The Little Book of Main Street Money
21 Simple Truths That Help Real People Make Real MoneyBook - 2009
"A gem from one of the most brilliant minds in personalfinance."
—Ben Stein, author, actor, TV personality, and NewYork Times columnist
"Investing, as it is said, is simple but it is not easy.Jonathan Clements's fine new Little Book underscores the priceless(and price-less) value of simplicity. And his sage advice on livingthe good life and on spending well and saving wisely will surelymake it, if not easy, at least easier for us to achieve financialpeace of mind."
—John C. Bogle, founder of Vanguard and author ofEnough
"Nobody, and I mean nobody, can make the world of investing aseasy to understand as Jonathan Clements can. In this wonderfulbook, he teaches Main Street how to beat Wall Street at its owngame-and how to have fun along the way. This book does not stop atmerely making you richer and smarter; it will even help you lead abetter life."
—Jason Zweig, author of Your Money and YourBrain and editor of Benjamin Graham's The IntelligentInvestor
"Jonathan Clements is one of our wisest and finest writers inthe field of personal finance. This Little Book contains gems ofwisdom not only about investing, but also about living a full andsatisfying life."
—Burton G. Malkiel, author of A Random Walk DownWall Street
"Easy to read, easy to understan-and easy to put to work-thisLittle Book is a winner. I'm getting copies for our children-andtheir children, too."
—Charles D. Ellis, author of Winning the Loser'sGame
Baker & Taylor
From a former award-winning personal-finance columnist at The Wall Street Journal and a director at Citigroup's myFi financial service comes a book of common-sense investing truths for everyone, offering readers guidelines for taking control of their financial lives and detailing strategies to thrive in today's volatile economy.
Clements, the hugely popular "Wall Street Journal" personal-finance columnist, offers 21 easy-to-follow rules and commonsense investing tips that can help readers secure their financial future.