Joe Jonh Duran - The First Time Investors Workbook
Joe Jonh Duran – The First Time Investors Workbook
With “The First Time Investor’s Workbook”, author Larry Chambers goes a step further to help the uninitiated, giving them a hands-on workbook so that they can trade on paper first. “The First Time Investor’s Workbook” is a practical guide loaded with worksheets, checklists, tests and examples designed to help investors take control of their investments. It reveals the same investment advice that successful investors use to build winning portfolios. This handy guide combines solid, objective investment advice with helpful examples to provide a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to investing. From basic investing to advanced strategies, the reader can apply this information at his or her own pace, gaining the confidence and the ability to avoid emotional investment decisions and to recognize misinformation in an ever-expanding, competitive marketplace of investment products. This useful, interactive book combines today’s most important investing concepts into one comprehensive guide. In “The First Time Investor’s Workbook”, readers should learn everything astute investors, traders and financial advisors know before committing to investment plans. Chambers examines various investment strategies and weeds out those that have proven to be ineffective. And, readers will discover the answers to the four key questions that must be asked before starting an investment plan. This book is the answer for would-be investors who need a push to make the jump from reading about investing to actually implementing an investing plan. Readers should learn: how to determine an investing budget; how to buy stocks and funds on-line; and how to use your checkbook to set up a winning investment strategy. Financial information is no longer an exclusive privilege of the well-off. Technology has given ordinary people complete tools to invest in today’s market. “The First Time Investor’s Workbook” should enable the reader to connect the dots – and reap the profits.