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How to Invest $50-$5,000 10e: The Small Investor's Step-by-Step Plan for Low-Risk Investing in Today's Economy (How to Invest $50 to $5000) Paperback – December 29, 2009
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About the Author
Nancy Dunnan is one of the nation’s most respected financial advisors. In addition to her regular appearances on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg Radio, and Business News Network, Dunnan writes regular columns for Bottom Line Tomorrow, Family PC Magazine, TheOnlineInvestor.com, and BuyandHold.com. Dunnan is the author of numerous books on finance, including Never Call Your Broker on Monday, Never Balance Your Checkbook on Tuesday, and The Dun and Bradstreet Guide to Your Investments.
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So, even though the book was not exactly what I thought it would be, I found it to be very informative and very useful. The book discussed multiple investment options that I didn’t know were out there, and I’ve used it as a launch point in the last several months to learn about those options. Since the edition I read was published in 2010 (I’d love to see a more recent edition of the book!), several things were out of date. EE bonds, for instance, simply aren’t issued any more, and several other laws have changed. On the whole, though, this is an excellent starting place to learn the basic basics on investing.
It gives hope for prosperity to those who are not earning six figure salaries. In a world where your future financial security is more and more up to you alone, this book offers invaluable information and advice.