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Subject: Re: First investing book to read? Date: 8/29/2006 12:11 PM
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Frodo,

I read The Richest Man in Babylon. Good book and a quick read. It really takes a few hours to read the whole thing but it is insightful nonetheless. I liked it too. It does not teach much about stock market investing :-) but it is surely worth reading.

aga :-)
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