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In case you haven't read enough about how your 401K is worth 12 bucks...

Publisher's Weekly reports that a whole new crop of Wall Street disaster-related books are being sold and proposed. Writer Matthew Thornton smartly compares the situation to what happened with books on 9/11; a year from now, prepare for a flood on the subject.

Of course, you won't be able to afford the books by then, but perhaps you can ride your bike down to the neighborhood library and check 'em out.


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And on a related note: a brief PW review of the new biography of Warren Buffett...



I was hoping someone would write a book about investing in aluminum cans you pick up on the side of the road.


At the rate people are dropping around here, that may be my next project.

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