Easy Money

Easy Money

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Why everyone thinks they can get rich quick-and the reality of the myths of internet and stockmarket. In the last few years there has been a change of mentality. No longer do people think that they will have to work throughout their lives to earn a wage: people think that there is easy money to be had. Whether it is internet millionaires yet to leave school, city slickers in the Daily Mirror passing tips to tabloid readers, the rise of spread betting, the triumph of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and new lottery millionaires every week - people now think it is possible to make money without effort. Most of all this is seen in the new interest in the stock market and especially new technology stocks as they flick in and out of favour making paper millionaires (and paupers) in a few hours. But can it last and what will happen if (when) the market turns downwards?show more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 18mm | 181.44g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1861972938
  • 9781861972934
  • 2,471,531

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'If someone offers you a chance to make some easy money, buy this book first.' Management Today 'a well researched exploration of today's money culture' The Sunday Times '...of enduring value to those who care about how markets work and should be read by anyone who fancies their chances of staging new issues, indeed by any active investor.' Howard Davies in the FTshow more

About Philip Coggan

Philip Coggan is the Markets Editor of the Financial Times. (So he knows whereof he speaks). He is the author of a number of previous books including The Money Machine (Penguin) a bestselling guide to the City, now in its fourth edition.show more

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