Every once in awhile a new investing book (or personal finance book) comes along that gets an incredible amount of attention. It’s on all the best seller lists. Everyone on your Twitter feed is talking about it. Amazon reviewers give it glowing 5-star reviews, and many people you respect and follow are recommending it.
It seems like the book is the best thing since sliced bread.
Any time I see this much positive buzz, I get skeptical. Maybe it’s the contrarian in me, but all that marketing looks like a giant flashing-red warning sign…Read more