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Chuck Carlson's 60-Second Investor: 201 Tips, Tools, and Tacchuck Carlson's 60-Second Investor: 201 Tips, Tools, and Tactics for the Time-Strapped Investor Tics for the Time-Strapped Investor

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Even if you don't have a lot of time, you'll learn all ahout mutual fund myths, investing on the Internet, getting dividends every month, and picking a $5 stock with potential to earn much more. Hundreds of thousands of investors have come to rely on Chuck Carlson's advice. Now he helps you master market timing, stock splits, the January effect, borrowing from your broker, ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by McGraw-Hill
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James
May 07, 2009 James rated it liked it
Even though it's more than 10 years old, this is still an excellent reference for investors. It breaks down jargon and financial concepts into 60-second size readable articles. Each article is well written, informative, and best of all, treats the reader like a thinking person.

The book could use some updating: the latest and greatest instrument is the DRIP. There are no ETFs, TIPS, and definitely not CDSs or CDOs.

Still, if you want to know the difference between a market order and limit order,
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