There are many ways to learn about mutual funds, careers in the field, and the business world. First, read newspapers and magazines such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, and Financial Times to learn more about companies, business practices, and specific industry sectors. Publications for the typical investor—such as Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and Money—will provide you with a good introduction to stocks, bonds, and other securities, as well as investment strategies. Books such as Mutual Funds For Dummies (For Dummies, 2018) and Competitive Advantage in Investing: Building Winning Professional Portfolio (Wiley, 2020) will also be helpful.
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