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Do You Want to Make Money or Would You Rather Fool Around?: John D. Spooner: Books. Best common-sense investment advisor since Peter Lynch. -- Tom Stemberg, Chairman of StaplesSpooner is a stockbroker with a gift of gab...diverting reading for both those enthralled by the stock market and those appalled by it. -- New York TimesSpooner, known nationally as the author of Smart People, Sex and Money, and Confessions of a Stockbroker, is a phenomenon, as much as psychologist and futurist as an investment advisor. -- Inc. MagazineJudging a book by its cover... can really pay off. -- The Chicago TribuneCharming and engaging. . His tone is charming and engaging...Spooner's book is remi niscent of the 1980s bestseller, 'All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.' These are great anecdotes. -- USA TodayClarifies, not mystifies. John Spooner writes to clarify - not mystify. A refreshing call for common sense investing. -- Franklin W. Hobbs, Chairman Walburg Dillon ReadClever and witty!John Spooner is intelligent, clever and witty, and unique in tha t he not only writes with style about making money, but he actually mak es money for his clients. -- Strauss Zelnick, President and CEO of BMG EntertainmentDevilishly funny insights. John Spooner's devilishly funny insights into greed, fear and in vesting in the stock market are right on target. His book is therefore not only entertaining but enormously valuable reading for any sensible investor. -- John Berendt, Author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and EvilNow Spooner has summer up his distinctive approach to personal investing in a little book called Do You Want To Make Money Or Would You Rather Fool Around? It offers very different counsel from the myriad accounts of fabulous wealth creation in Silicon Valley that are now tumbling off the presses.... Instead, it is a deep and cheerful probing of the psychology of personal investing from the point of view of someone who helps manage half a billion dollars of other people's money. -- David Warsh, Boston Globe, October 19, 1999Playboy calls him Playboy's wizard broker... -- Playboy Magazine

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