The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference (Hardback)
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The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference (Hardback)

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Hardback 541 Pages / Published: 01/10/2000
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How - and why - today's most popular investments work finally - the handy one-stop resource for every term, tool, style, and strategy you need to know! "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference" puts today's most important - and often misunderstood - investment information at your fingertips. A concise, complete encyclopedia of the terms and concepts that form the foundation of modern investing, it will ensure that you depend on knowledge and facts, instead of cross-your-fingers guesswork, when making your most important investment decisions. The only book on the market to make perfect sense out of every important aspect of today's tumultuous, high-stakes investment arena, "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference" is the ideal fingertip reference for any investor - from beginner to veteran.Turn to it for every question you have on topics including: the U.S. economy; buying and selling stocks and bonds; international economies and investing NYSE, Nasdaq, and other financial exchanges; types of risk IRAs, 401(k)s, annuities, and other retirement plans; custodial accounts and trusts; mutual funds; life insurance; options and futures; real estate and real estate investment trusts (REITs); precious metals; investment strategies; financial media; important websites; and, acronyms. From simple savings bonds to international hedge funds, and from calculating interest to forecasting stock returns, "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference" is the one book you need to understand every aspect of today's investment marketplace. Unless you know everything there is to know about today's tumultuous investment environment - and we mean everything - you need a copy of "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference" on your bookshelf or desktop. Why? Because it's all here.What are the many important differences between a deductible IRA and a Roth IRA? Look them up in chapter 6. Inexpensive strategies to reduce your stock market risk with covered calls? Options and more are explained in chapter 14. How to use technical analysis to buy stocks just before they shoot up in price are explained in chapter 18. This one-of-a-kind reference will help you make the right decisions in virtually every area of your investment life.Whether you are a beginning investor acquainting yourself with the basics or a seasoned professional who needs quick, reliable answers to the questions you face everyday, you can turn to this invaluable resource for: strategies for finding virtually any information you need - free - on the internet; ways to invest aggressively - yet prudently - in your IRA or other retirement account; a complete glossary - with definitions of over 300 key terms and concepts; proven techniques for successfully managing risk while still achieving high returns; comprehensive descriptions of major investment styles - plus how to determine which work best for you; in-depth examination of key economic indicators - from interest rates to economic reports; descriptions of international markets and exchanges; and, fascinating sections on investment pioneers like Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch - and their impact on today's markets. In a world in which informed investing has become an essential part of everyone's life, only one person - you - will make sure your investments are handled appropriately. Make sure you always have the honest, understandable, and accessible information you need, with "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference". Look to "The McGraw-Hill Investor's Desk Reference" for valuable information on: stocks and bonds - which to buy, basic valuation techniques, and how to place trades; mutual funds - open- versus closed-end, dollar-cost averaging, and the best-performing no-load funds; online investing - electronic trading strategies and systems, opening an online account; international investing - evaluating risks and rewards, ADRs, emerging markets, Brady bonds; life insurance and annuities - whether to buy term or whole life, and where to find the best deals; and, real estate - how to evaluate a property and judge its investment potential for you.

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
ISBN: 9780071359450
Number of pages: 541
Weight: 932 g
Dimensions: 236 x 160 x 33 mm

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