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1.
The "Financial Times" Guide to Using the Financial Pages
by Romesh Vaitilingam
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Paperback - 224 pages
(December 1995)

Synopsis
This edition has been revised to include recent financial information, including the fledgling index and the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), and a new international dimension. The book's international dimension covers international equities and derivatives markets and key international sources... Read more

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The Motley Fool UK Investment Workbook
by David Berger, Bruce Jackson
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Boxtree
Paperback - 240 pages
( 8 October, 1999)

There's "fooling" and there's "Fooling" and confusing the two could seriously damage your wealth. A "fool" trusts his money to the "wise men" of finance-- governments, advisors, pensions companies--the monetary equivalent of cleaning the electric mower with the plug attached. For the "Fool", the... Read more

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The Motley Fool UK Investment Guide
by David Berger, et al
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Boxtree
Paperback - 304 pages
(23 October, 1998)


Ever spent half the night worrying that you're going to wind up penniless in your old age? No? Then it's high time you did, according to the Motley Fool's UK Investment Guide. The Fool lays bare the murky world of personal investment; how independent financial advisers aren't so independent, how... Read more

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Motley Fool : The Motley Fool's Guide To Investment Clubs
by Mark Goodson, David Berger
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Boxtree
Paperback - 192 pages
( 8 October, 1999)


Like waking up in unfamiliar surroundings, the stock market has the power to send even the most courageous into a cold sweat. Like gambling for the uninitiated, there is so much potential for gain, but so much potential to lose.

So what's stopping you? A healthy dose of trepidation most likely. What... Read more


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The Intelligent Investor
by Benjamin Graham
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HarperCollins
Hardcover - 368 pages
(22 May, 1997)

Synopsis
This guide to the stockmarket offers principles proven by the success of investors for over 35 years. Its main objective in its philosophy of "value investing" is to protect the investor against the areas of possible error and to develop policies which are rational. It takes account of both the... Read more

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Short Term Trading and Long Term Investing
by Charles Vintcent

Financial Times Prentice Hall
Paperback - 224 pages
(September 1997)

There's a joke floating around the market these days. It goes something like this: "what's the definition of a long-term investment? It's a short-term investment gone bad." Author Charles Vintcent, a stockbroker by profession, wouldn't be laughing. In Short-Term Trading and Long-Term Investing he... Read more

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The Zulu Principle
by Jim Slater
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Orion Business
Paperback - 223 pages
(19 May, 1997)

Synopsis
In this paperback edition, Jim Slater makes available to both private and professional investors the secrets of his extraordinary success. Read more

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How to Make Money in Stocks : A Winning System in Good Times or Bad
by William J. O'Neil
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McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Paperback - 266 pages
(September 1994)
From the school of unemotional investing comes the classic How to Make Money in Stocks, by Wall Street analyst and publisher William O'Neil. Readers new to securities will find it an excellent primer, one that relies on time-honoured indicators such as quarterly earnings, market capitalization and... Read more

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Beyond the Zulu Principle
by Jim Slater
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Orion Business
Paperback - 214 pages
(16 March, 1998)

Synopsis
From this book, readers will learn when to buy shares and, even more importantly, when to sell. Other aspects of investment are covered - such as creative accounting, portfolio management, overseas markets and the investor's relationship with their broker. This book is designed to help readers make... Read more

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Getting Started in Stocks (3rd Ed)
by Alvin D. Hall
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John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Paperback - 304 pages
(July 1997)
Book Description
An updated version of the best-selling book for beginning investors Heralded as the definitive guide for new investors, Getting Started in Stocks has been thoroughly updated to reflect the most recent changes in the markets. It's packed with new material on mutual funds, world markets, setting... Read more

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Trading for a Living: Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management
by Alexander Elder
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John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Hardcover - 304 pages
( 8 March, 1993)

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".... should be compulsory reading. He debunks the myths and brutally focuses on the nitty-gritty of how to survive and prosper in an extremely tough environment." Read more

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The Internet Bubble : Inside the Overvalued World of High-Tech Stocks--And What You Need to Know to Avoid the Coming Shakeout
by Anthony B. Perkins, Michael C. Perkins
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HarperCollins Publishers
Hardcover - 283 pages
(November 1999)


Canals. Railways. Cars. Computers. The Internet. Each represented revolutionary shifts in the way people would live and do business. Each saw a corresponding rush of investors to get in on this great new investment opportunity. Each saw a lot of investors go broke. In The Internet Bubble, Anthony... Read more

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Secrets of the Investment All-stars
by Kenneth A. Stern
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Amacom
Hardcover - 224 pages
(20 May, 1999)

In Secrets of the Investment All-Stars, Kenneth A. Stern prods nine of North America's best investors into sharing their methods and philosophies for success. Stern profiles value investor Mario Gabelli; money managers Marty Zweig and Louis Navellier; Don Phillips, chief of Morningstar; John Bogle,... Read more

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Portfolio 2001
by John Katz
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Random House Business Books
Hardcover - 583 pages
(23 September, 1999)

Portfolio 2001 outlines an investment strategy for "the post-cold war heyday of global capitalism". The author, John Katz, an investment research consultant, focuses on growth shares with "the potential for double-digit earnings growth". He whets our appetite by saying a small stake in Intel would... Read more

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The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fools Beat Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too
by David Gardner, Tom Gardner
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Simon & Schuster Books
Paperback - 297 pages
(June 1997)
Should you let a Fool tell you where to invest your money? If he's a Motley Fool, the answer is a resounding YES! David and Tom Gardner launched the most successful investment information service ever to grace cyberspace, and now they show you how to beat the market, even if you don't know a... Read more

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad
by Robert Kiyosaki
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TechPress
Paperback
( 1 April, 1997)

Personal finance author and lecturer Robert Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective through exposure to a pair of disparate influences: his own highly educated, but fiscally unstable father, and the multimillionaire eighth-grade dropout father of his closest friend. The lifelong monetary... Read more

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The Armchair Investor
by Bernice Cohen
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Orion Paperbacks
Paperback - 272 pages
( 2 September, 1999)

Synopsis
Bernice Cohen is a self-taught investor who plays the markets from her suburban semi. Inspired by the stream of correspondence she received from her investment column in "The Mail on Sunday", this book sets out her investment programme and explains the "Fastergains" concept. Read more

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The Intelligent Guide to Stock Market Investment
by Kevin K. Keasey(Editor), et al
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John Wiley and Sons
Paperback - 320 pages
(30 September, 1998)

Book Description
This book, written by financial professionals with extensive experience, provides a realistic and critical look at the theory and practice of stock market investing in the UK. It discusses, in a balanced way, the advantages and disadvantages of the many techniques used for profitable investments.... Read more

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The Gorilla Game
by Geoffrey A. Moore, et al
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Capstone Publishing Limited
Hardcover - 351 pages
(27 August, 1998)

Finding the next Microsoft has been the Holy Grail for many investors. However, anyone who has dabbled in technology stocks can't help but be dismayed at their extreme volatility--it's not unusual for tech stocks to gain or lose 10 to 20 percent in a single day. So how can you win in this market and... Read more

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Be Your Own Stockbroker
by Charles Vintcent
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Paperback - 256 pages
(31 May, 1999)

In Be Your Own Stockbroker, stockbroker Charles Vintcent gives away the secrets of stockbroking. Work that one out. The truth is that there aren't really any secrets, just acquired knowledge about how things work. In clear, no-nonsense prose, Vintcent details all the facts necessary for dealing with... Read more

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Learn to Earn : A Beginner's Guide to the Basics of Investing and Business
by Peter Lynch, John Rothchild
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Simon & Schuster Books
Paperback - 272 pages
(January 1996)

To Peter Lynch, success in the stock market is pretty basic: if a company's earnings rise, then the stock price goes up. "This simple point--that the price of a stock is directly related to a company's earning power--is often overlooked, even by sophisticated investors," the former... Read more

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Technical Analysis Plain & Simple
by Michael Kahn
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Paperback - 240 pages
(30 June, 1999)
Pssst...fancy seeing a rounded bottom? Then technical analysis is for you. Technical analysis sounds an awful name for any subject, and it is, but it gets a bit sexier when you know it is a means to make money in the markets. TA is growing in popularity among online and traditional traders as a... Read more

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John Neff on Investing
by John B. Neff, Steven L. Mintz
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John Wiley and Sons
Hardcover - 286 pages
(21 October, 1999)

John Neff is one of America's superstar mutual fund investors. Over 30 years, his fund has consistently outperformed the market by a wide margin. This may seem like no mean feat, but in stock markets where even the good eventually succumb to the average, this is truly Herculean. And here he tells... Read more

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The First-time Investor
by Debbie Harrison
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Paperback - 304 pages
(30 June, 1998)

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"Debbie Harrison is one of the most knowledgeable writers on investment in the market today and she communicates with great clarity. Her skills are combined in this book to provide invaluable assistance to anyone who wants, or needs, to know more about investment." - -Maria Scott, Personal Finance... Read more

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24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success
by William O'Neil
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McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Paperback - 192 pages
(18 February, 2000)

In 24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success William O'Neil, the founder of Investor's Business Daily and author of How to Make Money in Stocks, distills his 40 years of experience, study and analysis of the market into a series of lessons about how to buy and sell stocks. O'Neil is neither a pure... Read more

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Book of Investing Wisdom : Classic Writings by Great Stock Pickers and Legends of Wall Street
by Peter Krass(Editor)
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John Wiley and Sons
Hardcover - 512 pages
(18 February, 1999)

Don't learn from your own mistakes. Learn from the mistakes of others. That is the underlying message of The Book of Investing Wisdom. In fact it goes much further than that. It encapsulates trading experiences and investment wisdom that only come from years of experience at "the coal-face". And it... Read more

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The Mind of a Trader
by Alpesh B. Patel
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Hardcover - 288 pages
(September 1997)

Synopsis
This title explores the trading philosophies, behaviour and tactics of some of the world's most effective professional traders from the USA, Europe and Asia. It also aims to identify successful trading strategies. Read more

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The First Time Investor : How to Start Safe, Invest Smart, and Sleep Well
by Larry Chambers
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McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Paperback - 297 pages
(23 November, 1998)
Synopsis
This text shows how to navigate through the stock market. Each chapter examines how the market works then discusses investing strategies. It covers: mutual funds; the stock market; understanding bonds and annuities; investing internationally; using the Internet as a tool; and specific strategies. Read more