Investing DemystifiedBook - 2005
The Demystified series has been an overall success for McGraw-Hill, with its coursework-related titles selling many thousands of copies apiece (see below). Investing Demystified branches out from high school and college subjects into the business arena with a self-teaching guide that takes the confusion out of basic investing concepts. With an objective, agnostic approach, Investing Demystified jumps into important concepts without dancing around too many general personal finance issues. Readers will immediately find out what investing is all about. From comprehensive descriptions of competing investing philosophies (e.g. buy-and-hold vs active trading) to the tools needed to select assets, the book is a helpful, practical guide for anyone who has been befuddled by investing. Readers will easily find answers to such questions as, what is investing?; who should invest?; where should I invest my money?; and how should I choose among all the investment options?. Complete with quizzes and even a final exam, readers will be tested as to their ability to understand key terms and concepts. reader, allowing them to realize what types of investors they are, what their time horizons are, and what mix of assets is best for them. In this hands-on guide, readers will discover important topics such as: UNK] How investing is different from saving and consuming UNK] What influences the stock and bond markets - and why that's important UNK] How to go about picking the right assets Following the easy-to-use format of the books in the...Demystified series, Investing Demystified cuts straight to the chase, providing readers with an informed, comprehensive guide that takes the confusion out of the investing process.
Publisher: New York : 2005
Branch Call Number: ANF 332.6 LIM
Characteristics: 368 p. ; 24 cm