The Motley Fool uses its websites — Fool.com and sister sites in the U.K., Australia, Canada, Singapore, and Germany — to educate, amuse, and enrich investors across the globe. We believe in the adage that “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader,” but the pursuit of continuing education necessary to be a good investor doesn’t take place just on computer screens. Plus, The Motley Fool and its advice aren’t available just on computer screens.
Co-founders (and brothers) David Gardner and Tom Gardner have co-authored titles including You Have More Than You Think; Rule Breakers, Rule Makers; and The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens. One of our favorites, The Motley Fool Investment Guide, was released in 1996. That was quite awhile ago. It’s a whole new world in 2017, so The Motley Fool is excited to release an updated version of the Gardner brothers’ original text. Available starting TODAY Sept. 5, the third edition covers:
Mutual Funds: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em?
Building an Investment Portfolio
Why Small-Cap Stocks?
Five Tenets to Everlasting Investing
Breaking the Investing Rules
Visit book.fool.com to find out more, plus hear from the Gardner brothers themselves.