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Girls Just Want to Have Funds: How to Spruce Up Your Money and Invest Like a Pro
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 0786884266
ISBN-13: 9780786884261
Publisher: Hyperion
Release Date: May, 2000
Length: 304 Pages
Weight: 12 ounces
Dimensions: 7.7 X 5.1 X 1 inches
Language: English
   
   

Girls Just Want to Have Funds: How to Spruce Up Your Money and Invest Like a Pro

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Compared with sex and the end-of-season clearance rack, perhaps stocks and debt instruments are "boring abstractions," as Susannah Goodman acknowledges. But the former consumer advocate and daughter of Jerry Goodman, the host of TV's Adam Smith's Money World, is able to draw a clear connection between these boring abstractions an...
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  I wish this book was around when I was 20

...and sombody forced me to read it. When I was just out of school I just couldn't be bothered with investing. If I had a little extra cash, it didn't go to a 401k, it went to beer and cigarettes. After reading this book, I'm starting to realize how much that stuff cost me...Ouch, were those beer bottles made out of crystal!

Anyway, this book puts many terms and concepts into language that's easy for me to understand. I would enthusiastically recommend this book to recent graduates and other blissfully ignorant people like me.

I must admit, I used to be embarassed by how much I didn't know. What are bonds, cds, mutual funds, 401ks, etc., and I guess I had reason to be. Many of the other reviewers for this book would just be delighted to tell me how stupid I am. Let's lighten up ladies. Spread the love.

 
  Fun, Funny, Info-Packed Book!

This is the most empowering guide to personal finance I've read. It's fun, readable and funny! All the stock broker terms like price/earnings ratio and tax-adjusted return are broken down into plain English. The best part is that I now know how to research stocks on the web. For all you tech-heads out there -- Goodman's book will show you why Cisco might still be a good buy.
 
  down to earth style good for both women and men

I read this book after reading numerous other investing and money managment guides. I find that it is an informative introductory guide with a style appropriate for even those who are most averse to money matters. All of my women friends are getting a copy. My men friends are also enthusiatic about the book because it has such an easy to comprehend style. The author has done a great service for the beginning investor.
 
  You MUST read this book!

If you're reading this review, then you must be interested in learning more about investing, or know someone who is. THIS IS THE BOOK YOU NEED. It is utterly readable and entertaining, AND tells you in a way that you can understand ALL you need to know about how and especially WHY to invest early. Give it to your girlfriends! Your sisters! Your mom!
 
  Couldn't put it down--and neither could my office mates

I brought this book to the office, went into a meeting, and couldn't tear it out of the hands of my colleague once the meeting was over. Goodman's accessible style is contagious; she brings taxes and index funds to life with her entertaining (and very much tongue-in-cheek) analogies to all things stereotypically female. I laughed aloud throughout, and yet came out of the reading experience far more educated about financial management than I would after taking any seminar. The case studies and references are very informative, grounding the "basics" in a real-world context that any woman (or man) of the '00s can easily appreciate. This is the perfect introductory text for anyone--female OR male--who needs a basic, unintimidating, and HIGHLY ENTERTAINING demystification of the ins and outs of financial management.