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The New Online Investor: The Revolution Continues (21st Century Investor) Peter  Temple

The New Online Investor: The Revolution Continues (21st Century Investor)

Peter Temple

Published April 14th 2000
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Kindle Edition
318 pages
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The new online investor the revolution continues 2nd edition Peter Temple More and more, clued-up private investors are realising that using the web to research, trade and track their investments gives them a money-making edge. Written by anMoreThe new online investor the revolution continues 2nd edition Peter Temple More and more, clued-up private investors are realising that using the web to research, trade and track their investments gives them a money-making edge. Written by an experienced financial journalist and acknowledged expert on the subject, this book assembles all the key information, including essential web addresses, that online investors need to make the most of their money. Detailed case studies show how investors can collect a wealth of free information from company web sites, online newspaper archives, bulletin boards and other net resources. Building on the success of The Online Investor, first published in 1997, The New Online Investor contains new chapters and a wealth of wholly new and radically updated material. Detailed comparative assessments of the best and worst company web sites, information on bonds and economics related sites, facts and figures on the latest developments in buying and selling shares online and much more besides are included in the book. An invaluable guide for any investor keen to get to grips with the internet- a valuable work of reference for those who already have. Simon London-Personal Finance Editor, Financial Times Analysts subscribers were among the first to benefit form Peter Temples knowledge of the online investing scene, and this excellent book should now enable his views to reach a much wider readership. Jeremy Utton - Editor and Founder, Analyst