Interview of Dr. Randall Bell, Author of “Rich Habits, Rich Life”
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Dr. Randall Bell develops strategies to overcome problems and maximize peak performance.

Branding, Marketing, and Selling: An Interview with Scott Deming
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Branding is so much more important than advertising.

Ken Elzinga
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Kenneth G. Elzinga. Ken is both a nationally renowned economist as well as a locally celebrated professor here in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia.

Interviews And Articles With Ken Elzinga
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“Markets have made possible the prospect of the bulk of an economy’s population not being poor and oppressed.”

Interview with Ken Elzinga by Marotta On Money
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Ken Elzinga writes the popular Henry Spearman mystery novels under the pen name of Marshal Jevons. We caught up with Professor Elzinga for the following interview.

The Mystery Of The Invisible Hand
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Read an excerpt from Ken Elzinga’s latest Henry Spearman mystery novel.

Is The Stock Market Rigged? (and how to create a media frenzy)
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In order to inflame the public’s ire about market corruption, the author of “Flash Boys” carefully sidesteps a number of important facts.

“Halestorm” And “Abducting Arnold” Author Interview
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Becky Akers is a free-lance writer and historian as well as the author of two novels set during the American Revolution.

Chronicles of Aria Prime, Episode One by AJ Reissig
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The adventure begins as a tale of interstellar travel, but quickly morphs into a space opera and post-apocalyptic survival story.

The Autobiography of Fezziwig
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Finally revealed, the life of Fezziwig, an English businessman during the cusp of the Industrial Revolution.

Marotta Family Recipes Published
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A celebration of both the joy of family and the comfort of Italian cuisine.

When Helping Hurts
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Much of the assistance Americans provide to those in need is doing more harm than good.

Is A Financial Apocalypse Coming?
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Should you buy as much gold as you can get your hands on?

The Blank Slate by Stephen Pinker
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Although it would be wonderful if we lived in a world that lived up to the ideals of the Utopian Vision, we believe along with Stephen Pinker that reality supports the Tragic Vision.

Dystopian Reading List
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Here are some other dystopian classics for your reading displeasure

Improve Your Financial Decisions (Book Review)
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Behavioral psychology is uncovering many common mental lapses and offers new ideas for improving decision making in light of these heuristics.

“Knowledge and Power” by George Gilder
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Economic growth is so easy….

Bailing out the Boneheads
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The recent AIG marketing campaign makes my skin crawl. In what they are calling “America’s Profit,“ AIG boasts that repayment of the bailouts created a positive return for taxpayers.

Jack Bogle: The Father of Passive Funds Gets Active
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I found it very interesting that Bogle directs much of his criticism at the mutual fund industry and even Vanguard itself. Bogle argues that fund companies should be doing a better job challenging the excesses of executives and corporate managers.

Why do women earn lower incomes than men?
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Choosing to work less than 80 hours is not wrong, especially not when all you are going to get is that last 30%.

Mystery Novels Featuring Money Manager Anderson Crown by Donald Jay Korn
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Interview with Donald Jay Korn, author of mystery novels “Payable On Death” and “In For a Pounding” featuring money manager Anderson Crown.

Sound advice for our times from 1946
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“Economics in One Lesson” by Henry Hazlitt is one of the classics which should be required reading before voting. It is interesting to see that he knew more in 1946 than the politicians of our age.

How should we manage a non-profit endowment?
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“There exists a timeless and flexible process for successful investment management decision making that is specifically tailored for Investment Stewards.”

Book Review: The Investment Answer
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When Gordon Murphy, an investment banking veteran, was told he only had six months to live, he decided to use his last days to write a book aimed at changing the way most individual investors think about investing.

How to Live on 24 Hours a Day
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Don’t put off the things that truly matter to you until you have more time. You will never have any more time than what you are given each day.

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