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Wild, Russell - Index Investing For Dummies<sup>&#174;</sup>, ebook

Index Investing For Dummies®

Wild, Russell

22,20€

A recommended, proven way to broaden portfolios and profits

Recommended by finance experts and used extensively by institutional investors, index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) provide unmanaged,

Bogle, John C. - Common Sense on Mutual Funds, ebook

Common Sense on Mutual Funds

Bogle, John C.

29,80€

Bogle shares his extensive insights on investing in mutual funds
Since the first edition of Common Sense on Mutual Funds was published in 1999, much has changed, and no one is more aware of this than mutual fund pioneer John Bogle. Now, in this completely updated

Gastineau, Gary L. - The Exchange-Traded Funds Manual, ebook

The Exchange-Traded Funds Manual

Gastineau, Gary L.

84,30€

It made the case for the superiority of the structure of investor-friendly ETFs over mutual funds and helped investors select better funds among the ETFs available.
With this new edition, Gastineau provides comprehensive

Davidson, Colin - Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies, ebook

Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies

Davidson, Colin

From 28,75€

Diversify your investments with today's fastest growing financial product
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) offer access to a range of investments in a single trade, are usually less volatile than individual stocks, cheaper than most managed funds and

Lhabitant, François-Serge - Handbook of Hedge Funds, ebook

Handbook of Hedge Funds

Lhabitant, François-Serge

163,70€

A comprehensive guide to the burgeoning hedge fund industry
Intended as a comprehensive reference for investors and fund and portfolio managers, Handbook of Hedge Funds combines new material with updated information from Francois-Serge L’habitant’s two other successful

UNKNOWN - Exchange Traded Funds, ebook

Exchange Traded Funds

UNKNOWN

29,80€

Exchange traded funds, one of the most exciting new classes of funds, provide investors with an opportunity to get the benefits of individual stocks at the lower costs associated with mutual funds. Although they