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Subject: Re: Best book MF Money guide or Investing for du Date: 8/30/2001 1:53 AM
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There are three different levels of Motley Fool Investment Guides. I think the first one is called 'You Have More Than You Think', then after that there's 'The Motley Fool Investment Guide' and 'Rule Breakers, Rule Makers.' There's also a general question-and-answer book as well put out by the Motley Fool, though right now I don't remember the name of it.

If you're more interested in DRIP information, there's also
'Investing Without A Silver Spoon' by Jeff Fischer (who runs the Drip Port here) or George Fisher's book (which just came out), 'All About Drips and DSPs. These are ones I can think of offhand.

You may also like to try the library--I find it hard to bring myself to spend money on books these days! But recently I did buy two investment books: 'Rule Makers, Rule Breakers' and 'All abou Drips and DSPs'. I'm pleased with both purchases.

hope this helps,

myadidas
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