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Audiobooks Narrated by Louis Rukeyser

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Saving, budgeting, and investing are keys to creating wealth— but there are many different philosophies about how to approach this essential task.

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Jean Paul Getty and John Templeton are great examples of “bargain hunters” or “contrarians,” who seek to find promising stocks that are out of favor or fashion—and therefore undervalued.

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Alfred Marshall, (1842-1924) a British economics professor at Oxford University, developed economics into a more rigorous, professional discipline than ever before.

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The institutions and big players of Wall Street shape your financial world in a profound way; many act on behalf of millions of people as they invest pension funds, retirement plans, or other group assets.

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Benjamin Graham developed "value investing," a style adopted by Warren Buffett, one of history's most successful investors…

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Public confidence in financial markets depends on the perception that they are fair and just, not distorted or manipulated to the advantage of particular traders.

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Financial markets have an impressive history of gains and progress for prudent and judicious investors. But these advances are often interrupted by powerful and sudden setbacks or forward lurches.

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In America's financial nerve center, fortunes are made, and sometimes lost. J.P. Morgan, Jay Gould, Hetty Green, Jim Brady, Jesse Livermore, Bernard Baruch, Joseph Kennedy, and many others have made "the street" what it is today.

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Carl Menger (1840-1921) and Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk (1851-1914), working in Vienna in the late nineteenth century, rejected the classical and Marxian ideas that value can be measured objectively.

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The classical economists pioneered a new way of thinking about the uniquely human tendency to produce, trade, consume, and accumulate.

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