Investment basics

Morgan, Ginger
August 1995
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug95, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p23
Offers advice on the basics of personal investment. Inadequacy of savings accounts for retirement purposes; Bigger returns from the stock market; Growth-per-share earnings; Dividend; Defining the investor's purpose; Selection of a conservative investment; Individual Retirement Account (IRA) as tax shelter; Purchasing the right insurance; Warning against common pitfalls; Use of credit for convenience and emergencies.


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