How to Become a Millionaire

How to Become a Millionaire : It Really Could be You!

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In this book, the country's leading investment writer and advisor provides practical and authoritative guidance to investing in shares. In his usual clear style, Jim Slater shows how anyone can make money - even a million pounds! - from the stockmarket. The book starts with the basics of investing - the language of finance, reading accounts, and the key criteria to look for. It then moves on to selecting shares and assesses the different methods for choosing winning shares. Finally, Slater provides valuable tips and advice on buying and managing your shares based upon the power of compounding. How to Become a Millionaire is set to be the most popular guide to investing in shares. Based upon Jim Slater's extraordinary success as an investor, this book will be the ideal foundation for beginners and an invaluable primer for those already investing.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 205 pages
  • 198 x 246 x 22mm | 780.19g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • tables, diagrams
  • 1587990296
  • 9781587990298

Table of contents

1. The miracle of compounding 2. Inflation - the sleeping dragon 3. Buy your own home 4. How to finance your home 5. Review your endowments 6. Save regularly 7. Pay less tax 8. Tracker funds 9. High yielders 10. More active investment 11. A taste of two methods 12. Ten steps to financial freedom
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About Jim Slater

Jim Slater was chairman of the legendary financial conglomerate Slater Walker Securities and is widely recognised as an authority on stock markets. Tom Stevenson is a leading financial writer and former City editor of the Independent.
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