ALVIN D. HALL is an internationally renowned financial educator and has been teaching about the financial markets and investment products for nearly three decades. He has written more than a dozen investment and personal finance books, including the bestselling Your Money or Your Life (nominated for a 2010 NAACP Image Award), Getting Started in Stocks, and an award-winning children's book, Show Me the Money, which has been published in twenty languages. Hall has hosted several BBC2 television series, including the award-winning Your Money or Your Life, as well as programs on BBC Radio 4 about business, personal finance, and contemporary art. In 2010, Hall hosted the BBC World News series Alvin's Guide to Good Business, featuring social entrepreneurs in Africa, Asia, and the United States. Hall is a personal finance contributor on NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin and WNYC's The Takeaway. He lives in New York City and is President of Cooperhall Press, Inc., a company that designs and conducts training programs about the financial markets.
Chapter 1 Definition and Structure of a Mutual Fund.
Chapter 2 Investment Objectives and Risks of Stock and Bond Funds.
Chapter 3 Fees and Expenses: Load, No-Load, and Pure No-Load Funds.
Chapter 4 Buying, Redeeming, and Exchanging Mutual Fund Shares.
Chapter 5 Analyzing Mutual Fund Performance.
Chapter 6 Shareholder Services.
Chapter 7 Seven Wisdoms of Mutual Fund Investing.