By Craig Israelsen. The goal of investing is to make money, not spend it. Craig Israelsen's The Thrifty Investor is a comprehensive listing of low-cost, high-return stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and more that are tailor-made for the investor on a limited budget. No-nonsense and to the point--to save you time as well as money--The Thrifty Investor is filled with page after page of strategies proven to work for any investor. Use it to take control of your money, and determine how you will start to build your financial future. McGraw-Hill Companies (2000), English, Paperback: 265 pages.
*Top-performing low or no-load mutual fund accounts you can begin with as little as $25. Evaluate these funds in the light of today!
*Historical data showing which mutual funds have delivered the most return for a variety of investment approaches
*Direct stock purchase plans (DSPP) that let you buy stock directly from America's leading companies--IBM, WalMart, Merck, and others--for as little as $25 per month
*Dollar cost averaging strategies that let you buy most when the prices are best.