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Winning with Index Mutual Funds: How to Beat…
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Winning with Index Mutual Funds: How to Beat Wall Street at Its Own Game

by Jerry Tweddell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0814403581, Hardcover)

With their enviable track record, low expenses, and moderate risk, index funds are poised to become the next big wave for investors. This book shows how anyone can climb on board -- and make higher returns.

The authors cut through the maze of 6,000 mutual funds with a clear explanation of what indexing is and why it works. Investors will discover how to use index funds in a lifetime asset allocation plan, as a way to rebalance their portfolio, or even for auto-pilot buy and hold investing.

The book supplies a list of index fund rankings, the first such directory of available funds, a roster of recommended funds, and plently of suggestions on avoiding the expensive experts. Readers will also find a Tweddell/Pierce Master Model Portfolio to help them index their own investments.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:44 -0400)

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