The New Scrooge Investing
A main selection of the Money Book Club, this second edition shows investors how to be bargain hunters and be cost-conscience when investing in stocks, mutual funds, real estate, collectibles, precious metals and foreign investments.
Penny-pinching strategies to cut commissions, slash borrowing charges, get free stock tips and keep the savings! Compounded over 30 years, small investment cost savings today can add up to thousands of dollars tomorrow. The New Scrooge Investing takes up where the original edition left off, giving investors more than 120 tips to cut the cost of investing from no-commission stocks and low-cost borrowing techniques to mutual funds with rock-bottom management fees, free Internet stock tips, and much more. The explosion in on-line investing has opened a world of new cost-cutting possibilities for today’s thrifty conscious investor and The New Scrooge Investing covers them all! Investors can look here for the latest trends and hottest bargains, including:
Complete information for on-line discount stockbrokers.
Guide to free investing information on the Internet.
Tips to buying IPOs.
“Most of the great investors are misers.” -Warren Buffett.
This billionaire’s advice is the most profound of personal finance maxims. Everyone loves a bargain and hates overpaying. The New Scrooge Investing is one of the most comprehensive books ever written on making and saving money, and paying only what is necessary for stocks, bonds, real estate, and gold and not a single penny more. By buying cheap and spending less, you put more money – a lot more money – in your pocket.
Look inside for these money making and money-saving techniques:
Comprehensive strategies on finding super bargains in stocks, mutual funds, bonds, commodities, real estate, and foreign investments – even initial public offerings! An exclusive survey of the best on-line discount stockbrokers for maximum service and minimum commission, plus an entire chapter on Scrooge techniques for trading on the Internet. Listings of the lowest-cost collectibles, art dealers, bank accounts, and more.
Keeping a tight rein on your investment expenses in nothing new. In fact, history’s most successful businesspeople and investors – from John D. Rockefeller and J.Paul Getty to Warren Buffett and your rich uncle – have always been bargain hunters. Let The New Scrooge Investing show you how to invest shrewdly, develop a consistent savings and investment program, and build your net worth each and every day toward a healthy, prosperous financial future.
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