6 edition of The pocket idiot"s guide to mutual funds found in the catalog.
The pocket idiot"s guide to mutual funds
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Pocket idiot"s guide to investing in mutual funds, Pocket idiot"s guide, Investing in mutual funds|
|LC Classifications||HG4530 .E67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||2006940220|
This book isn't expensive and it isn't without merit, but I recommend you look elsewhere. With all due respect to the authors, this book is rather gimmicky. The flow of the book is choppy and at several points the authors drop the ball by treating various subject with a degree of shallowness that is disappointing even for such a small pocket book/5(6). Some mutual funds charge early redemption fees to discourage short-term trading. An exchange fee is a fee charged when an investor swaps one mutual fund for another with the same fund .
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Mutual funds, however, can accept any dollar amount, and they will issue partial shares to get the investor fully invested. ETF investors usually end up with a little bit of cash uninvested, which. More Bestselling For Dummies Titles by Eric Tyson Investing For Dummies® A Wall Street Journal bestseller, this book walks you through how to build wealth in stocks, real estate, and small business as well as other investments. Mutual Funds For Dummies® This best-selling guide is now updated to include current fund and portfolio recommendations.
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The typical mutual fund does not beat that return, plus you have to pay the management fees(or loads if you are unenlightened enough to buy a loan fund) which can run about 2% of your total return. This book goes over all the types of funds and how to pick winners/5(5). The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds: Build Wealth with a Diversified Investment Strategy including mutual fund fundamentals-their different types, fees, and taxes-as well as how to construct one's portfolio and choose the best fund manager.-From a seasoned financial writer Publish your book with B&: Use mutual funds.
Funds offer a low-cost method of investing in bonds and stocks, and you get a professional, full-time fund manager on your team. Understand the pros and cons of funds and alternatives (for example, exchange-traded funds, hedge funds.
First, all mutual funds have an expense ratio, which is the fund's annual operating expenses as a percentage of its assets. The expense ratio includes fees paid to the fund's. Mutual funds are one of the most popular ways for new investors to build wealth. Whether you own them through your retirement plans, such as a (k) or IRA, or you buy them directly or through a brokerage account, this guide to mutual fund investing is designed to help you understand what they are, how they work, and things you may want to consider.
2. Indian Mutual Funds Handbook 5th Edition: A Guide for Industry Professionals and Intelligent Investors. Author – Sundar Sankaran. Why should you read this book. This book is a must read if you want to know how the Indian mutual fund industry works.
It is a handy book when it comes to comparing mutual funds with other avenues. Previously, she was the chief investment officer for Prudential Mutual Funds. Inshe ran the Prudential-Bache (Tax-Managed) Utility Fund, the top-performing mutual fund in the United States.
She is coauthor of The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Stocks. Author: Edward T. Koch,Debra DeSalvo,Joshua A. Kennon; Publisher: Alpha Books ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» An updated handbook on the art of profitable investment describes how to safely invest in such sources as stocks, fixed-income securities, and mutual funds to save for a house, college, and retirement, and.
In "Bogle On Mutual Funds," Vanguard founder and investing legend John C. Bogle teaches you how to develop an effective approach to mutual fund investing. It's one of the most comprehensive books on mutual funds for new investors, covering the four basic types of funds: common stock, bond, money market, and balanced.
Find the complete The Pocket Idiot's Guide book series listed in order. Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Free US shipping on orders over $ The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds (Pocket Idiot's Guides) Lita Epstein From $ A Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds for Beginners Mutual funds are ideal for investors who don't have time or the ability to choose stocks.
By Coryanne Hicks, Contributor Jan. 21, Mutual funds are a robust investment instrument. However, it is important to understand what they are, why to invest in mutual funds and how they can make your money grow before you put in your money.
This simple guide on mutual funds for dummies attempts to answer all your questions. Reese’s Book Club No results. Advanced Search Sample The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds. By: The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds.
By: Lita Epstein. Narrated by: Grover Gardner. Free with day trial. When I invest my own money, I’ve long used the best mutual funds. To make the most of your money when investing in funds, you should be sure that you have your overall finances in order.
You should also understand what works and doesn’t work and what will maximize your chances for success and minimize your chances of problems in funds. Guide to mutual fund investing Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives and risks as well as charges and expenses of the mutual fund before investing.
To obtain a prospectus, contact your Financial Advisor or visit the fund company’s website. The prospectus contains this and other information about the mutual fund. The biggest difference between index funds and traditional mutual funds is this: mutual funds are actively managed, while index funds aren’t.
An actively managed mutual fund has a fund manager who, using his knowledge of the market, selects stocks and tries to time his buying and selling in order to get the best return and beat the market.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Mutual Fund Basics A Mutual Fund is a trust that collects money from investors who share a common financial goal, and invest the proceeds in different asset classes, as defined by the investment objective.
Simply put, mutual fund is a financial intermediary, set up. The Pocket Idiot's Guide™ To Surviving an Audit by Rich Mintzer, Alan Friedfel Get The Pocket Idiot's Guide™ To Surviving an Audit now with O’Reilly online learning. O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from + publishers.
A reduction in risk, therefore, always means a reduction in potential profits. So, hedging, for the most part, is a technique that is meant to reduce potential loss (and not maximize potential gain).
Mutual funds are an excellent idea in theory, but, in reality, they haven't always delivered. Not all mutual funds are created equal, and investing in mutuals isn't as easy as throwing your money at the first salesperson who solicits your business.
(Learn about the pros and cons in Mutual Funds Are Awesome - Except When They're Not.).explore which mutual funds may help you get there. An estimated 96 million individuals and 55 million households in the U.S. owned mutual funds in Source: ICI The ﬁ rst U.S.-based international mutual fund was introduced in Money market mutual funds were introduced in Municipal bond funds were introduced in Source: ICI.Mutual Funds For Dummies.
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