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Sell only when a stock goes up so much you no longer feel that it is a good value. If you are going to invest in risky stocks, keep them outside your tax-deferred portfolio. Chapter 9: Hot Tips, Inside Information — And Other Fine Points This final chapter in the stock section is basically a dictionary of terms discussing various terms that you will come across if you do much stock investing, like beta and so forth.
Basically, I found that most of these definitions were slightly snarky variation on the information contained in the first paragraph of the Wikipedia entry for most of the terms. Family Planning and the Rest Chapter All in the Family This chapter, section by section, focuses on handling money issues with the other members of your family, starting with the children and working up in age to your parents. Most of the advice for dealing with your spouse and your parents is pretty common, but I particularly enjoyed the advice on how to teach children about how money really works.
Do this in cash at the kitchen table each night so that they can see what happens over time I visualize doing this with change. Now, do the same thing except offer them one piece of candy in exchange for starting just three days later. Tobias recommends doing this, or perhaps using what basically amounts to my treasury note retirement plan.
Just like I did years ago reading a much earlier version of this book, I found myself gulping the whole thing down in one sitting like a hungry man in front of a bowl of stew.
Tobias writes with a very breezy, entertaining style, and if you find investment books to be boring, this is far lighter and more entertaining than most. download this book if you want to learn a little bit about investment while being entertained with some great anecdotes and storytelling. This book has much more of the fun factor going for it.