Stock Investing for Dummies 2nd Ed.

HarperAudio

Narrated by Brett Barry

Abridged3 hr 21 min

With so many choices, investing can be tricky. Stock Investing for Dummies, 2nd, makes things simple with proven tactics and time-tested strategies for picking winners. This updated edition includes new case studies, resources, and insight on government policy -and will have you investing with confidence in no time! Discover how to find a great broker, decode company documents, choose the right investment strategy, handle your taxes, weigh risk versus reward and discover new investing opportunities.

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HarperAudio
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Published on
Dec 26, 2006
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Duration
3h 21m 11s
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ISBN
9780061287312
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Investments & Securities / Stocks
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