Easy Money

Easy Money : How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Losing Everything and Making Nothing

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Who Wants to be a Millionaire? This book covers all the issues you need to consider in your quest to become rich quick, and explores the latest money spinners including: Dotcoms Spread-betting Day trading National Lottery Share options New issuesshow more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 18mm | 181.44g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Main
  • 1861972938
  • 9781861972934
  • 2,583,859

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If someone offers you a chance to make some easy money, buy this book first -- George Coelho * Management Today * The analysis by Coggan of the dotcom boom and bust is of enduring value to those who care about how markets work and should be read by anyone who fancies their chances stagging new issues, indeed by any active equity investor -- Howard Davies * Financial Times * A well-researched exploration of today's money culture ... Coggan spares his readers nothing when it comes to highlighting the increasing number of ways in which people can be parted from their cash. -- Frank Fitzgibbon * Sunday Times * Easy Money should be compulsory reading for any investor -- Jim Jones * Business Day * This simple and very readable treatise warns everyone tempted to try to make a million that it is not as easy as the late 1990s may have led people to believe ... Many more books will be written and published on this alluring phenomenon, but Easy Money will remain one of the good ones. I recommend it. If nothing else, it could save you an awful lot of money -- Christopher Ondaatje * Times Higher Education Supplement * '...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 * Financial Times * a well researched exploration of today's money culture * The Sunday Times *show more

About Philip Coggan

Philip Coggan writes about financial markets for The Economist having previously worked for 20 years for the Financial Times and been its Investment Editor. He is the author of The Money Machine: How the City Works and Easy Money.show more

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