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There is, as with everything else in life, a downside to index funds. For one thing,
when The Wall Street Journal each quarter publishes its scorecard of how all the
mutual funds performed, you won't find your index funds among the top 50 ...
Author: John A. Prestbo
A comprehensive investment handbook divided into four sections details why readers should invest 10% of their long-term portfolio into overseas markets, what markets to invest in, and what are the best strategies for overseas investing.
SPECIAL INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES QUANT FUNDS These funds are named
for their quantitative investment style - they aim to beat the index funds they
imitate by relying on statistical analysis to decide which securities will top the ...
Author: Kenneth M. Morris
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Traces the history of money and discusses stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures, and options.
Index Funds are effectively armchair investments: Once you pick the indexes you
want to be in, you can pretty much kick back in your armchair and watch TV.
These are lowmaintenance, low-cost mutual funds built to mimic the price
Author: Jeff D. Opdyke
From America’s most authoritative source: the quintessential primer on understanding and managing your money Money courses through just about every corner of our lives and has an impact on the way we live today and how we’ll be able to live in the future. Understanding your money, and getting it to work for you, has never been more important than it is today, as more and more of us are called upon to manage every aspect of our financial lives, from managing day-to-day living expenses to planning a college savings fund and, ultimately, retirement. From The Wall Street Journal, the most trusted name in financial and money matters, this indispensable book takes the mystery out of personal finance. Start with the basics, learn how they work, and you’ll become a better steward of your own money, today and in the future. Consider The Wall Street Journal Complete Personal Finance Guidebook your cheat sheet to the finances of your life. This book will help you: • Understand the nuts and bolts of managing your money: banking, investing, borrowing, insurance, credit cards, taxes, and more • Establish realistic budgets and savings plans • Develop an investment strategy that makes sense for you • Make the right financial decisions about real estate • Plan for retirement intelligently Also available—the companion to this guidebook: The Wall Street Journal Personal Finance Workbook, by Jeff D. Opdyke Get your financial life in order with help from The Wall Street Journal. Look for: • The Wall Street Journal Complete Money and Investing Guidebook • The Wall Street Journal Complete Identity Theft Guidebook • The Wall Street Journal Complete Real Estate Investing Guidebook
The largest such fund is the Vanguard 500 Index Fund. bttt it has many imitators.
Similar index funds are modeled on the Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks,
the Dowjones Wilsliire total stock market index and other popular stock market ...
Author: Dave Kansas
Unravel the Mysteries of the Financial Markets—the Language, the Players, and the Strategies for Success Understanding money and investing has never been more important than it is today, as many of us are called upon to manage our own retirement planning, college savings funds, and health-care costs. Up-to-date and expertly written, The Wall Street Journal Complete Money and Investing Guidebook provides investors with a simple—but not simplistic—grounding in the world of finance. It breaks down the basics of how money and investing work, explaining: • What must-have information you need to invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds • How to see through the inscrutable theories and arcane jargon of financial insiders and advisers • What market players, investing strategies, and money and investing history you should know • Why individual investors should pay attention to the economy Written in a clear, engaging style by Dave Kansas, one of America’s top business journalists and editor of The Wall Street Journal Money & Investing section, this straightforward book is full of helpful charts, graphs, and illustrations and is an essential source for novice and experienced investors alike. Get your financial life in order with help from The Wall Street Journal. Look for: • The Wall Street Journal Complete Personal Finance Guidebook • The Wall Street Journal Personal Finance Workbook • The Wall Street Journal Complete Real Estate Investing Guidebook
Author: William H. Fisher
"Continuing Greenwood's Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals Research Series is this important survey of U.S. business journals. Used to trace the development of the business press, the 100 periodicals that were chosen for inclusion represent university, association, and commercial publishers. . . . The descriptions are well written and mention noteworthy articles, special issues, and distinctive features. Comparisons between the journals are especially interesting and useful. . . . Business Journals continues the quality of previous volumes of the series and is an excellent resource for business, academic, and large public libraries." Library Journal
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
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