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Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book?
Old 05-21-2005, 05:41 PM   #1
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Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book?

Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book? Any opinions? He seems to suggest investing more on foreigh stocks and sector investing (for enhanced return).

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Re: Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book?
Old 05-21-2005, 05:52 PM   #2
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Re: Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book?

Haven't read it but MarketWatch.com interviewed him about his book on 5/16. You can find it at

http://www.marketwatch.com/tvradio/d...sp?siteid=mktw

Scroll down the page about half way.

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Re: Has anyone read Jeremy Siegel's book?

Siegel's Recommendations:

Vanguard Total Stock market Index Fund (VTSMX) 30.00%
Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund (VGTSX). 20.00%
High Dividend Stocks (Dow High Dividend ETF, S&P 10, REIT, Dow 10, the Dow Core 10 the S&P 10 and the S&P Core 10.) 10.00%
Value Stocks (Low P/E, P/B) e.g, BRK-B 10.00%
Sector: pharmaceuticals, oil and natural resources (Energy), and consumer staples 10.00%
Global (e.g., S&P 100, Dow Jones Global Titans) 10.00%
100 lowest P/E S&P highest dividend Stocks 10.00%
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