4 edition of A womans guide to savvy investing found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Find ways to take on life's challenges without damaging future financial well-being• Men are the ones who are more decisive and therefore better at investing, right?
It turns out that men are often overconfident in their abilities to time the market and make smart investment decisions.
Discover more about yourself with the Financial Personality Type Quiz• A friend recommended Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. It looks like this: Pay down debt, build an emergency fund, prepare for retirement, and try to have some fun in between. Women are perfectly capable of handling financial matters on their own and have a duty to be informed and in charge.
We replicated this model a few times.
Because there is no known track record for an emerging company, you can do your best to research their industry, their competition, and their financial solvency, but as the fine print always says, "past performance is no guarantee of future results," especially when there is a very short past to consider.
If not, I'll gladly keep my ear marked copy around as other financial books lose relevance after just a few weeks. The guide addresses some of the common financial hurdles faced specifically by women, and offers clear, objective guidance on how to prepare for and overcome those challenges in order to achieve financial security.
Whether they had some help from their parents, or they did it the hard way with blood, sweat, and tearsthese women are living proof that are your new best friends.
I went to one of the big banks and purchased high-risk mutual funds recommended by a financial advisor.
This is a welcome addition to the overcrowded shelves of personal finance books directed at women.
, from It's Your Money Honey: A Girl's Guide to Saving, Investing, and Building Wealth at Every Age and Life Stage, by Laura J.