Value Averaging: The Safe and Easy Strategy for Higher Investment Returns

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Wiley, Jan 29, 2007 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
Michael Edleson first introduced his concept of value averaging to the world in an article written in 1988. He then wrote a book entitled Value Averaging in 1993, which has been nearly impossible to find—until now. With the reintroduction of Value Averaging, you now have access to a strategy that can help you accumulate wealth, increase your investment returns, and achieve your financial goals.

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We often hear advice to "dollar-cost average" into investments. Even Ric Edelman mentions value averaging, briefly and not at all clearly, before concluding that most people are content to dollar-cost ... Read full review

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Michael E. Edleson is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and oversees the firm's equity risk globally. Prior to that, he was Chief Economist of NASDAQ and a finance professor at Harvard Business School. Edleson earned his PhD at MIT.
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