Comfort Zone Investing: Build Wealth and Sleep Well at Night

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Macmillan, Feb 6, 2007 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Investing doesn't have to be stressful. Read this book to help you make money---and relax. You'll find what you need to know about the stock market, what moves it, what makes a great stock, and insider tips on how to invest. It's all in language you can understand, with easy-to-follow directions, so you can start building wealth today and sleep well tonight. Inside you'll find the secrets of investing professionals, as well as the essentials of building a Core Portfolio that works for you in good times and bad. It's not about overnight success. It's about slowly and surely increasing your financial well-being with tested ideas that have proven themselves worthy of your money. In a few hours, you'll learn more than most investors do in a lifetime. Ted Allrich spent more than thirty years on Wall Street, including ten as an investment adviser, and his knowledge will help you succeed. If you want to understand the stock market, invest without stress, and make sound investments, this book is for you.
  

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Contents

Using Mutual Funds
3
Find Your Comfort Zone
20
Common Myths and the Realities Behind Them
41
Part II
49
Whats a Fed Head? The Big Picture and How to See It
65
Sectors and Industry Groups
87
Build Your Portfolio
99
Six Elements of Great Stocks
115
Its Your Money Machine
149
Day Trading Is for Dummies
161
Invest Like a Pro
175
Four Ways to Invest and a Few Words About IRAs
182
Part V
191
Get Going The First Steps
205
Resources
211
Index
233

Bountiful Bonds
128
New Industry New Company New Markets
141

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About the author (2007)

Ted Allrich lives in Northern California. He has an MBA from Stanford University and founded the Web site The Online Investor (www.theonlineinvestor.com), based on his bestselling book of the same name. He also manages money for private clients and is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Bank of Internet USA, Inc. (www.bofiholding.com).

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