All you need to know about investing safely and smartly, with new information on the latest options—from cryptocurrencies to social media IPOs—in this comprehensive and updated guide to understanding the current market, setting realistic goals, and achieving financial success.
The best time to start investing is now—even as little as a few years can make a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars by the time retirement comes around. Investing early in your career is the best way to ensure a secure and successful life all the way through retirement.
For years, The Everything Guide to Investing in Your 20s and 30s has been guiding young professionals on how to capitalize on the investing market and make the most out of their money. This all-new and fully updated edition includes all of the tips, tricks, and investing knowledge while also explaining:
—New technological investing options
—How the changing political climate affects your money
—What the rising interest rates mean
—Active investing versus passive investing
The Everything Guide to Investing in Your 20s and 30s teaches you how to maximize your investing strategy and make your money work for you. Don’t wait. Start investing today!
About the Author
Joe Duarte is a market analyst, trader, investor, and money manager. One of CNBC’s original Market Mavens, Dr. Duarte has been writing about and analyzing global events since 1990. His articles and commentary have been featured on Marketwatch.com, Barron’s, Smart Money, Medical Economics, and more. Dr. Duarte is a board-certified anesthesiologist, and former President of River Willow Capital Management where he managed individual accounts. His combined expertise in health care, energy, and the effects of politics and global intelligence on the financial markets have offered a unique blend of insight and information to thousands of active investors around the world on a daily basis, and he has been quoted in the major media, including CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, and CNN.com.
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