The Lazy Person's Guide to Investing
IN THIS SUMMARY
This book is a guide to help procrastinators, the financially challenged, and every one who worries about investing their money to create a nest egg for retirement or for sending children to college. Dr. Paul B. Farrell describes the simple no-hassle, low stress, time-saving way of successful investing in lazy portfolios that work in the background allowing most people to do more important things. This book tells the reader why he does not need a stockbroker or even a financial planner; that there is the couch potato type no-brainer easy to understand investment techniques; why the reading investor never have to pay a brokerage commission again; how the reader can use as few as two mutual funds to manage the reader's investments and virtually forget it; and how to adjust the reader's investments once a year in less time than it takes to microwave a potato.