Stock Market Investing for Beginners: Essentials to Start Investing Successfully - Tycho Press

Stock Market Investing for Beginners: Essentials to Start Investing Successfully

By Tycho Press

  • Release Date: 2013-11-26
  • Genre: Investing
Score: 4
4
From 102 Ratings

Description

Learn how to invest your money the smart way.

All forms of investment share a common purpose: to provide for a better future. Stock market investing is one of the best tools you can use to build a more secure financial foundation for you and your family. However, for those of us who aren't professional stockbrokers, the process of stock market investing can seem complex and bewildering. Stock Market Investing for Beginners will arm you with the information you need to understand the basics of stock market investing, and start taking control of your financial future. Stock Marketing Investing for Beginners will take the frustration and intimidation out of stock market investing, so that you can make the investments that are right for your financial goals.

Stock Market Investing for Beginners gives you the tools to start investing wisely and successfully, with:

* Straightforward explanation of the fundamentals of stock market investing
* 10 key stock marketing investing questions answered
* 5 strategies for picking winners
* Useful advice on buying, selling, owning, and diversifying
* Invaluable tips on building your financial portfolio through stock marketing investing

The sooner you start investing, the better off you will be. Stock Market Investing for Beginners will show you how to make a small investment now, for a better tomorrow.

Reviews

  • This Book Really Explains things well

    5
    By Jcat72008
    I knew almost nothing about investing and how to get into the stock market. This book takes you through the ins and outs of investing step by step and makes it quite simple. The book was easy to understand and quite informative. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning how to invest.
  • Very informative

    5
    By Danielle Guy
    In the last year I had been thinking about ways to build wealth and was interested in the stock market. I stumbled across this book and I'm happy to say it has not been a disappointment. This book has been very helpful at giving me a better understanding of the stock market. It doesn't use overly complex language that creates confusion rather than help you. It lays out in simple terms how to understand the fundamentals of the stock market. I recommend this book for anyone interested in the stock market.
  • Great beginners guide

    4
    By xMelissaAnne
    Very good book for beginners. Definitely a lot to take in when you know nothing about investing but everything is drawn out so you can easily understand it. This book is great for someone ready to invest in the stock market and learn to spend their money more wisely.
  • Excellent Guide for the New Investor

    5
    By Hilary426
    The author does a great job giving an overview of the stock market, and offers very helpful advice to new investors. This is the book you want to read before you entrust your savings and future investment plans to a financial advisor. A little knowledge goes a long way, and you will have a much better understanding of how to buy stock and when it's a good time to sell once you have read this book.
  • Great book for investing in the stock market!

    5
    By stephag1990
    If you are interested in investing in the stock market this book will help you by giving you tips so you can learn how to invest your money wisely and successfully.
  • Great if you already know a little about investing!

    5
    By Mizzamie360
    I know a lot of the reviews say that this isn't for the beginner investor but I think if you have a general idea of what investing is and the route you want to take this is a really good book. I thouroughly enjoyed it and I ended up getting some great tips and now I have a general idea of where I want to start in the investing world.
  • Not Happy

    1
    By Somervilleres
    I started this book with little knowledge of investing. At first the book was helpful then quickly became complicated. I didn't mind that part to much, but I there was one thing that drove me insane about this book. They present these tables with quartley earnings and Trailing 12 Month figures. The problem is that they DONT TELL YOU HOW TO GET THEM. They barely mention how to get these numbers. I looked on Yahoo Finance and SEC filings. I am sure that they are on there, but I could not find what I was looking for. Since the terms are so different on the websites. This was a big waste of 4 bucks, now I am looking for a real beginners guide to investing.
  • Clear & Engaging, Investing 101

    5
    By tcb_cb
    Reading “Stock Market Investing for Beginners” is like taking an informative course in Investing 101. The glossary alone prepares you to have an intelligent conversation about the fundamentals of the stock market. Helping you decide how much money you want to make, how much time you have to do it, and when you want to access that money, this book gives you the information you need to enter the stock market at any level. Accessing your motivation, setting attainable goals, and doing your research is explained in a clear and engaging format.
  • Review

    4
    By Matthew Porto
    If you have little to no stock market experience at all, this book is right for you. Its information is basic and essential for someone just learning the ropes in such a complex field. In the book, they discuss the instability of the market. That was useful because it is easy to think some people have the secrets and others don’t. Sometimes that might be the case, but this book makes it clear that with a little basic know-how you might be able to profit from investments in the stock market.
  • Great Introduction To Investing

    4
    By Roxy7410
    Stock Market Investing For Beginners is an easy to understand introduction to the stock market and the basics for investing. A great place to start if you have no previous understanding of the stock market.