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Forbes, November 21, 2011 | [Forbes]

Forbes, November 21, 2011

Welcome to Forbes for November 21st, 2011 from Audible. This edition is Forbes' Year-End Investment Guide. It contains seven feature articles. In the cover story, we'll tell you about “The 20 New Rules of Money.” This market has even the most sophisticated investors in a quandary. Here are some new rules to invest by. Also, “Millennials: Entrepreneurship or Bust” – The conventional jobs aren't there – that just means finding new routes to success.
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Welcome to Forbes for November 21st, 2011 from Audible. This edition is Forbes' Year-End Investment Guide. It contains seven feature articles.

In the cover story, we'll tell you about “The 20 New Rules of Money.” This market has even the most sophisticated investors in a quandary. Here are some new rules to invest by.

Also, “Millennials: Entrepreneurship or Bust” – The conventional jobs aren't there – that just means finding new routes to success.

Next, “Boomers: Rewriting the Next Chapter” – A pioneering generation creates do-it-yourself retirements and new careers.

We'll also tell you about, “Ten Ways to Get Income in Retirement” – A battle plan for building a diversified, high-yield portfolio during retirement.

Then, “Crestron Electronics: A Made-in-America Success Story” – Four decades after opening for business above a New Jersey deli, George Feldstein does what most American manufacturers can't: create jobs.

Followed by, “First Respo” – Health care reform did little to halt galloping costs and nightmarish inefficiencies. Jim Yong Kim has a real plan to fix the system. And he's turning Dartmouth into a laboratory to put it into practice.

And in our final story, “The New Black Gold” – Energy stocks are down, including just about every one involved in the shale gas revolution. They won't stay there.

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