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The Primary Goal of Insurance | Page 41

The two main types of life insurance are “term” and “permanent.” Term life is a pure insurance product, while permanent insurance, also called “whole life,” has a savings component, too. Make term…Read More

Take the Initiative and Use Trade Order Qualifiers | Page 49

Look through these order qualifiers and decide which ones you’ll use the next time you take the initiative in your financial game…Read More

Four Techniques to Make You a Better Investor | Page 94

Try these techniques to truly make yourself a patient person…Read More

How to Talk About Money So Your Spouse Will Listen | Page 106

When starting the dialogue with your spouse about finances make sure to be particularly sensitive, since money pushes a lot of emotional buttons in people, including fear, anxiety, guilt, and anger…Read More

12 Major Market Sectors | Page 126

Keep in mind the following segments of the economy when choosing where to allocate money, and make sure your money is diversified among several sectors…Read More

Size Matters: Large, Medium, or Small-Cap Companies | Page 126

The term “market capitalization,” or “market cap,” refers to the size of a company. Determine this figure by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the price per share…Read More

Premium Bonds: What Makes Them So Valuable? | Page 140

A premium bond is one that you buy on the secondary market for more than par value ($1,000)…Read More

Mutual Funds Come in Many Formats | Page 156

With the abundance of theme funds available, and the ever expanding number of growth funds, value funds, balanced funds, bond funds, tax-free funds, socially conscious funds, and more, how can an individual investor efficiently establish a broadly diversified account? Read More

Fund Expenses and Tax Example | Page 161

In addition to their regular expense ratio and trading costs, funds may assess sales charges as follows…Read More

Call Options | Page 192

When you buy a call option (a contract) from a seller (sometimes called the option “writer”), it gives you the right to buy a specific number of shares of a stock from him at a set price (strike price) for a limited period of time…Read More

Benefiting from Losses in ETFs | Page 198

Tax-loss swaps don’t offer you a best-of-both-worlds opportunity only in bonds. If you own ETFs (exchange traded funds), you can unload a losing position and buy a similar fund at the same time…Read More