Building Your Mutual Fund Portfolio: A Passport to Low-risk, High-return Investing

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Dearborn Financial Pub., 1996 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
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Building Your Mutual Fund Portfolio will help you set up a clear, easy-to-follow road map for a low-risk, high-return journey to wealth. Whether you are looking for tax-favored retirement vehicles, ways to fund your child's college education or strategies to boost your investment returns, here's where you will find out how to choose the best mutual fund vehicles for your needs, select a winning portfolio of mutual funds, reduce your expenses and your taxes, avoid the mistakes that could lead you to losses, discover the advantages of closed-end funds, and find out the best ways to handle bear markets.
The book features sample portfolios, brief profiles of a dozen prominent portfolio managers, tips to guide your investing strategies, Traveler's Advisories that point out traps to avoid, interview questions to help you select the best broker, a look ahead to investment opportunities in the next decade and "101 Tips for a Safe and Profitable Journey." To help you get started, the book also includes a glossary and an appendix of information on locating fund families and sources of investment information.

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Modes of Transportation 96
Choosing Your Path
Exploring AllinOne Funds

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About the author (1996)

Albert J. Fredman, PhD, is professor of finance at California State University.

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