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Jk Lassers Invest Online: Do-It-Yourself and Keep More of What You Earn
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0028623983, Paperback)Online investing has become one the Internet's early "killer apps." Thanks to low commissions and the wealth of investing information available online, individual investors have shown themselves all too eager to bypass traditional brokerage firms in favor of the many brokerages that are opening shop on the World Wide Web. If you're not connected with an online brokerage or well versed in finding information about investing on the Internet, then Invest Online, by LauraMaery Gold and Dan Post, is a good place to start. This book is a database of the wealth of information available online, with hundreds of URLs pointing to the best places to find research reports, technical analysis, charting, and online portfolio managers. It also includes a brief survey of online brokerages, but shows a bias toward E*Trade, whose logo appears on the cover and whose CEO, Christos M. Cotsakos, wrote the book's forward.
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