Investing for Dummies
Build an investment portfolio and watch your returns multiplyInvesting can be one of the quickest ways to make money, but if you think investing is only for the super-rich, think again. Whether you want to invest in shares, property, bonds or other assets, this friendly guide enables you to make sound and sensible investment choices, whatever your budget.So if you're looking to get a first foot on the ladder or want to add to a brimming portfolio, this updated edition provides you with the expert advice you need to make successful investments. Get started - take your first steps on the money trail with some investment basics Build your portfolio - follow expert advice on investment options Invest wisely - find out how to minimise the risk of investment gambles Look ahead - examine the markets to decide which investment will net you a fortune in the year ahead Broaden your horizons - start looking further afield and get the lowdown on more exotic investmentsOpen the book and find: How to square off risks with returns A step-by-step breakdown on how the stock market works Techniques for examining investment-linked insurance plans Advice on choosing an independent financial advisor Why investing in your pension is so important A guide to banking on bonds Guidance on coping with the fall-out of the financial crisis Ways to analyse stock-market-quoted companies
- 2010 Wiley Publishing
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