Winning with Your Good Times and Bad

Winning with Your Good Times and Bad

by David Koehler, Gene Walden

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Koehler (a former stockbroker) and Walden (a financial writer) take an in-depth look at the investment world, focusing on how the stockbroker can affect the investor's finances. They investigate what it takes to be a good broker and how an investor can recognize these traits. They also critique large brokerage firms, the role of the financial planner, discount firms, and mutual funds. The latter portion of the book, dealing in investment jargon, becomes similar to works such as Louis Engel and Brendan Boyd's How To Buy Stocks (Bantam, 1982. 7th ed.) that say very little about the broker, but more on stocks. Like other primers, this book contains a good glossary. In all, an up-to-date look at stockmarket investing. Steven J. Mayover, Free Lib. of Philadelphia

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