Synopses & Reviews
One of the most successful investment primers ever published, with sales in excess of 200,000 copies in all editions, How to Invest $50-$5,000
teaches even the most inexperienced investor how to take as little as $50 and turn it into a financial windfall. It covers the full range of personal finance and investment, from selecting a bank and credit union to making sense of the financial pages to building a solid portfolio, and it is the only guide organized incrementally by the amount of investment the reader wants to make. This approach ensures easy access to the information without having to wade through pages of irrelevant data. In addition, the book includes specific recommendations on stocks, bonds and mutual funds; five things to look for when selecting a mutual fund; advice on how to buy stocks without a broker; nine easy and painless ways to save money; and a primer on IRAs, SEPs, 401(k)s and Keoughs.
Comprehensive, up to date and extremely accessible, this unique resource could be the best financial investment the small investor ever makes.
About the Author
Nancy Dunnan is one of the nations most respected financial advisors. In addition to her regular appearances on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg Radio, and Business News Network, Dunnan writes regular columns for Bottom Line Tomorrow, Family PC Magazine, TheOnlineInvestor.com, and BuyandHold.com. Dunnan is the author of numerous books on finance, including Never Call Your Broker on Monday, Never Balance Your Checkbook on Tuesday, and The Dun and Bradstreet Guide to Your Investments.