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- Investment clubs offer education and fun. JONES, EDWARD // Women in Business;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p42
Presents information on tips for managing investment clubs and making individual investors work together. Steps in forming an investment club; Common characteristics of successful investment clubs; Guidelines that will help the specific strategies of companies.
- Group Therapy. Chatzky, Jean Sherman // Money;Jul2000, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p168
Discusses a New York City-based investment club composed almost entirely of psychologists. Their approach to the market; How they prepared themselves before jumping into the market; The lessons that they have learned from investing.
- HNW Predict Choppy Market. Stock, Howard J. // Bank Investment Consultant;May2008, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p9
The article reports that Tiger 21, a group of high-net-worth investors, is choosing equities over alternative investments. Tiger 21 is an investment club for the super rich 160 investors, aged 30 to 80+, who had $10 billion in assets, paying annual dues of $30,000 and with a minimum net worth of...
- The Real Fund Rip-Off. Takeuchi Cullen, Lisa // Time;12/8/2003, Vol. 162 Issue 23, p94
Discusses a study from Standford University that found arbitraging and bloated fees in mutual funds cost investors billions a year. Amount of money worth of mutual fund assets under management in the industry; Breakdown of bloated fees, including advertising; Comparison of Class A and Class B...
- Invest In The Best. Birger, Jon; Carter, Adrienne; Gandel, Stephen; Kalwarski, Tara // Money;Oct2003, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p92
In unsettled times, when the markets seem rife with risk, it pays to stick with quality. That's why we asked some first-rate investing minds to share their best ideas. Here's what they told us. We've been through a remarkable period as investors. After a long economic slog, signs of recovery are...
- The ingredients of a winning portfolio. Mackay, Tim // Charter;Jul2012, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p66
The article focuses on the elements of a successful portfolio of investments. It is stated that the more risk a person should be willing to take if investment timeframe is longer. It is mentioned that a customized portfolio could be constructed quickly and cost effectively with as few as 12...
- The earning curve. Freeman, Peter // Bulletin with Newsweek;11/30/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6202, p78
Presents insights from a study on investors' attitudes in the United States carried by the University of California during the period 1991 to 1997. Tendency to repeat the same errors on stocks; Comparison between men and women investors; Profitability of investment clubs' portfolios.
- A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON INVESTOR'S AWARENESS AND PREFERENCES TOWARDS MUTUAL FUNDS AND ULIP SCHEMES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO REWA CITY. Pandey, Atul; Singh, Malini // Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce;Jul2013, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p36
This paper examines the Investor's Awareness and Preferences towards the ULIP Schemes and Mutual Funds. The study also assesses the impact of various demographic factors like age, gender, education and income on the investment pattern of the investors. The data was collected from 200 respondent...
- Club de inversionistas. FUENTES, MARISOL GARCÍA; AYALA, ALBA DAMIÁN // Entrepreneur Mexico;jul2010, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p56
No abstract available.