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- Full title: Getting Back to Business: Why Modern Portfolio Theory Fails Investors and How You Can Bring Common Sense to Your Portfolio 1st Edition
- Edition: 1st
- Copyright year: 2018
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (Professional)
- Author: Daniel Peris
- ISBN: 9781260135329, 9781351621779
- Format: PDF
Description of Getting Back to Business: Why Modern Portfolio Theory Fails Investors and How You Can Bring Common Sense to Your Portfolio 1st Edition:
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