The Four Pillars of Investing:
Lessons for Building a Winning Portfolio

By: William J. Bernstein | Categories: Investing
A book that helps us keep it simple when it comes to investing. The main themes? Keep it simple, reduce risk, we are our own worst enemy (less is more), minimize fees and don't trust the salespeople.
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What Bloggers Are Saying...

"This was the first investing book that I read. It does an extremely good job of explaining what investing and markets actually are, and how they came about. The math behind what drives the long term growth of financial markets (hint: dividend rate + dividend increase), how brokerage firms make money off you, and the ways to build an effective portfolio. It is a very good read for somebody who wants to get started with DIY investing"
"Good sense book that taught me the difference between different types of bond funds"
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