Penny-pinching strategies to cut commissions, slash borrowing charges, get free stock tipsand keep the savings!
Compounded over 30 years, small investment cost savings today can add up to thousands of dollars tomorrow. The New Scrooge Investing takes up where the original edition left off, giving investors more than 120 tips to cut the cost of investingfrom no-commission stocks and low-cost borrowing techniques to mutual funds with rock-bottom management fees, free Internet stock tips, and much more.
The explosion in on-line investing has opened a world of new cost-cutting possibilities for today's thrifty conscious investor and The New Scrooge Investing covers them all! Investors can look here for the latest trends and hottest bargains, including:
- Complete information for on-line discount stockbrokers.
- Guide to free investing information on the Internet.
- Tips to buying IPOs.
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About the Author
Mark Skousen is editor-in-chief of Forecasts & Strategies, one of the largest investment/economic newsletters with over 30,000 subscribers. He is also professor of Economics and Finance at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, and a contributor to Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, National Review, Reason, Human Events, Liberty, and The Journal of Economic Perspective.
He is a former economic analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency and has a Ph.D. in economics from George Washington University. Mr. Skousen completed a cassette tape series, The Secrets of the Great Investors, with Louis Rukeyser. A frequent speaker at numerous financial conferences around the world, Mr. Skousen was recently ranked the #1 speaker by the American Association of Individual Investors.
Table of ContentsPreface. Acknowledgements. Introduction: The Scrooge Philosophy of Investing. Part 1: The Scrooge Stock Investor. Part 2: The Online Scrooge Investor. Part 3: The Nontraditional Scrooge Investor. Part 4: More Scrooge Investing. Index.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Skousen and his collaborators have produced another excellent updated edition of their scrooge-investing financial compedium. It is one of those books that will not bore you with unnecessary details and poor writing. The new edition updates the ongoing revolution of using the Internet for making investments on the cheap, and how to find and compare information and advice wisely. Those who have not read Skousen before will be delighted by this book and will want to read more of his published works.