Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing This bit of wisdom comes from the most successful investor the world has ever known a Warren Buffet (Otherwise known as, aThe oracle of Omahaa) This book was written to give the non-professional trader a better chance to be successful and save them the crippling cost of entering the market in a wild and undisciplined manner. Above all, it can open the possibility for the readers to make gains beyond their wildest dreams. Whenever technical terms are first used in this book they are followed up by an explanation or definition of that term. In this guide the author has avoided using abbreviations except when they are used frequently or have been repeated many times previously. A dictionary of the more common technical words used in stock market Jargon can be found in the appendix. How to find all the others can also be found in the book. Explanations are in plain English. A dash of humor and fun is included. Donat ask why when there seems to be a bit of magic here and there.The first section of this book deals with buying stocks and holding them. This is the least risky investment you can involve yourself in if you pick your stocks carefully. The advice we give you here is to buy blue chip shares if you can afford them.
|Title||:||Stock Market Trading for Beginners|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2014-01-20|