• Stock Market Investing for Beginners

  • An Easy and Simple Guide to Make Money in Stock Market
  • Di: William James
  • Letto da: Jon Turner
  • Durata: 1 ora e 6 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 26 01 2018
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Saksham Sharma
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Sintesi dell'editore

The stock market is like a maze. To invest in stocks, one needs to have a thorough knowledge about the investments and different stocks. Stock Market Investing for Beginners is an audiobook that tells us in a very simple language all aspects of stock market investing and the issues concerned. It is a comprehensive study of all the data, analysis tools, and support that you need before investing.

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. History has shown that investing in stocks is one of the easiest and most profitable ways to build wealth over the long-term. With a handful of notable exceptions, almost every member of the Forbes 400 list got there because they own a large block of shares in a public or private corporation. Although your beginning may be humble, this guide to investing in stocks will explain what stocks are, how you can make money from them, and much more.

If you’re not well-versed in the basics of the stock market, the words and numbers spewed from CNBC or the markets section of your favorite newspaper can border on gibberish. Phrases like "earnings movers" and "intra-day highs" don’t mean much to the average investor, and in many cases, they shouldn’t. If you’re in it for the long term - with, say, a portfolio of mutual funds geared toward retirement - you don’t need to worry about this lingo, or about the flashes of red or green that cross the bottom of your TV screen. You can get by just fine without watching the market much at all.

But if you’re interested in trading stocks, you need to start with some basic knowledge about how the stock market works.

©2018 William James (P)2018 Saksham Sharma

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