Please enjoy this free excerpt on emotional investing from Stop Losing Money Today. Here's a description of the complete audio program:This audiobook offers 27 years of investing experience from a professional who has dealt with over 5,000 individual investors, over 100 professional portfolio managers, and 150 research analysts, and has traveled and advised over 200 growth companies. Georges Yared uncovers for you the investing tricks of the trade. No more guessing. Know how to identify great companies and how to be patient, or not, with an investment. Know when to buy, sell, and/or buy more. Georges also details for you the magic of growth investing through an individual approach, whether through mutual funds and/or common stocks. He carefully teaches you how to make your broker or advisor work for you and your agenda.This audiobook will teach you:
How to use emotions to your advantage in investing
When patience is a virtue and when it is a waste
Exactly when to buy, when to sell, and when to buy more
How to identify great, up-and-coming companies before anyone else
How to make your broker/advisor WORK for you
How to qualify an existing or potentially new broker/advisor
How to quickly identify great research - and mediocre research
How to clearly define your approach and implement your strategy
The difference between speculating and investing
How to quickly know if a company is a fad, a niche, or a phenomenon
How to learn the investing methods of professional portfolio managers
And much, much more.
"At last! A book that makes sense out of the complex world of investing. Georges Yared offers up his vast experience and wisdom in a simple, easy-to-follow guide for all investors, from expert to beginner." (The New York Times Book Review)
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The main book which is ad for here, got only two positive reviews and posted at 2006 and 2007 before the market crash. None from after. So, you can tell.