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Kurt Brouwer's Guide to Mutual Funds: How to Invest with the Pros

by Kurt Brouwer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471521280, Paperback)

In this revised and updated version of Mutual Funds: How to Invest with the Pros, Kurt Brouwer—often called the Ralph Nader of mutual funds—takes the reader into the private offices of nine investment professionals, to reveal no-holds-barred interviews on investment strategy. Describes different types of funds and how they work. It further explains how to evaluate and select the right fund, and tailor it to your specific needs. Shows how the individual investor can get the same results with mutual funds as heavy-hitters do with their big-money portfolios and expensive advisors.

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