Bloomberg says asella, but CNBC says abuya. aDonat you dare tap your home equity!a says one money expert. aHome equity line rates are at all time lows, a the other expert says. Who are you supposed to believe? Does this sound familiar to you? If so, The One-Minute Financial Planner is for you. Written to bridge the gap arising from a school system lacking in sound money management principles, The One Minute-Financial Planner is filed with useful truths and actionable, easy-to-implement steps that will help make any reader more financially confident. Divided into six general segments, the articles inside the book will help you address misconceptions about dozens of situations that arise every day, whether itas using a stop-loss order for your biggest stock position or figuring out if your revocable living trust does everything you want it to. The One-Minute Financial Planner is practice, not theory. Written by a practicing financial planner with over six yearsa experience at two major Wall Street firms, it breaks down the complex world of finance into sixty common misconceptions people have about investing, planning, and retirement. Best of all, each topic is short, clear, and ends with several real-world, right-now things you can do to improve your financial literacy. Got a minute? Spend it with the One Minute Financial Planner. Your financial well-being may depend on it.Kaplan, 2006. Murphy, John J. ac Intermarket Analysis: Profiting from Global Market Relationships. John Wiley aamp; Sons, Hoboken. 2004. Edwards, Robert W., Magee, John, and Bassetti, W. H. C. ac Technical Analysis of Stock Trends.
|Title||:||The One-Minute Financial Planner|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2011-03-28|