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Chuck Carlson's 60-Second Investor: 201 Tips, Tools, and Tactics for the Time-Strapped Investor
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Chuck Carlson's 60-Second Investor: 201 Tips, Tools, and Tactics for the Time-Strapped Investor

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ISBN: 0070118922
Release Date: August, 1997
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Description: One minute. That's all it takes to become a savvy individual investor and get on top of the best investment strategies, secrets of stock market movements, professional trading tactics, and sound, strategic financial planning. From the best-selling author of Buying Stocks Without a Broker comes this cure for investment information overload. In a unique quick-take format and in his famous crisp, no-nonsense style, Chuck Carlson breaks down the mysteries of Wall Street into digestible, but potent,bite-size chunks. Learning the essentials of wealth-building has never been so quick and easy.
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 0070118922
ISBN-13: 9780070118928
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
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Length: 304 Pages
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Dimensions: 1.2 x 5.3 x 8.1 in.
Language: English
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If you are a investment beginner, you should read this book. If you are a busy person and want to get into stock market, you should read this book.