Keys to Investing in Common Stocks (Barron's Business Keys)
Written mainly for average consumers outside the business world, Barron's Business Keys take the mystery out of business practices and terminology and make doing business understandable to everyone. Updated to reflect current market trends, this book defines common stocks and mutual funds, describes stock markets, and explains market-related terms and practices, including price-earnings ratios, dividend reinvestment plans, financial leverage, market timing, and much more.
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