Investing in Your 20s & 30s for Dummies
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Investing in Your 20s & 30s for Dummies

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The easy way to make sense of investing when you're just starting outToday's 20- and 30-somethings have witnessed a miserable investment market during most, if not all, of their adult lives. But going forward, the opposite is more likely to be true. In order to build a retirement portfolio that is capable of covering expenses in your golden years, it is necessary to start...more
ebook, 264 pages
Published November 28th 2012 by For Dummies (first published November 21st 2012)
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Kit Pang
Jul 19, 2014 Kit Pang rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Someone who is interested in investing, business, finance and savings
As someone with no knowledge of investing, I have gained a general knowledge of the terms and concepts of investing as well as gaining the confident to be able to identify the different kinds of investments I can research more. In this small condensed book, Eric Tyson provided a basic overview of the world of investing but more investigation is needed to fully grasp each subject.

Investing in your 20s and 30s for Dummies is an easy-to-read overview of basic investing. Eric Tyson offers in...more
Nina Hunter
Great book, with a good list of resources. If you're new to investing this book is a great place to start, though it's certainly not going to create your portfolio for you. I would suggest also reading blogs, popular investing publications (Wall Street journal, Barron's, Forbes, Fortune etc.), and investopedia articles if you're just starting out. Also the investopedia stock simulator is a great place to start if you want to test your theories without using real money. Regardless of all that tho...more
It's a good start for anyone looking to gain more knowledge in finance.
Nick Thies
Solid intro on the subject of investing
I found some good options in this book. It's very straight forward and easy to understand. I think this is a good starting point for people looking to invest that don't want to start with an advisor right off.
Ethan Fleck
Easy enough to read, for what it is. I would recommend reading as a reference or reading more than once. Otherwise, very concise and understandable
Too much "I'll talk about this later in the book" and not enough, "this is how you do it."
A little bit too brief to be extremely useful.
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