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The New Commonsense Guide to Mutual Funds
The New Commonsense Guide to Mutual Funds : Mary Rowland : Vision Books : Book (ISBN: 8170944791)
Price: Rs. 280
Latest Print in 2008
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In this top-selling book, one of America’s pre-eminent financial journalists,
cuts through the hype and confusion surrounding mutual funds and tells you
exactly what you need to know:
DO build your
portfolio with at least three "core" mutual funds.
DO use index
DON’T try to
time the market.
DO invest in
different asset classes.
DON’T buy (or
sell) a fund based on recent performance alone.
DO look for
in a fund that’s too big for its britches.
DO add to your
holdings with an automatic-investment program.
DON’T rely too
much on ratings.
Whether you’re looking for an edge or are just starting to invest, this book
will show you how mutual funds work and how you can use them to meet your
"Nuts and Bolts of fund investing" —The Wall Street Journal, USA
“It’san outstanding resource: concise, complete, informative, and straightforward." —Charles Jaffe, The Boston Globe, USA
“Nuts and bolts of fund investing for the true neophyte, plus an excellent section on measuring an investor’s tolerance for risk…you will most assuredly refer to it again and again.” —The Wall Street Journal, USA
“Remarkable! A splendid combination of wisdom and simplicity. The Dos and Don’ts offer a priceless education in what investors really need to know.” —John C. Bogle, Senior Chairman and Founder, Vanguard Group
Mary Rowland is a distinguished U.S. columnist and author specializing in personal finance and financial planning issues. Her work has appeared in The New York Times and in
Bloomberg Personal Finance, Dow Jones Investment Advisor, Modern Maturity, and many other major American magazines. For 20 years she has looked at financial planning from both sides, interviewing financial advisors and portfolio managers for professional journals and writing for consumers on such issues as selecting a financial planner. She is also the author of
A Commonsense Guide to Your 401 (k) and Best Practices for Financial Advisors, and speaks frequently at industry conferences and investment seminars. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with her husband and two children.
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