Conquering Stock Market Hype

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 22, 2004 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Reliable guidance for investors who are reluctant to get back into the market

Millions of investors burned by the crashes and spikes of today’s stock market are staying on the sidelines, and it’s costing them a fortune. Conquering Stock Market Hype explains to skittish investors what is really going on, why markets are safer than they look, and how investors can take full advantage of stock market profits without once again exposing themselves to undue risk. Nonthreatening and easy to understand, Conquering Stock Market Hype distills wide-ranging and detailed research and knowledge into a package that is both accessible and reassuring. Investors will value its factual and straightforward explanations of:

  • Strategies for recognizing market tops and bottoms
  • Which types of investments are best for novice investors
  • Signals that the market is overbought or oversold

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Part II Steps to Take after the Bell Has Rung
Epilogue Bringing It Together
Appendix A Summary of 2003 Tax Law Changes
Appendix B TaxDeferred Savings Plans
Appendix C College Savings Plans
Appendix D Largest Index Funds and ETFs
Glossary What Wall Street Really Means

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Allan Campbell, C.F.A. (Eastampton Township, NJ) is chief investment officer of Daiwa Asset Management (America). A former portfolio manager for ABD International Management (a subsidiary of Dresdner Bank), Campbell also managed Value Line’s Strategic Asset Management Fund.

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