Winning with your stockbroker in good times and bad

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Longman Financial Services Pub., 1988 - Business & Economics - 263 pages
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Tells how to select and evaluate a stock broker, describes the ways brokers work, and offers a glossary of investment terms

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Winning with your stockbroker in good times and bad

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Koehler (a former stockbroker) and Walden (a financial writer) take an in-depth look at the investment world, focusing on how the stockbroker can affect the investor's finances. They investigate what ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER ONE By Any Other Name
3
What a Broker
21
From Different Firms
39
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