LET'S TAKE STOCK by Don G. Campbell

LET'S TAKE STOCK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the uninitiated investor (there are 12,490,000 people who own common stocks- 50% of them in the under $7,500 income bracket) this provides a basic briefing. Who should (economically - emotionally) invest; investment as a long range hedge against the rising cost of living; the costs of buying and selling; the types of stocks and bonds; what you want in a stock (income; growth?) and some calculated risks; market cycles and when to buy and sell; investment clubs and monthly plans- this parallels other primers in this area of private enterprise, and is probably the breeziest approach yet. Not for urton Crane's Sophisticated Investor but that mass market indicated above.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1959
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill