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Paperback- 144 pages (January 1997)
Plume; ISBN: 0452277094
Today there are more and more mutual funds, as more and more people understand that mutual funds are the best place to put money. These funds include the good and the bad, the expensive and the bargain-priced, the short-term and the long-term, the highly secure and the very risky. So how do you find the funds that are right for you without spending a lifetime trying to become a market maven and finding yourself buried in graphs and charts?
No other guide tells you so clearly, so concisely, and so captivatingly:
What you can do very easily is spend a little time with the swiftest, surest, smartest book ever to lead you through the mutual fund maze with wit and wisdom.
The Neatest Little Guide to Mutual Fund Investing
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Is the neatest little guide to mutual fund investing updated? Does the book from 1997 apply to today?
It has not been updated, James, but aside from a much larger selection of funds, and now ETFs comprising much of the business, the basics haven’t changed. If I were to update it, I would show new resources for evaluating funds and devote a whole chapter to ETFs and how to choose between the two, but portfolio allocation and the essential fund types wouldn’t change a bit.
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