Find all of the following explained in plain-English with no technical jargon:
Asset Allocation: What does it mean, why is it so important, and how should you determine your own?
How to Pick Mutual Funds: Learn how to choose funds that are mathematically certain to outperform the majority of other mutual funds.
Roth IRA vs. Traditional IRA vs. 401(k): What’s the difference, and how should you choose between them?
Financial Advisors: Learn what to look for as well as pitfalls to avoid.
Frequent Investor Mistakes: Learn the most common mistakes and what you can do to avoid them.
Calculate Your Retirement Needs: Learn how to calculate how much you’ll need saved in order to retire.
Who Is This Book For?
Anyone who has questions about investing, but who doesn’t want to trudge through a 300-page textbook.
What This Book Is Not:
This book is not a great work of literary art.
This book is not going to make you an absolute expert on the topic, and
This book is not going to provide you with a way to get rich overnight.
What it will do (hopefully) is provide an easy-to-understand, concise introduction to the topic of prudent investing.