The 5 Mistakes Every Investor Makes and How to Avoid Them
- Getting Investing Right
- Narrated by: Tom Parks
- Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-14-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
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With so much at stake in investing and wealth management, investors cannot afford to keep repeating actions that could have serious negative consequences for their financial goals. The 5 Mistakes Every Investor Makes and How to Avoid Them focuses on what investors do wrong so often so they can set themselves on the right path to success. In this comprehensive reference, listeners learn to navigate the ever-changing variables and market dilemmas that often make investing a risky and daunting endeavor. Well-known and respected author Peter Mallouk shares useful investment techniques, discusses the importance of disciplined investment management, and pinpoints common, avoidable mistakes made by professional and everyday investors alike.
Designed to provide a workable, sensible framework for investors, The 5 Mistakes Every Investor Makes and How to Avoid Them encourages investors to refrain from certain negative actions, such as fighting the market, misunderstanding performance, and letting one's biases and emotions get in the way of investing success.
Details the major mistakes made by professional and everyday investors
Highlights the strategies and mindset necessary for navigating ever-changing variables and market dilemmas
Includes useful investment techniques and discusses the importance of discipline in investment management
Provides additional content and resources on a companion website.
A reliable resource for investors who want to make more informed choices, this audiobook steers listeners away from past investment errors and guides them in the right direction.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Anant Kishore on 06-27-18
Got one big lesson from this one
Don't time the market and, when you have money to invest, just invest it all right away and then forget about it. Then hold on for a long time. The advice, backed by some statistics, was helpful to me. Geared towards the index investor not anyone actively selecting stocks but still worth the time invested I thought.