The Devil’s Financial Dictionary by Jason Zweig @ NYJB
The Devil’s Financial Dictionary by Jason Zweig attempts to give investors the necessary tools to confront the jargon, doublespeak, hubris, arrogance, amnesia, hysteria, and general idiocy endemic to those calling themselves “financial advisors.”
Besides writing book reviews for his own blog, Karl writes reviews and essays for several other venues. He also spends his free time reading, writing the Great American Novel, and cooking exotic dishes. He has worked in a historical society, a local TV station, and in the university.
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