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Book Review: 'The Ten Roads to Riches'

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Book Review Title: "The Ten Roads to Riches: The Ways The Wealth Got There (And How You Can Too!)" Author: Ken Fisher with Lara Hoffmans Publisher: Wiley, 2009; 228 pages; $16.95 Ask a stockbroker how to get rich, and the stockbroker will usually give you stock picks. Ask a real estate broker, and that broker will dig out a statistic proving that real estate is the only way to riches. Entrepreneurs "know" they'll never get rich working for someone else. In "The Ten Roads to Riches: The Ways the Wealthy Got There (And How You Can Too!)," Forbes columnist and money manager Ken Fisher makes a strong case that each of these paths can lead to riches, but none of them owns the exclusive. In the book's 10 modular (read: standalone) chapters, Fisher backs up his arguments that each of these roads leads to wealth: 1. Starting a business, which Fisher deems "the richest road"2. Becoming the CEO of an existing company3. Hitching your wagon t...