Investing from Scratch by James Lowell
A Handbook for the Young Investor

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Fully updated—the popular guide for young investors who want to take control of their financial future A lot has changed since Investing from Scratch first appeared, and this revised edition takes it all into account for those in their 20s and 30s who are hoping to invest their way to wealth. In a straightforward style backed by useful charts and graphs, finance expert James Lowell makes it clear that you don’t need to be rich to become that way in the market. Readers will learn how to:
• create a budget they can live and invest with
• select the most appropriate investments
• design a mutual fund portfolio, and much more With easy-to-understand definitions of essential terms, up-to-date post–“Internet bubble” strategies, and fully revised charts and graphs, Investing from Scratch is an invaluable resource for future investors.


About James Lowell

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James Lowell , president of the Fund Family Shareholder Association, is editor of the multiple-award-winning newsletter Fidelity Investor and the independent 401K Focus service.
Published January 30, 2007 by Penguin Books. 436 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Lowell, editor of FundWorks on America OnLine and author of How to Survive in the Real World, offers an investment primer for readers in their 20s and 30s who are just beginning to have money available for investing.

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