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Fund managers and brokerage firm traders have nothing on the savvy individual investor with a PC, Internet access -- and this book.
The Internet has leveled the investment playing field, cutting out the broker as middleman and distributing information once available only to professionals. But challenges still abound: Are there safe ways to invest in the high-tech sector?
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 8th 2002 by Simon Schuster (first published January 4th 2001)
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Aug 31, 2007 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Poor advice, but reasonably accurate information. To me, this book gives out advice on how to beat the market (which is clearly futile), but then turns around and explains why you will fail when you try. It was rather entertaining and I really still can't tell if it was written facetiously or not. I can only recommend it as financial entertainment, or a recent history of day trading and why it is a bit silly for anyone to try.
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