Smart readers will invest in this no-nonsense guide. Investing in today's markets can be complicated and risky for the average person. With so many avenues-and supposed qfinancial advisorsq-to choose from, it's nearly impossible to know what to do. Here is everything the aspiring investor needs to get started, 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 -Pocket-sized format for quick referenceFor example, if you hold 100 percent of your portfolio in stock mutual funds, that can be a risky portfolio with a good chance for growth but also a greater possibility of loss ifthe stock market drops in value. If you hold 100 percent of your portfolioanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2007-06-05|