Black Enterprise Guide to Investing

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Wiley, Nov 28, 2000 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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From the Nation’s #1 Authority On Black Business

Black Enterprise

Learn how to:

  • Start investing with $250, $100, or less
  • Harness the financial markets and meet your goals for the future
  • Invest on the web
  • Find a broker or financial planner to suit your needs
  • Teach your kids about investing

Learn how to invest safely and successfully–A powerful resource for novices and experienced investors alike

It’s time to take control of your financial destiny. Written by Black Enterprise’s personal finance columnist, James Anderson, the Black Enterprise Guide to Investing demystifies investing for beginners and provides a gold mine of solid, practical, easy-to-understand information about stocks, bonds, mutual funds, money markets, and other important investment vehicles. With the help of many fascinating and instructive real-life stories of people who learned to make investing a part of their long-term financial strategy–as well as helpful hints and insights from African-American investors, brokers, and financial planners–Anderson fills you in on what you need to know about:

  • Getting started with as little as $100 or less
  • Acceptable and unacceptable investment risks
  • Choosing and working with investment professionals
  • Developing the right investment strategy for your means and goals
  • Online investing and using the Web to find and research opportunities and monitor your investments
  • Special interest investments, including mutual funds run by black-owned firms

Special Bonus

To keep you abreast of the latest business and money management information, Black Enterprise is pleased to offer:

  • A free issue of Black Enterprise magazine
  • A free Wealth Building Kit
  • A discount coupon for savings off the registration fee at Black Enterprise events

(See inside coupons for details.)

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About the author (2000)

JAMES A. ANDERSON is a finance columnist for Black Enterprise magazine. He has written for Smart Money and the Dow Jones News Service and has freelanced for the New York Times, Money, Barron's, and BusinessWeek Online. Anderson also teaches journalism at the Lehman Campus of the City College of New York.

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