As a teen or young adult picking your way forward through understanding financial investments, this book is specifically designed for you! It is written in a straightforward and layman style language and is a reliable resource that examines the fundamentals of mutual fund investing.

More and more people are looking into mutual funds to have a steady source of interest income, to save, or to help fund their retirement. In contrast to other forms of investment, mutual funds are always professionally managed by a financial expert in order to make sure that returns are maximized.

Interested in learning more? This book will provide a detailed explanation of mutual funds and how to manage them in simple layman's terms that even a beginning investor can understand. You will have an understanding of the Pros and Cons of Mutual Funds. You will learn about the different types of Mutual Funds such as Money Market, Bond Funds and Stock Funds.

Securing your financial future has never appeared more difficult than in today's turbulent market environment. After studying this book you will most likely be a better investor for having read this Common Sense roadmap to understanding the basics of Mutual Funds.

So, if you're interested in portfolio diversification you will likely be investing in mutual funds. As such, this book offers timeless advice in building your investment portfolio. It will provide you with expert insight on how to find the best-managed funds that match your financial goals. It will help you avoid fund-investing pitfalls and maximize your chances of success.


Book Data

Publication Date: December 4, 2015

Language: English

Black and White paper

6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)

File Size: KB

Print Length: 264 pages

Sold by: Amazon and CreateSpace

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

ISBN-13: 978-1519658012 (CreateSpace-Assigned)

ISBN-10: 151965801X

ASIN: Pending

EBook ISBN: Pending

Category: Business & Economics / Interest

Text-to-Speech: Enabled

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