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Posted March 13, 2010
Great Financial Handbook For New Investors
Whether you are new to investing or someone with financial background, you both will find this book very useful.
Nancy Dunnan has written a compelling financial guide, with a great introduction, a useful financial calendar and six different parts explaining how to invest, where to invest, and how to get the more of your capital from $50, $500,$1000,$2000, to $5000.
The book couldn't be organized better, every chapter is very comprehensive, it explains the different investment vehicles for a given investment amount. She is very accurate in citing her sources, her website links mentioned in every chapter are up to date.
What is great about this book is that she did not follow the usual asset allocation; stocks, bonds, and cash. Instead, she allocated every investment vehicle according to the dollar amount invested.
The research is outstanding, a great review of bonds, mutual funds, cash and retirement instruments.
If available on ebook format, it would be a great reference guide to keep in your computer.
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