Winning With The Market: Beat the Traders and Brokers in Good Times and Bad (Wall Street Jounal Book)
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Titel: Winning With The Market: Beat the Traders ...
Verlag: Free Press
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
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Veteran "Wall Street Journal" editor Douglas Sease provides the tools necessary to build a powerful, lifetime investment programme that changes according to your life circumstances. More people than ever appear to be investing in the global economy, but, meanwhile, the financial services industry seems to be luring investors into paying out for brokerage fees for "expert" input. This book provides unbiased advice on how to build a custom investment plan without paying a broker. It shows how individuals can use a combination of low-cost, easy to purchase investment vehicles, like stock index mutual funds, to build a portfolio that should provide maximum returns. Sease argues that investors can create an individualized and successful investment strategy that they will control.Review:
Winning with the Market, by Wall Street Journal editor and frequent TV financial commentator Douglas R. Sease, clearly presents a positive, no-nonsense investing approach that can be applied during any stage of life with as few expenses or associated time commitments as possible. In the first section, Sease explains why putting one's savings into stocks, bonds, and mutual funds is (and should remain) the best way to meet individual financial goals--and why stock index funds and inflation-indexed Treasury bonds are his vehicles of choice for doing so. In the second section he explains the concept of asset allocation--"a fancy term to describe the process of balancing your investment portfolio among cash, stocks, and bonds to suit your own lifestyle, your financial goals, and your tolerance for risk"--and outlines appropriate mixes for readers in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and, 60s. A final section recommends specific index funds that concentrate on U.S. or foreign stocks in various size and special-interest configurations, and provides locations where accounts can be created to buy Treasury bonds directly. Sease concedes that readers may not beat the market by following his advice, but these suggestions should allow the average investor to match it with relative ease. --Howard Rothman
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