Investing for Dummies: Easyread Large Bold Edition
Every book is written with a certain reader in mind, and this book is no different: You may have some investments, but you're looking to develop a full-scale investment plan....You'd like to strengthen your portfolio....You want to evaluate your investment advisor's advice....You have a company-sponsored investment plan, like a 401(k), and you're looking to make some decisions or roll it over into a new plan....If one or more of these descriptions sound familiar, you've come to the right place.
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