I benefitted by listening to this book, however the print version is better. The print version is newer and takes into account the stock market crash of 2008. Also, it has some useful graphs that can't be explained in narration.
The most memorable moment of this book is the idea that chimpanzees throwing darts at random stocks may do just as well or better than a broker.
This is a good read for the car. The narrator does a fine job.
Malkiel Burton's writing had me LOLing more than I expected for an investment book. It kept me interested and I've listened to it multiple times.
I took Malkiel Burton's advice and it's paying off nicely. His style of investment management is fairly low risk, so it's not too nerve-wracking.
I was hooked on this book from the beginning!
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