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Recommendation for purchasing the book (if you so desire)
If you’re interested in buying this book, I would recommend purchasing a cheap, used copy from Amazon. There are two editions available for purchase – 1) the 2007 edition and 2) the 2002 edition.
Personally, I would buy the 2002 edition because it is only $0.48 vs. $23 for the newer edition. I seriously doubt that the added material is worth >$20 more in purchase price, because the 2002 version is already very good!
How about you all? Have you read Stocks for the Long Run by Siegel? What did you enjoy and what would you change? What are your favorite investment and/or personal finance books?
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Hi folks! My name is Jacob. I am the owner and operator of My Personal Finance Journey. I started this blog in January of 2010 and have enjoyed the journey ever since. Since finishing up graduate school in Virginia in 2014, I have been working in biopharmaceutical development in Colorado. You can read more about me and this site here. Please contact me if you have any questions!
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