Figuring Out Wall Street 

Figuring Out Wall Street is a concise guide to help first-time investors to veterans of investing understand how financial markets work.
This comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide is written with terms defined; and charts and graphs to make complex concepts understandable.
This practical guide delivers:
- An inside look at the financial products.
- An overview of savings and investment products and how to invest to match your goals.
- A complete review of economic indicators to help you monitor your investments.
- How the stock exchanges work and an overview of the world of investment banking.
- Action plans for learning how to invest in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, government securities, options and futures.
- A guide to using asset allocation to help you manage your investments as they grow.

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Family Financial Freedom 

You might be struggling to make ends meet, but achieving true financial freedom is still possible. The good news is virtually anyone with a desire to learn and the willingness to plan can achieve a considerable degree of financial security. This book is a road map to the personal financial freedom you want and deserve. There are no quick-rich schemes here, just common sense advice on how to manage your money, protect your family from risks and start making the moves to being more financial secure.

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College Without Ramen Noodles

Do you doubt that college is possible for you? Stop doubting and read College Without Ramen Noodles; A Guide to Affording College. In 10 chapters, this highly readable guide provides college students and their parents with dozens of ways to make college a reality. In fact, use enough of these tips, and you may keep college debt at zero.

You can use one or more the options highlighted in this book to help get through college without taking on a lot of debt. If you are already working on a degree, start cutting expenses now using 78 practical tips that lower your living expenses.

You might even find some good reasons why you might be better off with an alternative to a college degree. Regardless of your circumstances, this book offers valuable information as you consider going to college.

For parents, get valuable tips on savings for college and guidance on what to do if you haven't saved enough (it's actually OK you didn't). College Without Ramen Noodles is written from the author's personal experience of sending five kids to college over the past 20 years. His children attended trade schools, private colleges and state universities.

You make think college is too expensive or that the only way to afford college is with lots of student loans. In this guide to affording college, the author offers lots of optional ways to get the college education you need to be ready for the career you want and make sure it is still affordable. From working part-time, to getting a full ride scholarship, this book covers all the options.