The must-read summary of Arthur Levitt's book: "Take On the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don't Want You to Know What You Can Do to Fight Back".
This summary of the ideas from Arthur Levitt's book "Take On the Street" answers some of the questions that often befuddle the new investor: How should you deal with brokers? What are mutual funds? How should you read investor reports and financial results? In his book, the author takes the time to answer these questions and many others. He also advises investors to always remember whom the person they are talking to is working for (your broker is first and foremost, a sales person) and how to find and identify the most important pieces of information. This summary is a must-read for any new investors who want to become informed and start making money.
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To learn more, read "Take On the Street" and discover how anyone can learn the facts and become a savvy investor.