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The Inheritance:
A Stock-Picking Story
by Pamela Ayo Yetunde
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Paperback - 192 pages (September, 2000)
Marabella Books; ISBN: 1-928775-04-7; Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

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The Jamison family inherits stock in a company but does not know what to do with it.  Seeking assistance, they meet a grandfatherly stockbroker who sometimes confuses teaching with preaching. With the promise of more stock if they prove they are good investors, twin brothers Isaac and Ishmael begin a seven-year contest to determine who is the better investor.  

Are you blindly investing in the stock market today?  
Does all the mystery of investment jargon turn you off?  
Do you really understand your investments?

In this engaging and insightful story, Pamela Ayo Yetunde provides practical guidelines for building a stock portfolio and understanding the stock market.  This book helps you understand:


How the stock market works


How to research a company in an afternoon


How to build and manage a stock portfolio


When to buy and when to sell

Whether you have inherited stock or want to create an inheritance for your family’s future, The Inheritance is a must read for anyone interested in building wealth and a family legacy.

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Why aren’t more money books written like this?  It reads like a novel so you don’t realize how much you’re learning. I recommend it to everyone regardless of nationality, especially if you are ready to be entertained instead of put to sleep. This one’s a winner! -- Barbara Stanny, author of Prince Charming Isn’t Coming

If you find the topic of investing to be complex, you need to read this book.  Pamela Ayo Yetunde has taken confusing investment concepts and put them in the context of a compelling story.  This may be the first personal finance book that you ever read from cover to cover.  -- Deborah Owens, author and host of How Your Money Works radio

It's about time more families started making 'inheritance' a topic of daily discussion as they plan prosperous futures together. -- Wanda Sabir, Oakland Tribune  Read the article-->

Pamela Ayo Yetunde’s The Inheritance speaks to those who are traditionally disenfranchised and underrepresented in the “owning” class of our society.  It is about the power of believing in yourself, building your resources, working within your community, and giving back every step of the way.  Yetunde articulates a compelling vision of a more just world, while simultaneously offering useful, easy-to-understand financial information.  It is an inspirational story and a financial literacy primer all in one package.  -- Alissa Hauser, Executive Director, Resourceful Women

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