Financial Markets for the Rest of Us: An Easy Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures, Stocks, Options, and Mutual Funds
"Financial Markets For The Rest Of Us" is a reference and tutorial covering various financial markets in the USA and the rest of the world. The book comprises five major chapters covering the concepts of money, bonds, futures, stocks, and options. It cleverly illustrates the operation and interdependencies of these various markets, while keeping the language simple for everyone to follow. Numerous examples and references help the reader grasp the concepts with ease and stay interested. Beginner and intermediate-level investors will find this book an indispensable tool to learn about the financial markets and sharpen their financial knowledge and skills. This book is also an excellent financial markets reference for everyone. If you have ever wondered about how the financial markets operate, or you have ever felt overwhelmed by the complexities of the financial markets, this book is for you.
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