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The Beginner's Guide to Investing: A Practical Guide to Putting Your Money to Work for You
by:Richard Croft, Eric Kirzner
There's no lack of information for would-be investors out there. The problem is, much of it is directed towards those who are at least reasonably familiar with the markets, the institutions and the peaks and pitfalls of the world of investing. Anyone else is left with the queasy feeling that they're missing out on some great financial opportunities -- if...
There's no lack of information for would-be investors out there. The problem is, much of it is directed towards those who are at least reasonably familiar with the markets, the institutions and the peaks and pitfalls of the world of investing. Anyone else is left with the queasy feeling that they're missing out on some great financial opportunities -- if only they understood what it was all about.That's where "The beginner's Guide to Investing" comes in: a clear and simple layperson's guide, it demystifies the world of investment, the concepts and the language and explains exactly how to go about making those important first investments. Beginning investors will find all the information they need presented in a concise, friendly format: -- Personal investment strategies-- What is income?-- What does the Bank of Canada really do?-- What can a financial institution do for me?-- The Canadian dollar and foreign currencies demystified-- How interest works-- Safety, income and growth investments-- Taxation-- Setting investment strategies-- All about the securities markets-- Mutual funds explained-- Assessing risk vs. return-- RRSP investing-- Building a diversified portfolio
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