e-books in Investing category
by Peter J. Ferrara, Michael D. Tanner - Cato Institute , 1998
A plain-language guide to the problems of Social Security and an alternative based on savings and investment. The authors show how a privatized Social Security system would work and why it would provide a better retirement for future generations.
by Robert Lewis II - Smashwords , 2016
The wealthy in America have been using the Insurance Industry in America as their own piggy banks since the start of the industrial revolution. When you do it right you can use this same practice to protect your money all the way until retirement.
by AP Faure - Bookboon , 2013
This introductory book covers the lifestyle choices faced by the individual over his life (the prudent conduct of which leads to early achievement of the elusive financial security goal - FSG), and the nuts and bolts and principles of investments.
by Lawrence Russell - Smashwords , 2013
People can benefit greatly, when they decide to follow investment strategies that are: 1) savings-driven, 2) thoroughly diversified, 3) completely passive, 4) risk-adjusted, 5) cost-effective, and 6) tax-efficient. These factors are all interrelated.
by William L.Hart - D.C Heath and Company , 1924
This book provides an elementary course in the theory and the application of annuities certain and in the mathematical aspects of life insurance. The book is particularly adapted to the needs of students in colleges of business administration.
by Harry M. Markowitz - John Wiley & Sons , 1959
This is a classic book, representing the first major breakthrough in the field of modern financial theory. It created the model which is the indispensable building block from which the theory of the demand for risky securities is constructed.
by Renee Stein - AGET Technologies , 2010
This book is about residential rehabbing and the multiple strategies that can be used to maximize profits in this current economic climate. The author's goal has always been to share knowledge with folks that are truly interested in rehabbing.
by D. Sornette - arXiv , 2003
General theory of financial crashes and of stock market instabilities. The authors start by discussing the limitation of standard analyses for characterizing how crashes are special, and conclude by their view of the organization of financial markets.