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Share Investing for Dummies

Tuesday 13th March 2007

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Share Investing for Dummies

by James Dunn

Find new opportunities and build your wealth through smart investing. Discover how to pick winning stocks, recognise investment opportunities and ditch the duds!

With so many choices, assessing, buying and selling shares can be tricky. Share Investing For Dummies makes it simple with proven tactics and time-tested strategies for picking winners. This updated edition provides new case studies and resources, as well as information on the latest instruments - and will have you investing with confidence in no time!

"This book is over 500 pages long and has 27 chapters on a wide range of topics. It is the most comprehensive book on investing I have seen for quite some time," Vicky Powell, ShareChat.

Share Investing for Dummies ($44.95 + $4.95 p&p) is available through the Good Returns Bookstore ( or call 0800 345 675)

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