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Now revised and updated, the Motley Fool's best-selling Investment Workbook is ready to help you take control of our own financial destiny one step at a time.
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With this guide, the Fool presents a hip and easy to understand approach to a subject rarely taught in schools — how to budget, save, and invest money and still have fun!
In their first book in over three years, Motley Fool co-founders David and Tom Gardner help you recognize the rights and wrongs of managing your money in today's market.
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