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    Free E-book on investing - Monkey with a Pin
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    • 2nd May 12, 9:05 AM
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    Free E-book on investing - Monkey with a Pin 2nd May 12 at 9:05 AM
    The E-book on investing 'Monkey with A Pin' by Pete Comley can be downloaded for free from the monkeywithapin.com website here.

    BBC Radio 4 Moneybox item discussed the book with the author here on the iplayer, (the item is at 8 min 24 secs). The Daily Mail also has an article about it here

    Its main theme is to examine the relative returns available on equities and cash and using low cost investing (for example trackers) to make sure the equity route is worthwhile.

    You have to register your name and email with the site but their privacy policy on the main page says that your personal details won't be passed on to third parties.

    I've downloaded and read the book and has to be the best free book on investing I've seen. You can get the book from the Amazon kindle bookstore also but there is a charge as Amazon won't let him list it for free on there.
    Last edited by SnowMan; 02-05-2012 at 9:07 AM.
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