and reclaim the concept of financial innovation. Throughout history, advances in financing have expanded opportunities and democratized societies, and their potential is still ready to be grasped today.
Investment Wisdom for Building a Better Life: Focus Your Predictions on What You Can Control: Your Priorities
By Saly A. Glassman
Apr 1, 2010
You can't predict what you can't control. You can make some predictions, and an informed advisor can help you make even better decisions. But it's unrealistic to rely solely on predictions as an investment strategy. A more reasonable approach is to design an investment strategy around your ranked priorities, with a contingency plan to back it up.
Investment Wisdom for Building a Better Life: Rules Are Essential, but They Do Not Guarantee a Win
By Saly A. Glassman
Mar 31, 2010
Following investment rules doesn't necessarily mean you won't lose sometimes. However, using the rules as a general, meaningful guideline, even if you have to be flexible at times, is wise.
Introduction to It's About More Than the Money: Investment Wisdom for Building a Better Life
By Saly A. Glassman
Mar 30, 2010
In this introduction to her book, Saly A. Glassman explains how she will help you get your investments back on track and restore the confidence you need to be a successful investor.
Introduction to Higher Returns from Safe Investments: Using Bonds, Stocks, and Options to Generate Lifetime Income
By Marvin Appel
Mar 10, 2010
Marvin Appel explains that the income-generating strategies you will learn from this book are those that have been safer than the typical investment in the stock market and have the potential to return more than the average investment in the bond market.
What Is Financial Planning?
By Bonnie Kirchner
Feb 24, 2010
Whether you work with a generalist or a specialist, it is important to have an integrated financial plan. Bonnie Kirchner explains financial planning and the difference between a generalist and financial specialists.
Sports Fans vs. Traditional Economics: Why Many Economists Think the Fans are On to Something
By David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt
Feb 23, 2010
Economists David J. Berri and Martin B. Schmidt look at the way data influences decisions in sports -- sometimes to detrimental effect -- and how fans may do a better job of evaluating players than the coaches and general managers.
Introduction to Buy - DON'T Hold: Investing with ETFs Using Relative Strength to Increase Returns with Less Risk
By Leslie N. Masonson
Feb 22, 2010
Leslie N. Masonson introduces his book and discusses his experience, the purpose of the book and why he wrote it, and the benefits of managing your own investments.
Introduction to the Economics of Food: What Goes Up…
By Patrick Westhoff
Feb 18, 2010
Patrick Westhoff explains how understanding why food prices rise and fall can help us anticipate and react to future market developments and make important decisions as a society about how best to feed and fuel the planet.
Introduction to Market Upside Down: How to Invest Profitably in a Shrinking Economy
By Vinh Q. Tran
Feb 4, 2010
When the next crisis comes, where will the United States and its citizens find the resources to combat and recover?
The Rise and Fall of Commodities: An Introduction
By Carley Garner
Feb 2, 2010
Becoming a consistently profitable trader isn't easy, but it isn't synonymous with chasing the proverbial end of the rainbow either. With the proper background, hard work, and the experience that comes with inevitable tough lessons, Carley Garner shows how long-term success is possible.
Money Talk with Liz Weston for January 28, 2010
By Liz Pulliam Weston
Jan 28, 2010
Liz Weston discusses fessing up on taxes, what to expect when you're turned down for credit and rebuilding your scores.
Money Talk with Liz Weston for January 22, 2010
By Liz Pulliam Weston
Jan 22, 2010
Liz Weston discusses retirement planning with a big age difference, why spouses need their own credit and what credit card users need to know.
Maybe the Fans Are Right
By David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt
Jan 19, 2010
Decision-making is not often as rational as traditional economics argues. And that story has an impact on our understanding of both sports and economics.
My Mission in Writing "A Trader's First Book on Commodities"
By Carley Garner
Jan 19, 2010
Author Carley Garner explains why she wrote "A Trader's First Book on Commodities" -- and why she was the best person for the task.
A Crash Course in Commodities
By Carley Garner
Jan 13, 2010
Carley Garner explains the origin and evolution of commodities markets.
Money Talk with Liz Weston for January 13, 2010
By Liz Pulliam Weston
Jan 13, 2010
Liz Weston discusses the myth of "merged" credit reports, the financial consequences of walking away and how to build credit from scratch.
Preface to Technical Analysis Plain and Simple
By Michael N. Kahn
Jan 12, 2010
MIchael N. Kahn explains why he wrote a third edition of his classic book on technical analysis.
Money Talk with Liz Weston for December 22, 2009
By Liz Pulliam Weston
Dec 22, 2009
Liz Pulliam Weston discusses how good credit can crumble quickly, how tenants can break a lease on an uninhabitable apartment, and the consequences of contributing too much to a 401(k).

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