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Get ready for the best investment advice of all time with our special insider’s guide to getting rich. We give you the insider tips from the 20 finest financial minds of our time on stocks, bonds, real estate, taxes, retirement planning and so much more. Also, see our list of the top-earning athletes.
FACT AND COMMENT - Steve Forbes
A weak U.S. means terrible trouble.
“Money” Mayweather leads the way for the second time in three years.
TELL US EVERYTHING: ROBERT SHILLER
Bill Ackman turns things around.
The most expensive house in the U.S.
Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary.
ACTIVE CONVERSATION: POWER WOMEN LIST
CURRENT EVENTS - Lee Kuan Yew
English language: here to stay.
CURRENT EVENTS - Paul Johnson
London and the superrich.
INNOVATION RULES - Rich Karlgaard
Advice to grads: Get healthy and invest.
THE APOTHECARY - Clyde Wayne Crews, Jr.
The cure for regular destabilization.
MANUFACTURING’S SINGULAR REVOLUTION - Joann Muller
A Michigan engineer’s radical idea- to build parts one at a time- could overturn a century of factory work and save industry billions of dollars.
BOOTSTRAPPING TO THE STARS - Alex Knapp
XCOR proves that you don’t have to be a billionaire to break into the space tourism industry. Some clever lease-financing skills will do.
GATEFOLD: AN ATLAS OF INTERNET INSECURITY - Kashmir Hill and Byron Achohido
Once regulated to the phreaks and nerds, cyberthreats now occupy a central place in the cultural conversation as the Internet has become a more hostile place.
VENTURE BY NUMBERS
Correlation Ventures trusts only a computer to figure out which tech startups to bet on next. So far it appears to be working.
MR. DIRT CHEAP - Abram Brown
Nomorerack’s Dee Agarwal has built a powerhouse e-commerence site selling deep-discount goods with lessons he learned in another hustler’s industry- online porn.
FIREBRAND -Heng Shao
In a Chinese region known for ethnic violence, Kudret Yakup is sparking his own quiet revolution- in capitalism.
THE INVESTMENT GUIDE
THE BEST INVESTMENT ADVICE OF ALL TIME- Edited by Janet Novack and Matt Schifrin
Five billionaires. A miser. A Nobel laureate. A Founding Father. We’ve rounded up the 20 finest market minds- dead or alive- and distilled their timeless wisdom into specific suggestions for stocks, bonds, and funds you can buy today. Be warned: You just might get rich.
NEST EGG-ONOMICS - Tom Anderson
Tens of millions of Americans manage their own 401(k) retirement money. Financial Engines can do it better- for a price.
FUTURE SHOCK - William Baldwin
The investing masses expect the most when prospects are worst, and vice versa. You can do better.
QUANT-VALUE KUMBAYA - Matt Schifrin
What happens when you force a team of bottom-up value managers to collaborate with a group of number crunchers? You get great global stock portfolios, with less risk.
BrandVoice - AMERITRADE
Learning to Read the Company Narrative: How to Find the Story Behind the Numbers
BEST ETFS FOR INVESTORS - William Baldwin
If you are investing for decades, small cost differences turn into big sums.
BET AGAINST HUMAN NATURE - John F. Wasik
Behavioral finance has identified the many ways investors defeat themselves. But can it make you money?
WINNING AN INSIDER’S GAME - William Baldwin
Charles Biderman has an interesting theory about the casino on Wall Street.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY - Ken Fisher
Expect a great fourth quarter.
INVESTING STRATEGIES - William Baldwin
CRUSADING ECONOMICS - Laurence J. Kotlikoff
Close your brokerage account!
THE SECOND COMING - Erin Carlyle
Alt-investing has arrived on Main Street, and there’s no better salesman than newly minded REIT billionaire Nick Schorsch.
OUTWITTING THE NITT - Kelly Phillips Erb
Get divorced, flee the country and ten less extreme ways to avoid the insanely complicated new 3.8% Net Investment Income Tax.
BIG AMBITIONS - Ashlea Ebeling
Boston Scientific cofounder John Abele has built a second career as a philanthropist, venture investor and tinkerer, all in pursuit of another “change the world” idea.
CSI: BORDEAUX - Richard Nalley
Michael Egan helped solve a multimillion-dollar win fraud mystery last winter involving billionaire Bill Koch. Now the Wine Detective is snuffing out new counterfeit cases.