My daughter returned home from college a few weeks ago. She's a business major and just completed a challenging semester that included classes in statistics, accounting and finance. Of the three, she professed to finding finance the most interesting.

In the stocks and bonds portion of the finance class, the professor spent quite a bit of time teaching from the acclaimed book “A Random Walk Down Wall Street: The Time-Tested Strategy for Successful Investing” by Princeton academic, Burton Malkiel.

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