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Money, especially our own, needs careful planning and constant nurturing. To help secure our finances and maximize earnings of our investments, Books by Mail has selected the following titles on personal investments and finance to fill our need for professional counseling in securing our financial future. Take advantage of years of accumulated wisdom on how to handle our own money thruo0gh these latest books on investments and finance.


a. Personal finance:

 1. Money Shock 

By James Jorgensen.

224 pages

Finally here’s a book, written for the average consumer that not only explains the enormous changes in our financial services but more importantly guides us on how to take advantage of these innovations to our advantage.  


2. Dollars and Sense: Financial Wisdom in 101 doses

By Gerald W. Perritt

412 pages

A Comprehensive primer on money management handily dispensed in quick, to the point chapters. Covers many areas of personal finance from credit cards, to bank accounts, to taxes, to retirement planning and much more.


3. Common Cents: the complete money management workbook

By Judy Lawrence

84 pages

Helps to put sensible financial planning in black & white. Conveniently offers readymade, easy to follow worksheets to help us organize our finances and take full control of our money.


4. The Manager’s lifelong money book

By David M. Brownstone and Jacques Sartisky

250 pages

Here’s a comprehensive sourcebook for all businesspeople on how to attain financial security. It is a fundamental guide to money, investing, insurance, and real estate investments.



b. Personal Investments:

5. Commodity Futures: Markets, methods of analysis and management risks

By Anthony F. Herbst

289 pages

Here’s a comprehensive introduction to commodity and financial futures. Herbst takes the reader by the hand while explaining the basics of price behavior theories, use of hedging and investment strategies.

6. Surviving the Great Depression of 1990

By Dr. Ravi Batra

367 pages

As a sequel to his best seller, The Great Depression of 1990, Batra details ways to protect our assets, our investments, and even our job through the coming depression while others will be lucky to keep their heads above the water. His financial strategy will not only help us survive but succeed.


7. Stand Weinstein’s secrets for profiting in bull and bear markets

By Stan Weinstein

348 pages

Considered one of the best market forecasters, Weinstein distills in this book what he has preached in his widely read newsletter. The Professional Tape reader. He shows us how to identify predictable patterns in market trends crucial to buying and selling decisions.


8. The Encyclopedia of Technical market indicators

By Robert W. Colby and Thomas A. Meyers

581 pages

Has the most complete reference of technical stock market indicators for intelligent investing. Shows us how to use them with clear examples and performance history over decades of stock market analysis.


9. Hedging foreign exchange: Converting risk to profit

By Eric T. Jones and Donald L. Jones

239 pages

This book shows us how to recognize and measure our exposure to foreign exchange risk, and develop hedging strategies of our own that can not only neutralize risks but turn them into profits.


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