Description - Money Talks by Juliette Fairley
Black America's Financial Elite Tell You How the Money Machine Works-and How to Increase Your Personal Wealth "Investment books tend to be as dry as the Sahara at high noon, but Money Talks is a stellar exception. Fairley has compiled a book full of practical tips ...a guided tour through the labyrinth of finance with some of the most savvy money people in America. The chance to take that journey is well worth the price of admission."-Ellis Cose, author, The Rage of a Privileged Class and Color-Blind "All Americans will cherish this literary work which captures the thoughts and deeds of Black America's financial elite. These men and women are playing a major role in reshaping the economic fabric of America. They are pioneers; they are trailblazers; but more importantly, they are Financial Freedom Fighters."-Kelvin Boston, author, Smart Money Moves for African Americans and publisher, Moneywise Magazine "In her distillation of these successful individuals' approaches to wealth-building, Fairley creates models by which the reader can learn to adjust his or her attitude about investing.
Each person's story reiterates basic approaches to saving and allocating money, always in the context of individual achievement."-Alvin D. Hall, author, Getting Started in Stocks "In Money Talks, Juliette Fairley achieves a rare combination: she tells the inspiring stories of financial experts, coupled with sound advice on managing money and building wealth. This book is not only for African Americans, it's an understandable, jargon-free guide for everyone."-Jane Tillman Irving, broadcast journalist
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Author Biography - Juliette Fairley
JULIETTE FAIRLEY is a financial journalist whose articles have appeared in the New York Times, Newsday, and many other publications. She is also the personal finance correspondent for The Street: Making Your Money Work for You, a weekly business show on the Black Education Network.