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  • ISBN 0531155277
  • ISBN13 978-0531155271
  • Language English
  • Author Chet Currier
  • Publisher F. Watts; First Edition edition (1987)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats mbr docx txt lit
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1462 kb
  • Size Fb2 1332 kb
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Book by Currier, Chet

No Cost/Low Cost Investing book.

No Cost/Low Cost Investing book.

No cost/low cost investing. by. Currier, Chet; Smyth, David, 1929-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Published 1987 by F. Watts in New York. Securities, In library, Investments.

Chet Currier has written: 'The Investor's Annual, 1985' 'Associated Press Book of the Worlds Richest People' 'No cost/low cost investing' - subject(s): Investments, Securities 'The 15 minute investor' - subject(s): Investment analysis, Investments. Business & Finance. Entertainment & Arts.

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To give you another voice on the subject, I talked to financial writer David Smyth, the coauthor, with Chet Currier (both of whom view the market from financial desks at the Associated Press), of No Cost/Low Cost Investing, Franklin Watts, New York, 1987. The DRP is probably the greatest investment bargain you will ever find as a long-term investor short of inheriting the money from a providential great-aunt.

It's not always simply a matter of taking your business to a place that calls itself a low-cost operation. Eighteen years after the first discount brokers began to appear, charging lower commission rates than the so-called full-service firms, Mercer says securities industry rates now appear to be dividing again, into three tiers.

Plus, cost is only one factor you’ll want to consider in making a decision. Also keep in mind a risk: Some financial professionals believe the low prices could tempt you to trade too much, eventually eroding your returns.

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