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Teach Yourself Investing Online
Whether you've never used the Internet to make a financial decision or you're on your way to being an active day trader, Teach Yourself Investing Online helps you find the information you need to make wise decisions. Discover online investing by exploring financial Web sites, creating an investment plan, and choosing a broker. The book preps you on how to investigate your options before slapping down your money as well as how to track performance of potential or actual investments. When you're ready, more advanced topics cover a vide variety of online features including bonds, options, futures, mutual funds, IPOs, day trading, and messages boards.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Organized.
Chapter 2: Exploring Financial Web Sites.
Chapter 3: Before You Send Money: Crafting an Investment Plan.
Chapter 4: Dry-Run Investing: Personalization and Practice.
PART II: Getting Your Feet Wet.
Chapter 5: Going Shopping.
Chapter 6: Basic Stock Trading.
Chapter 7: Investing in Mutual Funds.
Chapter 8: Company Research: Profiles and News.
Chapter 9: Company Research: Finding and Using Financial Data.
Chapter 10: Narrowing the Field With Stock Screens.
Chapter 11: Watching the Analysts and Insiders.
PART III: Keeping Posted.
Chapter 12: Working With Portfolios to Track Performance.
Chapter 13: Getting the News Brought to You.
Chapter 14: Deciding When to Buy and Sell.
PART IV: Expanding Your Investment Horizons Chapter 15: Adding to Your Trading Repertoire.
Chapter 16: Getting in on the Ground Floor: Initial Public Offerings.
Chapter 17: What You Should Know About Day Trading.
Chapter 18: Joining the Online Investing Community.
Chapter 19: Protecting Your Money.
Appendix A: Personal Workbook Answers.
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