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Reconsidering The Advice in Three Popular PF Books

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We've discussed here why you shouldn't rely on Dave Ramsey or Suzie Orman for investment advice but they seem to reach more people than the folks who give much better and specific advice.

 

They all have something worthwhile to offer, but after rereading them, I found that all had a glaring omission: a lack of substantive advice on investing. You will have to go elsewhere for an in-depth discussion of how to set up a portfolio and choose among stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds or mutual funds.

 

You should be able to finish the article by clicking the box a little way down the article

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/11/business/suze-orman-robert-kiyosaki-dave-ramsey-books.html

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These 3 are my least favorite financial pundits, with Kiyosaki being the worst IMO.  All three have made far more money from their books, seminars, and endorsements, than from following their own questionable advice.

 

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