Jack Schwager on "Market Sense and Nonsense"
Dec 28th 2012 5:33PM
Updated Dec 28th 2012 5:34PM
In this video, author Jack Schwager discusses how some of the biggest misconceptions people have about investing led him to write his new book. Making the right financial decisions today makes a world of difference in your golden years, but with most people chronically undersaving for retirement, it's clear not enough is being done. Don't make the same mistakes as the masses. Learn about The Shocking Can't-Miss Truth About Your Retirement. It won't cost you a thing, but don't wait, because your free report won't be available forever.
Brendan Byrnes: Market Sense and Nonsense -- I think it's a great book. How did you decide to write it, and when did you decide to write it? We were talking about this before we came on camera.
Jack Schwager: Yeah. Actually, it's been a process of years; probably since the early 2000s I've been giving talks on various investment fallacies and misconceptions. I always thought I'd put it together into a book, and over the last two years I finally got to the point where I had the time to do it and put it together.
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