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Surviving the Recession
Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you are aware of the current state of the economy. There doesn't seem to be an end in sight. It affects all of us either directly or indirectly. This isn't something "new." We've been through this before. The only upside of our situation this time is that we now have more sophisticated ways to share information. When faced with an economic crisis, either individually or collectively, our first inclination is to cut out luxuries. That's a pretty obvious ste... more info>>
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Cash Stretching 101
Think you know everything there is to know about squeezing value out of a dollar? We are NEVER to smart to learn a new thing or two especially when it comes to money. Learn how you can discover new and innovative ways to stretch your cash. You'll be glad you did!
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Your Credit Score: How to Fix, Improve, and Protect the 3-Digit Number that Controls Your Financial Future
A complete action plan for improving your credit score--starting today! Information that could save you thousands on credit and insurance ... even help you get your next job! Explains the rules, explodes the myths! Up-to-the-minute information on today's radically new credit scoring system from MSN/L.A. Times personal finance journalist Liz Pulliam Weston.
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Wills or Trusts
An insiders guide to Wills and Trusts. Covers terms, trustees, wills, estates, even has a sample Living Trust Document to allow you to fill in the blanks.
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Fixer-Upper Fortunes
Ever want to make money buying houses, fixing them and turning around and selling them for a profit? Sal teaches you exactly what he did to turn around a $43,969. profit in just 3 weeks time even if you've never used a paintbrush! Here's a taste of what you will learn: How to develop a "game plan" that guarantees your success, The best way to finance your fixer-upper, ow to use contractors to do the work and still make a handsome profit and more.
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Finance Just in Time: Understanding the Key to Business and Investment Before It's Too Late
A text examining the analytical tools employed on Wall Street and the accepted wisdom of contemporary business and economics classrooms, placing the reader firmly at the center of real-world business. Offers the reader a chance to catch up on the financial matters and techniques that matter most in modern business.
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The Credit Diet: How to Shed Unwanted Debt and Achieve Fiscal Fitness
Practical strategies for eliminating debt and achieving financial freedom Each year, thousands of individuals and families fall deeper into debt. Without a practical game plan, this dilemma will continue to grow. Devised alongside his current seminar series, John Fuhrman's The Credit Diet offers readers a simple and, most importantly, effective way to eliminate debt from their lives. Comprised of five informative sections, this invaluable resource guides readers through a cutting edge yet commo... more info>>
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All About Stocks: The Easy Way to Get Started
Everything the individual investor needs to know about stocks. All About Stocks, Second Edition, covers stock market basics for newcomers and provides concise and understandable answers to today's most-asked stock market questions. Entirely rewritten from the first edition­­with diagrams,charts,and tables added to increase its usefulness­­this second edition now includes information on: Using the Internet for both information and trading; How mutual funds can ease stock market anxieties; How to ... more info>>
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The Essential Buffett: Timeless Principles for the New Economy
From the bestselling author of The Warren Buffett Way and The Warren Buffett Portfolio comes The Essential Buffett: Timeless Principles for the New Economy. In this fresh take on Buffett's irrefutable investment methods, Robert Hagstrom shows readers how to apply Buffett's principles to technology and international investing using real-life case studies of successful fund managers like Legg Mason's Bill Miller. Following the Buffett model, Hagstrom explains Buffett's four timeless principles: 1)... more info>>
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How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times
A Winning System in Good Times. William J. O'Neil's proven investment advice has earned him millions of loyal followers. And his signature bestseller, How to Make Money in Stocks, contains all the guidance readers need on the entire investment process­­from picking a broker to diversifying a portfolio to making a million in mutual funds.
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The Master Swing Trader
Part I: The Gateway to Short-Term Trading. Chapter 1. Trading the Pattern Cycle. Chapter 2. Preparing for the Market Day. Chapter 3. Analyzing the Market. Chapter 4. Building a Swing Trading Strategy. Chapter 5. Mastering the Tools. Chapter 6. Understanding Time. Part II: The 7-Bells: Tools to Locate Outstanding Opportunities. Chapter 7. Mastering the Setup. Chapter 8. Dip Trip. Chapter 9. Coiled Spring. Chapter 10. Finger Finder. Chapter 11. Hole-in-the-Wall. Chapter 12. Power Spike. Chapter 13... more info>>
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The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading
Strategies for traders to master the most important trading tool--their minds. Psychology is 80% of the high-stakes trader's game. And within the mind of any successful trader exist surprisingly similar emotions and psychological beliefs. The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading introduces these values and beliefs, then explains how traders can and must work to understand and harness these beliefs, and gain the psychological edge necessary to win in today's all-or-nothing trading battlefield. Divide... more info>>
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John Bogle on Investing
John Bogle on Investing is the first comprehensive review of the career and contributions of this dynamic investing icon. From Jack Bogle's never-before-published 1951 Princeton thesis to more than two dozen essays covering five decades of investing, it is a 50-year compendium of the work and wisdom of one of the world's most important financial figures. Investors at all levels will profit from insights including: * Recommendations for ensuring 100% of market returns * Thoughts on indexing--from... more info>>
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How to be a Value Investor
From the bare basics to tips for the self-made sophisticate, Lisa Holton captures both the art and science of contrarian investing in her book How to be a Value Investor, arming investors with the necessary tools and information they need to make informed investment decisions. Holton not only emphasizes the age-old values of investing--patience, due diligence, and conviction--but also brings a contemporary angle to her approach, making a convincing case for value investing as a wise and lucrativ... more info>>
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All About Bonds and Bond Mutual Funds
Everything an individual investor needs to know about bonds. The average income investor doesn't want--or need--to get bogged down in technical discussions of interest rates and time. So All About Bonds and Bond Mutual Funds gives them what they want--a simple yet comprehensive treatment of bonds and bond funds. Along with updated bond information, this revised edition also includes new material on: bond mutual funds; tax-free municipal bonds; international bonds and bond funds.
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All About Options
To minimize risk and greatly increase return, lightning-fast options trading instincts are critical. All About Options, Second Edition is the ideal first step to developing these instincts. With its in-depth coverage of the basics of options and option trading, this new edition is perfect for beginners as well as traders going to the next level. It provides: Facts and figures updated from the first edition, with more on stock options; Up-to-the-minute material on changes in the marketplace and t... more info>>
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The Handbook of Online Marketing Research
The Handbook of Online Marketing Research examines all the latest techniques and trends used to conduct online research, including how to leverage existing sources, online chat-based sessions, email feedback, online focus groups, and much more. Now, just like larger companies, small and medium sized companies can learn vital information like the age, gender, and income of its users, and how they respond to different aspects of the products and those of its competitors. With the advent of the Int... more info>>
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Bollinger on Bollinger Bands
"John Bollinger is a giant in today's trading community. His Bollinger Bands sharpen the sensitivity of fixed indicators, allowing them to more precisely reflect a market's volatility. By more accurately indicating the existing market environment, they are seen by many as today's standard--and most reliable--tool for plotting expected price action. Now, in Bollinger on Bollinger Bands, Bollinger himself explains how to use this extraordinary technique to compare price and indicator action... more info>>
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Rules of the Trade
Like the information that continuously flows onto their computer screens, active day traders want guideBooks to be fast, no-nonsense, and reliable. Rules of the Trade gives traders of all levels the concise, common-sense insights of a day trading pro. Beyond simply listing the rules, however, it goes on to explain what the rules mean, why they are important--and the high costs of overlooking them even once. Packed with real-life examples to illustrate key points, this book--from best-selling aut... more info>>
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Profiting in Bull or Bear Markets
Business cycles create investment opportunities. Profiting in Bull or Bear Markets shows how to interpret economic and financial data to identify business cycles, then take advantage of the rhythms of those cycles to minimize losses while achieving superior, more predictable returns. It is nothing less than a blueprint for assembling the different factors needed for developing a sound, consistent investment strategy. George Dagnino--recognized by his peers as one of today's top investment minds-... more info>>
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How to Be a Small-Cap Investor
Numerous stock market experts feel that, now more than ever, the best investment bargains are in small-cap stocks. This dynamic how-to book gives readers a complete overview of small-cap stocks. The author compares small-cap to other types of stocks, offers historical performance records, highlights sample portfolios and advice directly from high profile small-cap investment leaders--everything you need to uncover the next Microsoft. In addition, small-cap experts list the bargain stocks they fe... more info>>
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Investing Smart
Using Investor's Business Daily as his major source of investment information, Dhun Sethna tripled his portfolio in five years. In Investing Smart, Sethna shares what he's learned about picking stocks with the nation's fastest growing newspaper, unlocking the powerful money-making information in every edition. You'll discover where to look for winning stocks every day ... which indicators to watch to avoid losses ... the psychology of market behavior ... and much more. The book delivers straight... more info>>
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The Art of the Trade
In July, 1998, trading veteran and author R. E. McMaster sold the market short just two days after its high--and two weeks before the 1998 market freefall! How did he know? McMaster's groundbreaking The Art of the Trade focuses on the psychology of trading. It tells you how to trade more effectively by integrating the analytic (logical) and intuitive (emotional) aspects of your personality into one properly balanced and powerful system. In addition, McMaster discusses specific trading strategies... more info>>
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Defying The Market
For almost two decades technology has been the greatest wealthbuilder in history, with high-tech stocks like Microsoft creating millionaires seemingly overnight. But technological progress is slowing. This slowdown will intersect with other key worldwide trends to create new boom markets in nontech areas like energy services, food, and real estate--and only investors who know where to look will continue their bull market gains into 2000 and beyond! Defying the Market provides research-driven tec... more info>>
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Mutual Fund Rules
In just one generation's time, mutual funds have become an inescapable factor in America's financial picture. From fewer than 10 million mutual fund accounts in 1977, fund companies now report more than 135 million accounts--with more than 75 times the net assets! In that same time, the number of available funds has also skyrocketed, from just over 425 mutual fund companies to nearly 6,000, with risk/reward possibilities that are as widespread and perplexing as the market itself. So while mutual... more info>>
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