Book Review: Three Simple Rules of Investing

I recently read the short and simple book, The 3 Simple Rules of Investing, by Michael Edesess, Kwok L. Tsui, Carol Fabbri, and George Peacock. Michael Edesess is a friend, and this book deserves a longer review. It includes a lot of interesting insights into basic problems or misinterpretations with a number of published and well-cited academic finance articles. But I realize that I will probably never get around to writing such a review.

Read the full article on Wade’s Retirement Researcher Blog Here: http://wpfau.blogspot.com/2014/06/book-review-three-simple-rules-of.html

 

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