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Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach?

Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach?

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Longueur: 112 pages2 heures

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Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? is a practical guide that builds on Mark Wylie’s first three successful books about long-term investing. The author shows how his methods can be successfully implemented by people who don’t have much time or technical knowledge to perform detailed investment reviews and research. Mark examines how to construct a wise portfolio with a margin of safety, including equity indexes, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), property indexes, bond indexes and cash.
Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? includes information on:
• choosing which investments to buy and which to stay away from
• adding index funds, ETFs, listed investment companies and managed funds to your portfolio
• when to buy, hold and sell
• minimising fees and costs
• constructing and maintaining a portfolio
• reviewing your investments
• the causes and effects of booms, busts and debt.
Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? is ideal for those small investors who are looking for an approach that will identify more stable investments that should deliver long-term returns. This approach is also suitable for DIY superannuation investment funds and is particularly effective during times of market pessimism.

About the author
Mark Wylie lives in South Australia. Favouring a fundamental and analytical approach to investment, he has undertaken research into Warren Buffett’s methods. Mark holds a diploma in Financial Advising, and in 2002 launched BPI Wealth Mentors with the objective of helping small investors understand long-term investing and prepare a set of strategies for themselves that would yield profitability and improved returns into the future.
Mark has authored three books about long-term investing. He experienced up close the substantial world market correction of the global financial crisis – the worst since the Great Depression – and now in this book shares the knowledge he has gained about the boom-to-bust cycle.

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Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach?

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Commencer à lire

Informations sur le livre

Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach?

Longueur: 112 pages2 heures

Description

Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? is a practical guide that builds on Mark Wylie’s first three successful books about long-term investing. The author shows how his methods can be successfully implemented by people who don’t have much time or technical knowledge to perform detailed investment reviews and research. Mark examines how to construct a wise portfolio with a margin of safety, including equity indexes, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), property indexes, bond indexes and cash.
Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? includes information on:
• choosing which investments to buy and which to stay away from
• adding index funds, ETFs, listed investment companies and managed funds to your portfolio
• when to buy, hold and sell
• minimising fees and costs
• constructing and maintaining a portfolio
• reviewing your investments
• the causes and effects of booms, busts and debt.
Investing: the Tortoise or the Hare approach? is ideal for those small investors who are looking for an approach that will identify more stable investments that should deliver long-term returns. This approach is also suitable for DIY superannuation investment funds and is particularly effective during times of market pessimism.

About the author
Mark Wylie lives in South Australia. Favouring a fundamental and analytical approach to investment, he has undertaken research into Warren Buffett’s methods. Mark holds a diploma in Financial Advising, and in 2002 launched BPI Wealth Mentors with the objective of helping small investors understand long-term investing and prepare a set of strategies for themselves that would yield profitability and improved returns into the future.
Mark has authored three books about long-term investing. He experienced up close the substantial world market correction of the global financial crisis – the worst since the Great Depression – and now in this book shares the knowledge he has gained about the boom-to-bust cycle.

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