First they showed the ordinary investor how to boat Wall Street's wise men. Now those Foolish financial whizzes offer all readers -- no matter how much money they have -- smart, sassy advice on how they call find the best investments that will consistently beat the market -- whether they have $50 or $50,000 to invest."We love everything about The Motley Fool ... the sound advice, the tongue-in-cheek tone, and the intelligence that pervades everything", raved NetGuide. "The Motley Fool is special" proclaimed the Detroit News, "the Fools have built a dedicated following with their irreverent and savvy style and their portfolio has consistently outperformed Standard & Poor's".The Motley Fool Investment Guide spent more than three months on the New York Times bestseller list and soared to number one on the Business Week chart. In You Have More Than You Think, David and Tom Gardner follow that runaway bestseller with a second handbook for all of us who can't seem to get a grip on our finances, or figure out how to build a nest egg for the future. Here the Gardner brothers introduce us to the information revolutions newest tools and the latest techniques that they -- and the myriad Fools who have contributed to the success of The Motley Fool on-line -- have developed. It doesn't matter how much money you have. You Have More Than You Think will help you outperform the wisest of the Wall Street investment firms every time.
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Motley Fools David and Tom Gardner initially made their mark by offering humorous but savvy investment advice online. They leapt out of the virtual world with their first book, The Motley Fool Investment Guide, which spent several months on the New York Times bestseller list. The Foolish ones are back in print with You Have More Than You Think: The Motley Fool Guide to Investing What You Have. It goes beyond the standard specifics on stocks and mutual funds to tackle overall financial issues in the typical Motley manner. The Gardners show readers how to tidy up their finances (trimming credit card debt, spending more wisely on big-ticket items) before delving into the nuts-and-bolts of traditional investing.About the Author:
David Gardner graduated as a Morehead Scholar from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a writer for Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street newsletter before he and his brother, Tom, stared the Motley Fool in 1993. They both live in Alexandria, Virginia.
Thomas Gardner graduated from Brown University with honors in English and Creative Writing.
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