Real Money by Jim Cramer
Anyways, before Nate could read his book I opened it up and plunged in the chapter on Investment Basics and after reading about 8 pages of it I was convinced (and realized) that I need to change my balance in investments to fit something more my age. He makes a lot of sense in saying that it's important to contribute to your retirement, even during hard times. But he also says that you should balance the boring (usually low risk, row return) rewards from retirement investing by investing with more 'aggressive' stance, sometimes speculative.
"Silence is foolish if we are wise, but wise if we are foolish." - Charles Caleb Colton