Money Talk : Finance and investment terms for busy people

By: Edna Carew

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Allen & Unwin: Allen & Unwin, 1999. A pocket-sized guide to understanding all the financial terms associated with you and your money presented in the straightforward manner that is the trademark of Edna Carew's writing.<p> There are numerous guides, at many levels, on how to make the most of your money. All of them however use, have to use, a range of terms which will bewilder some readers - as do the numerous financial newspapers and magazines, from the <i>Financial Review</i> to the business column in the <i>Sunday Telegraph</i>. There's a strong element therefore of 'what you never understood but were embarrassed to ask' about this little guide, which although it won't enable readers to bandy terms with screen jockeys and merchant bankers, will ensure that they can get a better understanding of the financial pages and the latest get-rich-quick book.<br><br>Edna Carew has forged a reputation over the past twenty years as a first-rate communicator who can whittle down complex concepts into plain, intelligible language.<p> 1. Cash<br><br>2. Fixed income investments<br><br>3. Shares<br><br>4. Property<br><br>5. Direct versus indirect investment<br><br>6. Foreign exchange<br><br>7. Financial institutions<br><br>8. Income protection<p><p>. Paperback. New.

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