3 edition of Smart investing found in the catalog.
A. J. Senchack
Includes a bibliography and index.
|Statement||Andrew J. Senchack.|
|LC Classifications||HG4921 .S45 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||87001923|
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If she started investing $ a month ($6, per year) at the age of 25, she could have between $ million and $ million by the time she’s 65 based on a 10–12% rate of return.
Now if Jane waits until she’s 35 to start investing that $ a month, she could have between $ million and $ million at age A nice short introduction to investing. If you are new to investing, I highly recommend this book.
It gives a nice place to start, including some concrete numbers to start building your financial plan. However, do not expect this book to be a comprehensive guide to investing (the book is only pages after all)/5(). The book is about investing and having said that, investing is for the long term.
Short term investing is like saying one is a spendthrift miser. While long term investors buy stocks or bonds for its intrinsic value and hold them, the 'short termers' play on its price like a video game, high on dopamine, ‘seeing price patterns’.Cited by:.