17 Laws of Successful Investing: Ignore Them at Your Own Risk
This book contains the 17 immutable "laws" of investing that when followed lead to greater wealth. A simple "wealth creation formula" is introduced. The book covers investments rated by risk, time frames of investing, how to reduce taxes, the best types of retirement plans, asset allocation strategies and how to manage "fear and greed".
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17 Laws 20-year period Ability to Save advisor amount Asset Allocation Strategy asset classes Automatic average annual return Average Common Stock bear market benefit bull market Buy and Hold capital gains Compound Interest contributions Convertible Bonds Corporate Bonds creating wealth diversification Dividend Rollover dividends and capital Dollar Cost Averaging earned income eligible employees fear fluctuation Frack Frick fund selection goals greed greed and fear growth stocks holding period Hopefully important individual stocks inflation and taxation interest rates invested $1 investing in individual Investment Choices investment selection investors IRS penalty lesser of 15 long-term losing money manage maximum ment month mutual funds never paying taxes performance portfolio rate of return Results of Investing Retirement Accounts retirement plan risk SAR-SEP stock investing stock market Successful Investing Table tax bracket tax-deferred tax-free bond fund Treasury Bills variable annuities Wealth Creation Formula