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Now in paperback--the groundbreaking investment guide by bestselling author James O'Shaughnessy that shows you the simple way to create the fully funded retirement you deserve.
Even if you think you're in great financial shape and can afford two cars and several vacations a year, the numbers in your savings and retirement plan don't always add up to a wealthy--or financially secure--future. In How to Retire Rich, investment wizard James O'Shaughnessy uses his revolutionary analysis of the Standard & Poor's CompuStat Database and stock market history to identify exactly which strategies have consistently beaten almost all active stock pickers over the past four decades--and to show regular folks like you how to apply these proven formulas to your 401(k) and your savings plan, and, over time, grow as little as $2,000 into more than $4 million.
By adopting O'Shaughnessy's logical, proven approach and by avoiding hunches, hot tips, and trendy advice from high-profile gurus, you, too, can master the basics of investing, dramatically increase your net worth, and fund the retirement of your dreams.
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Some investment books claim only one true path to stock-market riches. Fund manager James O'Shaughnessy has five, and he has the data to back them up. He was the first independent researcher to be granted full access to a Standard & Poor's database containing computerized information on almost 10,000 stocks going back to 1951. From the data, O'Shaughnessy derived five portfolio-building strategies that, over the past 45 years, have consistently beaten the market average. How to Retire Rich also contains a wealth of useful information on mutual funds, online trading, and using the Internet to research stocks.From the Publisher:
Praise for James O'Shaughnessy's What Works on Wall Street:
"What investing strategies have worked best over the past 40 years? Ask this man."
"Its conclusions are downright momentous. What Works on Wall Street should be required reading for everyone in the investment world, especially investment advisers and money managers."
"The Best Investment Book of 1996. Very likely, it will be the most important book on investing in this decade."
--Stock Traders Almanac
"Conceivably, the influence of What Works on Wall Street could prove immense."
--Financial Analysis Journal
"O'Shaughnessy's study is already making waves in the investment community....Could well become a classic."
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