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:
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How to know when it is safe to be in the market
Millions of investors are so wary of the short-term "dangers" of today's stock market that they avoid stocks, instead keeping their money in low-return safe havens. Sound familiar?
It could be costing you a long-term fortune.
Conquering Stock Market Hype shows you how to get back into the market, garnering excellent returns when stocks are flying--in 2003, for example, the Dow Jones was up more than 25 percent with NASDAQ up 50 percent!--while protecting yourself when the market tumbles. Written in everyday language, this no-nonsense investor's guidebook reveals:
Conquering Stock Market Hype isn't packed with trendy tips and dubious strategies-of-the-moment. Instead, this commonsense book relies on proven research and expert advice to explain how the market really works, and what you need to do to make it work for you. With this book's valuable guidance, you'll learn how to assemble a smart investment portfolio designed to take care of itself--so you can enjoy each day without worrying about every twist and turn of the market.About the Author:
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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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007143707X
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 007143707X