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Pages: 370

Language: English

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (16 Nov. 2007)

By: Isabelle Kassam(Author) Paul Mladjenovic(Author)

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Investing in Shares For Dummiescovers the basics of investing for individuals and households that want to watch their savings grow. Simple and straight–forward, this friendly guide covers all the categories of shares, shows readers how to analyse the key markets, and offers invaluable resources for developing a portfolio. The experienced author team offers wise advice and proven tactics for beginners who want to get in on the game without risking their shirts. Whether the market is up or down, readers will benefit from sound, practical investing strategies and insights that have helped generations of investors profit from the markets.Investing in Shares For Dummiesincludes:Getting to know the stock market and assessing the risksPreparing to buyFinding a stockbrokerPicking winning investmentsInvestment strategies and tactics

Investing in Shares For Dummiesgives you the sound advice and proven tactics you need to play the markets and watch your profits grow. The experienced authors introduce you to all categories of shares, show you how to analyse the key markets, and offer invaluable resources for developing a portfolio. Whether the markets are up or down, you’ll discover practical investing strategies and expert insights so you have the knowledge to invest with confidence.


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  • By Nic on 31 August 2011

    what does not inspire confidence is a rather obvious error. Page 64:Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs): ETFs are also called Contracts For Difference (CFD) and are one of the secrets of stock market investing. ...This simply untrue. They are very different beasts. A CFD is a gamble on the direction of a price- an ETF participation in a selected market so merely "speculative" (yes - there is a difference). An ETF makes money if an index/price rises - a CFD makes money if you have guessed the direction correctly and compounds the movement (ie can exaggerate the difference v quickly).The reason I highlight this is that there are unscrupulous companies who market CFDs to inexperienced investors, novices even. CFDs are what they call derivatives, the type of thing that brought down Baring's Bank. My broker's advice, do not have anything to do with these companies. Handing your money over to them is a bit like handing your money to a casino and asking them to gamble it for you. You will not get much of it back.

  • By Ms. I. Le Covec on 9 October 2009

    This book explains very well the principles behind investing in shares and offers a very realistic view of this type of investment, explaining the risks clearly, and proposing a sound strategy to get started.

  • By FuriousTWolf on 7 April 2011

    This book is a very good read if its your first book, however if your a few books in don't bother it's probably a little basic. If you are reading this as your first book that's great I would recommend that your next book is Trading For Dummies

  • By Guest on 17 August 2010

    If you are new to share trading this could be a good book for you.When you want to move on to more detailed analysis, (WHEN & WHAT to BUY and WHEN TO SELL) consider other Dummies books.I prefer to use technical Analysis (see TA for Dummies), but if you prefer analysis of Fundamentals, see FA for Dummies.You will need more than in this book alone to trade sucessfully, but you need to get a solid grouding before you start to trade.

  • By T. Davies on 22 April 2009

    I have bought a few of the "For Dummies" books over the years and find they always teach me something (even when I thought I was already an "expert"). I didn't have much of a clue on this particular subject but after learning some helpful tips I am already showing a nice profit on my modest investments after only one month.

  • By Rls on 17 December 2010

    Investing in Shares for Dummies is an excellent book. It give you information on the stock market and how it works, the business pages and how too understand them, company documents and how to read them and the general things too look out for when investing on the stock market, plus much, much more.It is a very useful book and there is a sense of humour throughout the book giving it a good feel as well as informative. The authors seem very experienced in this field resulting in the literature being extremely acurate and useful.I would recommend this book too anyone thinking of investing in shares on the stock market.

  • By MrD on 24 December 2012

    This book is absolutley brilliant. Explains things clearly and with a sense of humour. Very good read. Can't comment on the advice yet as I am following its rules on what to do before I start investing

  • By Ricky Rocker on 10 February 2012

    This book is a perfect way for the absolute beginner to start life on the stock market. Informative, practical and interesting! An essential guide to the whys and wherefores of share dealing.

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