Mutual Funds For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 31, 2007 - Business & Economics - 385 pages
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Expanded coverage of ETFs, fund alternatives, and Internet research

Cash in on the latest wealth-building techniques with America's #1 best-selling mutual fund book

Want to make the most of mutual funds? Personal finance expert Eric Tyson shares his time-tested investing advice, as well as updates to his fund recommendations and revised coverage of tax law changes, in this user-friendly resource. Sample fund portfolios and updated forms show you exactly how to accomplish your financial goals.

  • Pick the best funds and avoid losers
  • Assemble and maintain a portfolio

  • Evaluate your funds' performance

  • Track and invest in funds online

  • Fix common fund problems

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part I Mutual Funds Sharing Risks and Rewards
7
Part II Evaluating Alternatives to Funds
55
Part III Separating the Best from the Rest
85
Part IV Establishing a Great Fund Portfolio
141
Part V Keeping Current and Informed
279
Part VI The Part of Tens
347
Appendix Recommended Fund Companies and Discount Brokers
367
Index
369
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Eric Tyson, MBA, is a financial counselor, a syndicated columnist, and theauthor of bestselling For Dummies books on personal finance, investing, real estate, and taxes.

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