50 Great Books That Will Change Your Life
Common Sense on Mutual Funds, by John C. Bogle
“In all my reading about personal finance, no one has affected my thinking more than Bogle. He created low-cost index mutual
funds for individual investors—the best way I know of for the average person to invest for the future. Bogle wrote many books
explaining careful investing, but I think this one is the best.”
Recommended by Jane Bryant Quinn, a financial journalist and the author of Making the Most of Your Money NOW ($35, amazon.com).
To buy: $20, amazon.com.
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