Lee Eisenberg's The Number is a surprisingly fresh take on the issues of savings and retirement.
A housing recovery would help, but we aren't lost without it.
Instead of planning for attention-grabbing hyperinflation, consider today's reality and what's more likely in store.
Nicholas Carr's The Shallows is spotty, but ultimately an important read for today's investor. Clay Shirky's Cognitive Surplus often makes the right points, but in tedious fashion.
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