Free Capital: How 12 private investors made millions in the stock by …A few months ago, I received an unsolicited email which is reproduced in the box below. The first chapter is freely available here , and there is also a BLOG about the book. The book is available as a paperback or e-book from Amazon, the publishers Harriman House and many other booksellers. This message is unsolicited, albeit also non-commercial from my viewpoint all author royalties will go to charity. So I apologise to readers who are not interested in investment, and promise not to repeat it. I thought the email was particularly well written and glanced at the free chapter. The reason is that I know John Lee personally although not closely, and have been reading his Financial Times columns for many years.
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Book Review: Free Capital by Guy Thomas
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Open Preview See a Problem. In my earliest days of investing and even in writing with this blog I toed the sensible line of putting away a bit of your earnings every month, and waiting for the pay off 30 years down the line. Search this site. Thanks for pointing this one out - off to spend some of my hard-earned investment returns now.Type your email and press submit:. It is always expensive to buy books related to investing. Fans of stock market investing literature will know that, many capktal the best books are American. No shortcuts there.
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