The Money ClubBook - 2007 | Rev. ed
Sheba Investment Network (SIN) is a group of women who meet once a month to have fun and make money. Nine years ago, only one of them had ever owned a share before. Now, they hold stockmarket investments that have a 30%-35% return---an excellent investment by anyone's standard. They taught themselves how to do it, and in The Money Club they show readers how they, too, can set up their own money club. The group was an offshoot of a book club. Its members thought, 'If we can have fun together reading and discussing books, why don't we expand our skills, acquire an understanding of investment, and make some money!' And so they did. With almost half of all Australians now dabbling in the stockmarket, this subject continues to be of interest to the general public. The book is a great, lively read---as you would expect from a group where the social aspect is as important as the money. In it, the women tell their stories, both their successes and their mistakes. It includes all the administrative aspects of running such a club as well, so all readers have to do is copy the Partnership Agreement, or follow the prompts on keeping accounts. It couldn't be easier.
Publisher: Milsons Point, N.S.W. : Random House Australia, 2007
Edition: Rev. ed
Branch Call Number: ANF 332.63220994 MONE
Characteristics: 177 p. ; 21 cm