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Mutual Funds By American Government
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Over the past decade, American investors increasingly have turned to mutual funds to save for retirement and other financial goals. Mutual funds can offer the advantages of diversification and... More > professional management. But, as with other investment choices, investing in mutual funds involves risk. And fees and taxes will diminish a fund’s returns. It pays to understand both the upsides and downsides of mutual fund investing and how to choose products that match your goals and tolerance for risk. This book explains the basics of mutual fund investing, how mutual funds work, what factors to consider before investing, and how to avoid common pitfalls.< Less
Guide to Mutual Funds Investment By V. T.
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Do you want to park your money somewhere, which gives better return than the banks? Well, you can invest in Mutual Funds. Mutual Funds have been proven to be safe, and the returns are much higher... More > than the low interest rates given by the banks these days. You can simple set aside an amount for your children's study, retirement, etc ... and forget about it. When the funds matured, you just withdraw them out. This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL mutual funds investors, guiding you what mutual funds really are, how to invest and which to pick. Get this ebook, read it, make notes, and start planning your own investment. Get this ebook right now!< Less
graph for mutual fund By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. What implications do you draw from the graph for mutual fund investors? 2. What investment decision would you make for the equity portion of your 401(k) account? Why? "
INVEST WISELY AN INTRODUCTION TO MUTUAL FUNDS By Travis Williams
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This book is a great compliment to "Make Your Money Grow and Retire Wealthy". Inside you'll get information on how mutual funds work; how funds earn money; comparing different funds; tips... More > for comparing performance on funds; and comparing costs.< Less
Beginner's Guide to Top Low Cost Common Stock Mutual Funds By Steve Haberman
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This 137 page, 8 chapter guide, written by a veteran investor, explains how common stock mutual funds work. Included is a chapter that details 13 top low cost funds. In other chapters, taxes are... More > covered as well as explaining why a buy-and-hold strategy beats market timing, where to find other top funds, and guidelines about when to sell.< Less
How to make a Million through Sector mutual funds By Dev Babu
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This short book shows a sound long-term strategy to take advantage of volatility in the market and gain solid returns at the same time using sector mutual funds that focus on fundamental and... More > important sectors of the economy.< Less
Making Money with Funds By Samuel Blankson
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This book sets out to explain how using the personality based stock analysis philosophy, Fibonacci, Elliot Wave analysis, Candlestick charting, MACD and Moving Averages, any investor can consistently... More > profit from trading Mutual Funds. Fund selection is simplified by the use of screeners, and the author explains how these can be created and applied to harvest the right type of fund to profitably trade in any market condition. A must read for anyone wanting to make consistent profits from fund trading without the worry and the uncertainty of price movements.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 8. Investment Guide (Stocks, Mutual Funds, Bonds, Precious Metals, Oil, Collectibles, Antiques) By Tony Kelbrat
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Let's say I'm an old veteran of the market. I've watched it for a lot of years now. I used to watch the stock shows on TV. I don't anymore but I finally figured it out. All those claims that... More > virtually everyone who is involved in the stock business make including financial planners are lying. Some are being deliberately fraudulent but I suspect most are just spewing the myths they were told like the stock market eventually always goes up. Of course, over long periods of time the market will rise but will it rise more than keeping your money safe in a savings bond or CD not to mention the risks? The stock market climbs slowly over five years then all the gains are wiped out in a week. That's reality. I still see them hyping stocks up on the money shows.< Less
Making Money with Funds By Samuel Blankson
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This book sets out to explain how using the personality based stock analysis philosophy, Fibonacci, Elliot Wave analysis, Candlestick charting, MACD and Moving Averages, any investor can consistently... More > profit from trading Mutual Funds. Fund selection is simplified by the use of screeners, and the author explains how these can be created and applied to harvest the right type of fund to profitably trade in any market condition. A must read for anyone wanting to make consistent profits from fund trading without the worry and the uncertainty of price movements.< Less
Exchange -Trade Funds By Homework Help Classof1
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Investment companies, manage the funds of individuals, businesses, and state and local governments, and are compensated for this service by fees that they charge. The fee is tied to the amount that... More > is managed for the client and, in some cases, to the performance of the assets managed. Some asset management companies are subsidiaries of commercial banks, insurance companies, and investment banking companies. As an investment vehicle, open-end funds (i.e., mutual funds) are often criticized for two reasons. First, their shares are priced at, and can be transacted only at, the end-of-the-day or closing price. Specifically, transactions (i.e., purchases and sales) cannot be made at intraday prices, but only at closing prices. Second, while we did not discuss the tax treatment of open-end funds, we note that they are inefficient tax vehicles.< Less