I'd Rather Be A Librarian

Evensky, Harold
January 1999
Financial Planning;Jan1999, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p168
Focuses on the attitudes of investors toward the stock market. Discussion on the merits of diversification strategy in financial investment; Desire of investors to put their investment in S&P 500 index.


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