The First Book for People Who Want to Make Serious Money In the Stock Market Without Becoming an Expert. Pocket-size guide to everything you need to know about stocks; including more than 50 quick, easy, and entertaining lessons on stocks and investing. Discusses how to open an account, evaluate a stock, and place a trade; strategies for making money slow or fast, with the advantages and dangers of each; and ten costly mistakes that are easy to make.
"By resisting both the popular tendency to use gimmicks that oversimplify securities analysis and the academic tendency to use jargon that obfuscates common sense, Pat Dorsey has written a substantial and useful book. His methodology is sound, his examples clear and his approach timeless." – Christopher C. Davis
by George A. Fontanills, Tom Gentile, George A. Fontanills
Uses a minimum of technical jargon to help beginners in the stock market avoid the pain and expense of learning the trading game. Offers a step-by-step guide to the basic rules and mechanisms of stock investment. The companion workbook is also available. DLC: Stocks--United States.
I highly recommend this book to anyone that is trading stocks or considering trading stocks. This book describes a whole new way to trade stocks. It shows you how and when to buy, hold, and sell stocks buy letting the stock its self tell you what to do.
Solid investment know-how is not just for savvy Wall Streeters. The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing provides novice investors with all the information they need to make smart stock choices. Author Jason Kelly deciphers seemingly complicated lingo on stock markets with his easy, conversational style and shows beginners how to tackle stocks with confidence. The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing combines friendly guidance and sound financial expertise, giving readers a solid foundation on which to build a profitable portfolio.
THE bestselling guide to Getting Started in Stocks. Thinking of getting your feet wet in the stock market, but don't know where to begin? Perhaps you've already taken the plunge but would like to know more about the stock and mutual fund investments you've made? Tens of thousands of investors already know the place to start is this best-selling guide by Alvin D. Hall, whose dynamic style of teaching investment professionals has earned him the moniker, the "Professor of Wall Street.
Back and better than ever, If You're Clueless about the Stock Market and Want to Know More is the ultimate stock-market primer. It's packed with user-friendly tips, charts, sidebars, pop quizzes, and resources throughout.
"Insider's Guide for the online investor." "50 Tips to send your stock soaring. An interactive guide to the stock market. A guide designed to inform and help the novice investor. Highlights typical pitfalls for investors, such as margin and IPO's. Market concepts discussed that the brokerage houses and institutions do not want you to know. Information and tips to help you understand market manipulation and suggestions to prevent you from becoming a victim of it. Learn how a broker is compensated and decide for yourself if he or she is acting in your best interest. Knowledge to help you understand the market. So, you can make informed, intelligent, unemotional decisions when investing.
Mastering Microcaps: Strategies, Trends, and Stock Selection by Marc Robins, Daniel P. Coker
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