Audition Deadline: May 28, 2014
Whether you're a complete investing novice or just confused about all the contradictory advice out there, A Beginner's Guide to Investing is an accessible guide to growing your money the smart and easy way.
Throw away the get-rich quick schemes that never work and turn off the financial news and it's constant noise. Whether your dream is protecting your assets in a turbulent market or growing your wealth so that you can retire in style, this book is the blueprint.
You can be a successful investor - really.
Join Ivy Bytes, an innovative start-up dedicated to creating accessible content on crucial issues, and Alex Frey, a lifelong investor and Harvard MBA, as they show you:
How you can realistically expect to double your money every 7-10 years
Why most investors achieve stunningly poor returns on their money - and how to avoid turning into one of them
How to choose an investment account that you can keep for the rest of your life
How to out-perform the vast majority of professional investors while taking less risk
How to quickly create a portfolio of diversified ETFs (exchange traded funds)
How to put in as few as three to five hours every year on your investing - and still beat 80% of investors
Why you may not be properly diversified in holding the most popular index mutual funds
How endowments like Yale university have consistently beaten the overall stock market - and what you can learn from them
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Really good beginnner's guide
I think it's quite telling when the author informs us that the long-term investment strategy is fool proof, since essentially the whole economic system is based on it's success. Once you understand that, it's much easier to concentrate on retirement investing, diversification, and asset allocation - wow! I finally realize what all of those words mean!
Oh, Adam has a pretty steady/stable voice. He's extremely clear. I wouldn't want to see him emcee a wedding, but as a narrator, he gets 5 stars from me!
Yes, the book made me cry when I realized how much money I have lost over the past several years by not investing my savings correctly.
This is a very good book for anyone who knows a little about retirement investing (i.e., if you have taken the time to learn about your employer retirement benefit), and a little about the stock market, just so that one can understand enough terminology to understand this audio book. Although the book does a good job in providing definitions, it would be difficult to follow for someone who has no investment understanding what-so-ever. That being said, I think every beginner should listen to / read this book. It's practical, commonsense, and should make you understand, and give you the confidence, that taking your money out of that money market account, and putting it into yours and your spouse's Traditional or Roth IRA is one the best investment moves you could ever make! Such commonsense advice, and convincing through facts, and not fantasy. For some beginners, the book may leave your yearning for more. For example, in my case, by the end of the book I wanted to know more about exactly which investment products I should consider, or at least more tangible advice on how to identify such products from the milieu available in my low-cost brokerage account. I also wanted to know more about asset allocation, and how certain big changes in the economy, such as rising interest rates, might impact how I decide to allocate and/or reallocate my assets. The nice thing is that the author is active online and so you the discussion can continue after the book reading/listening is done!
- Joey "scientist dude"
Excellent beginner's guide
- Kelsey T.