Mutual Funds: The Money Multiplier

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How can you build wealth with the most elusive combination – COMMON SENSE and KNOWLEDGE? Mutual Funds: The Money Multiplier answers this question and takes you on a journey into the world of mutual funds.
In a language that is both eloquent and understandable, this book cracks the code on building wealth the mutual fund way. A matrix (3×3) approach has been adopted, with the book having been divided into nine sections.
All the topics have been analysed threadbare against the backdrop of investment planning, so as to offer a holistic view of wealth creation for you.
With Mutual Funds: The Money Multiplier as your guide, you will discover how to make investing a winner’s game. With in-depth insights and practical advice, this book provides a timeless blueprint for effective and low-stress investing for the layman. This book can be a resource for generations to come.
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About the author

Lalitha Thamaraipandy is a prolific writer and consultant in the field of finance and investments. Lalitha started her career as an Investment Analyst with fundamental analysis of equities as her area of core competence. She has been prudently managing equity and mutual fund portfolios and offering investment advice. She heads the Finance Department of Golden Palm Petroleum Services Company W.L.L., Kuwait. A brilliant blogger on Indian mutual funds, she has been publishing articles on Indian mutual funds on a weekly basis in www.indianmutualfund.blogspot.com since September, 2006. She also maintains a comprehensive website on mutual funds www.mfmazetomatrix.com. She addresses NRIs in Kuwait at seminars on topics related to finance and investments. She attempts to help the uninitiated investors to invest knowledgeably and profitably through this book.
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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
May 15, 2017
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Pages
348
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ISBN
9781946641205
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Investments & Securities / Mutual Funds
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