EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND GUIDANCE FOR PATRONS WHO WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR INVESTMENT OPTIONS
The fourth installment to our popular Financial Literacy line, How to Become an Investor (it's easier than you think), is designed for library patrons who want to know more about investing but aren't sure where to start. This new series breaks through the financial jargon to give readers real-world information to help them learn about investing, determine how aggressive or conservative their investments should be, and find out which investments are right for them. Written in an easy-to-follow, informative style, these guides walk the user through many types of investment options, providing sound guidance and need-to-know information along the way.
Readers will learn about:
- What is Investing?
- What Type of Investor Are You?
- Brokerage Firms
- Financial Advisors
- All About Investment Fees
- Alternative Investments
- Tax Consequences
These guides will help readers conquer their fears about investing, to help them determine what types of investments are right for their situation, how to choose investments based on their income and risk tolerance, and help them make the best informed decisions about their money and their retirement planning.
Includes Free Online Access through Financial Ratings Series Online
New Database Platform
Financial Ratings Series Online combines the strength of Weiss Ratings to offer the library community with a single source for financial strength ratings and financial planning tools covering Banks, Insurers, Mutual Funds and Stocks. This powerful database will provide the accurate, independent information your patrons need to make INFORMED DECISIONS about their financial planning.
Call (800) 562-2139 to get a 30-Day Demo of the new Online Database!