"Once again Ric Edelman has told investors the truth. Whether it's how to select an appropriate portfolio, invest for college, or recognize practices that are not in the investor's best interest, Ric arms investors with information they can use to make wise investment decisions and protect their assets. And he does it with wit and enthusiasm. Read The Lies About Money. You won't be disappointed."
--Don M. Blandin, president and CEO, Investor Protection Trust
"This is a thriller, a real page-turner! Imagine one of America's biggest, most successful financial advisors sells all his own retail mutual funds. Why? I couldn't put it down, had to find out more! If I sell mine, then what? You'll love Ric's solution. The Lies About Money is a must-read thriller...if you want to retire rich!"
--Paul B. Farrell, JD, PhD, columnist, DowJones/ MarketWatch and author of The Lazy Person's Guide to Investing, The Millionaire Meditation, and Zen Millionaire
"Just when you thought the financial waters were safe, Ric Edelman shows that the mutual fund industry is like a shark waiting to be fed, and why you should be afraid, very afraid. But after reading The Lies About Money, you won't have to be afraid anymore."
--Donald J. Farish, president, Rowan University
"Once again, Ric Edelman comes to the aid of investors everywhere. His new book is clearly written -- informative and entertaining -- and will be of great use to both novices and experts. His thought-provoking ideas are a refreshing challenge to conventional thinking, and you owe it to yourself to read The Lies About Money."
~Richard J. Koreto, editor in chief, Wealth Manager magazine
"If you're an independent-minded investor, don't miss this book. In it, Ric helps you understand how to build a low-cost, unique and diversified long-term investment portfolio based on your personal needs and goals -- and he does it in plain English."
--Joe Moglia, CEO, TD AMERITRADE
"This is the best retirement planning book I have ever read."
– David Bach, author of the Finish Rich Book Series