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Mutual Funds For Dummies
by Eric Tyson
Are you looking for a trusted resource to help you add mutual funds to your investment strategy? With straightforward advice and a plethora of specific, up-to-date mutual fund recommendations, personal finance expert Eric Tyson helps you avoid fund-investing pitfalls and maximize your chances of success.
Newly revised and updated, Mutual Funds For Dummies quickly and easily helps you pick the best funds, assemble and maintain your portfolio, and evaluate your funds’ performance. In no time, it gets you up and running on exchange-traded funds, tax laws affecting investments in funds, how to evaluate different fund-investing strategies, and much more.
- Plan and implement a successful investment strategy that includes mutual funds
- Avoid fund-investing pitfalls
- Find the best-managed funds that match your financial goals
- Select among mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and other investing options
Complemented with sample fund portfolios and updated forms that show you exactly how to accomplish your financial goals, this is your trusted resource for planning and implementing a successful investment strategy that includes mutual funds.
Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies
by Andrew Bell, Matthew Elder
Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies explains it all, from the basics — what is a mutual fund? — to the not-so-basic — are index funds better than managed funds? Is my MER cutting into my ROI? With information on how mutual funds can be a vital and profitable component of everyone’s retirement plans and how they can help readers build their wealth inside their tax-free savings account, this friendly guide offers the principles Canadians need to know in order to be informed and successful mutual fund investors.
“This book is easy and even fun to read. … Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies is worth the investment if you are looking to build a fund portfolio that suits your needs and will give you healthy, long-term returns.”
—Jeff Dupuis, money.canoe.ca
Personal Finance For Dummies Three eBook Bundle: Personal Finance For Dummies, Investing For Dummies, Mutual Funds For Dummies
by Eric Tyson
Three complete eBooks for one low price! Created and compiled by the publisher, this finance and investing (USA) bundle brings together three of the all-time bestselling For Dummies titles in one, e-only bundle. With this special bundle, you’ll get the complete text of the following titles:
Personal Finance For Dummies, 7th Edition
The proven guide to taking control of your finances. The bestselling Personal Finance For Dummies has helped countless readers budget their funds successfully, rein in debt, and build a strong foundation for the future. Now, renowned financial counselor Eric Tyson combines his time-tested financial advice along with updates to his strategies that reflect changing economic conditions, giving you a better-than-ever guide to taking an honest look at your current financial health and setting realistic goals for the future. Inside, you’ll find techniques for tracking expenditures, reducing spending, and getting out from under the burden of high-interest debt. The bestselling, tried-and-true guide to taking control of finances and is updated to cover current economic conditions.
Investing For Dummies, 6th Edition
Investing For Dummies arms novice investors with Eric Tyson’s time-tested advice along with updates to his investing recommendations and strategies that reflect changing market conditions. You’ll get coverage of all aspects of investing, including how to develop and manage a portfolio; invest in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate; open a small business; and understand the critical tax implications of your investing decisions. This new and updated edition of Investing For Dummies provides a slow-and-steady-wins-the-race message and helps you overcome the fear and anxiety associated with recent economic events, no matter where you are in life from men and women who are beginning to develop an investing plan or want to strengthen their existing investment portfolios, employees making decisions regarding investing in their company’s 401(k) plans or who need to roll them over when changing jobs, young adults who want to begin saving and investing as they land their first jobs, and baby-boomers seeking to shore up their nest eggs prior to retirement. Expanded and updated coverage on investing resources, retirement planning, tax laws, investment options, and real estate. If you’re looking to get sound guidance and trusted investment strategies, Investing For Dummies sets you up to take control of your investment options.
Mutual Funds For Dummies, 6th Edition
Position your portfolio for growth with one of America’s bestselling mutual fund books. Indicators are pointing to a rebound in mutual funds, and investors are returning! Newly revised and updated, Mutual Funds For Dummies, 6th Edition, provides you with expert insight on how to find the best-managed funds that match your financial goals. With straightforward advice and a plethora of specific up-to-date fund recommendations, personal finance expert Eric Tyson helps you avoid fund-investing pitfalls and maximize your chances of success. This revised edition features expanded coverage of ETFs, fund alternatives, and research methods. Tyson provides his time-tested investing advice, as well as updates to his fund recommendations and coverage of tax law changes. Pick the best funds, assemble and maintain your portfolio, evaluate your funds’ performance, and track and invest in funds online with Mutual Funds For Dummies, 6th Edition!
Managing Your Money All-In-One For Dummies
by Consumer Dummies
This easy-to-understand guide shows you how to assess your financial situation, calculate debt, prepare a budget, trim spending, boost your income, and improve your credit score. You’ll find ways to run a money-smart household, reduce waste, and cut medical and transportation expenses as you tackle your debt head-on and develop good saving habits. You’ll even get help choosing the right mortgage and avoiding foreclosure, saving for college or retirement, and determining your home-, car-, and life insurance needs. Discover how to:
- Take charge of your finances
- Manage home and personal finances
- Lower your taxes and avoid tax audits
- Plan a budget and scale back on expenses
- Deal with debt and negotiate with creditors
- Save and invest safely for college or retirement
- Protect your money and assets from fraud and identity theft
- Ensure a comfortable retirement
- Plan your estate and safeguard a will or trust
Managing Your Money All-in-One For Dummies brings you seven great books for the price of one. Can you think of a better way to start managing your money wisely?
Index Investing For Dummies
by Russell Wild
Recommended by finance experts and used extensively by institutional investors, index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) provide unmanaged, diversified exposure to a variety of asset classes. Index Investing For Dummies shows active investors how to add index investments to their portfolios and make the most of their money, while protecting their assets. It features plain-English information on the different types of index funds and their advantage over other funds, getting started in index investing, using index funds for asset allocation, understanding returns and risk, diversifying among fund holdings, and applying winning strategies for maximum profit.
Investing Online For Dummies
by Kathleen Sindell
To be a successful online investor, you need to know your way around the Web and you also need to understand something about investments. Investing Online For Dummies can help you make sound financial decisions by:
- Outlining basic investment fundamentals
- Explaining how stock options work and helping you determine the value of your employee stock option plan
- Pointing out costly traps and ways to avoid them
- Directing you to resources that provide information you need and helping you make sense of it
- Showing you how to use the Internet to become a savvy investor
This 5th edition of Investing Online For Dummies provides clear instructions and ample illustrations, taking you from the basics of online investing to making your own online stock transactions to purchasing bonds online. A few of the things you’ll discover:
- What’s important in an online brokerage and how to locate one that meets your needs
- How to find Internet resources that help you select mutual funds
- How to use stock online screens to find investment candidates that will move you toward your financial goals
- Where to look for direct stock purchase and ShareBuilder plans that let you invest online for as little as $25 a month
- How Internet tools can help you analyze and choose stocks and bonds
- The secrets to paying the lowest commissions when trading online
There’s so much information available on the Internet that you can easily feel overwhelmed. Investing Online For Dummies leads you through that maze, showing you how to get started, what you really need to know, where to go online to find it, and how to get the process underway. When it comes to choosing which cruise to take to celebrate your success, however, you’re on your own!
Investing Online For Dummies
by Matthew Krantz
Expert online investing advice that you can take to the bank!
Want to take firm control of your investments and reach your financial goals, but baffled by the dizzying array of online tools? Start with this bestselling guide. Investing Online For Dummies, 8th Edition will help you build your portfolio with the latest financial management information, tools, and resources available. This top-notch, incredibly popular guide will help you pick stocks, find an online broker, construct a profitable portfolio, research investment data online, parse risk, analyze stocks and financial statements, and so much more.
- Addresses critical issues for beginning investors to understand, from setting expectations to determining how much to invest, assessing your comfort level for risk, and finding a broker you trust
- Guides online investors on how to invest wisely, grow their portfolios, and weigh all their options before making key decisions
- Highlights a variety of websites, online calculators, databases, and online communities that will help you make beneficial decisions
- Explores using online tools to calculate returns and risk, how to select mutual funds with online databases, buying bonds online, and more
Investing Online For Dummies, 8th Edition is one investment that is sure to yield a profit…and fast!
Bond Investing For Dummies
by Russell Wild
Bonds and bond funds are among the safest and most reliable investments you can make to ensure an ample and dependable retirement income—if you do it right! Bond Investing For Dummies helps you do just that, with clear explanations of everything you need to know to build a diversified bond portfolio that will be there when you need it no matter what happens in the stock market.
This plain-English guide clearly explains the pros and cons of investing in bonds, how they differ from stocks, and the best (and worst!) ways to select and purchase bonds for your needs. You’ll get up to speed on the different bond varieties and see how to get the best prices when you sell.
- Covers the ups and downs of today’s market, which reinforces the importance of bonds in a portfolio
- Explains how a radical fall in interest rates make bond investing trickier than ever
- Explores the historic downgrade of U.S. Treasuries and its possible effects on government bonds
If you’re an investor looking for a resource that helps you understand, evaluate, and incorporate bonds into your portfolio, Bond Investing For Dummies has you covered.
Mint.com For Dummies
by Gail A. Perry, Matthew Krantz
Mint.com is a free Web-based personal financial management service that helps you set up your day-to-day finances and track bank, credit card, investment, and loan transactions through a single Web site that is accessible anytime, anywhere in the world that you can access through the Internet. This fun and friendly guide arms you with expert advice for managing your bills, following where your money is going, developing a budget, paying off loans, saving for a house or car, maximizing investments, managing retirement savings, and more. The straightforward and easy-to-understand Dummies writing style shows you how to use Mint.com to get your finances organized—and keep them that way.
- Introduces you to Mint.com, the free personal online finance management service that helps you set up and track your day-to-day finances
- Walks you through the steps for creating a budget based on your current spending habits or creating a budget with goals in mind (saving for a new home or car, paying off college loans early, having a comfortable retirement, etc.)
- Tells you everything you need to do to track bank, credit card, investments, loan transactions and manage your bills
- Shows you how to import and export tax information from Mint.com, including the tax software packages that make it the easiest
- Includes handy checklists, expert tips, invaluable advice, and helpful warnings throughout
Mint.com For Dummies helps you get your daily finances in mint condition!
Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies
by Russell Wild
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have a strong foothold in the marketplace, because they are less volatile than individual stocks, cheaper than most mutual funds, and subject to minimal taxation. But how do you use thisfinancial product to diversify your investments in today’s fast-growing and ever-changing market?
Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies shows you in plain English how to weigh your options and pick the exchange-traded fund that’s right for you. It tells you everything you need to know about building a lean, mean portfolio and optimizing your profits. Plus, this updated edition covers all of the newest ETF products, providers, and strategies, as well as Commodity ETFs, Style ETFs, Country ETFs, and Inverse ETFs.
- Create the stock (equity) side of your portfolio
- Handle risk control, diversification, and modern portfolio theory
- Manage small, large, sector, and international investments
- Add bonds, REITs, and other ETFs
- Invest smartly in precious metals
- Work non-ETFs into your investment mix
- Revamp your portfolio to fit life changes
- Fund your retirement years
Plus, you’ll get answers to commonly asked questions about ETFs and advice on how to avoid mistakes that many investors—even the experienced ones—make. It provides forecasts of the future for ETFs and personal spending and also provides a complete list of ETFs and Web resources to assist your investment. With Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies, you’ll soon discover what makes ETFs the hottest investment on the market.