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After IETC was published, a friend asked if I would write another book.

"When pigs fly," I said.

Well, look out your window because are pigs flying.

Today, Columbia University Press announced they will publish my forthcoming book, The Checklist Investor, a topic we discussed here last Fall. The Columbia partnership thrills me, because of their long association with this field, starting with Ben Graham and continuing today with their Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing.

So all of you that made constructive comments on my'll be identified in the book and you'll get a free copy. At more than 45 chapters, every reader is certain to find at least a few useful tips.

The manuscript is due mid-summer. I have written a lot of the book, but there is more work ahead.

Also, the Winter 2012 (and debut) issue of Checklist Investor Quarterly, a free e-letter bringing you the best ideas from the Internet on improving your stock-picking skills, is now available. If you do not get your copy by Sunday evening, e-mail at, to get on the mailing list. My co-founder and co-editor is TMF's Tim Beyers, I am pleased to note.

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