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Money Secrets: Keys To Smart Investing by Kim Curtis begins with a short and pertinent discussion about money and the need to make decisions about money; how you deal with money is how you deal with life. After a brief overview of financial terms and practices, Kim goes on to the specifics of financial planning, the nuts and bolts of investment, the importance of a diversification strategy, as well as the role of a financial advisor. Kim has made good use of attention grabbers and data presentation techniques like flow charts, pie charts, and diagrams, giving the reader the easy option of mastering the art of investing. A glossary of terms and a list of source material guarantee its position as a reference book as well.
Money Secrets: Keys To Smart Investing by Kim Curtis examines the whole gamut of spending money to accrue delayed benefits holistically. Rather than merely acting as a practical guide, this book will go a long way in making the whole subject clear to us, explaining all related terms from a practical as well as fiduciary angle, using sample forms wherever necessary. Introducing us to different types of professionals and experts in this field, Kim familiarizes us with the jobs and functions performed by them. This is thus a very useful book, both for a newbie to investing for learning the art, and for an expert in finances as a quick reference. The author has succeeded in packing a rather small book with a host of big ideas.