Mutual funds: how to invest with the pros

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Wiley, May 20, 1988 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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In this revised and updated version of Mutual Funds: How to Invest with the Pros, Kurt Brouwer-often called the Ralph Nader of mutual funds-takes the reader into the private offices of nine investment professionals, to reveal no-holds-barred interviews on investment strategy. Describes different types of funds and how they work. It further explains how to evaluate and select the right fund, and tailor it to your specific needs. Shows how the individual investor can get the same results with mutual funds as heavy-hitters do with their big-money portfolios and expensive advisors.

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Contents

Even Investor Wants the Highest Possible Return with
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High Risk Seldom Equals High Return
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To Invest with the Pros You Have to Think Like One
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Dont Try to Sip from a Fire Hose
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A Quick Look at Todays Mutual Funds
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How Mutual Funds Are Structured
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Find Out Which
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Wall Street May Be the Best Place
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Shortcut to Success
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Seven Red Flags That May Be Flying in Your Face
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Step by Step with Mutual Funds from
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Tracking Your Funds
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The Boomerang
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Say Goodbye
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If You Fail to Plan Youre Planning
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Take Their Smartest Strategies
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Set Your Sights on Success
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Scouting Out Stock Market Peaks and Valleys
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Winning Demands Desire Drive and Determination
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