Investing can be intimidating. But it’s also NECESSARY.
Even if you’re not trained to build your own investment portfolio, and religiously follow the markets, there is a certain amount of investing that you can—and should—be doing. But where do you start?
“5 things you wanted to know before investing” comes to your rescue by making it easy for you to decide which investment product works for you.
Since it’s easy to get sidetracked by bad advice or “get rich quick” schemes, the book provides you the tools to make an informed decision. Culled out from 16 Personal Finance Principles every Investor should know and How to be your own financial planner in 10 steps, it cuts through the chaff leaving you with the keys to make the right financial choices.
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