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The stock markets are a collection of markets and exchange, where issuing and trading of equities of public listed companies, bonds, other securities through formal exchanges or over the counter markets. It involves buying and selling shares and securities to generate capital. The stock exchange market is what made Warren Buffet super rich. If you are able to monitor the situation of the securities and their patterns with time, you can truly make a fortune that can last you several lifetimes. This book aims at showing you how to take advantage of the stock exchange market and mint millions from the few thousand dollars stuffed under your mattress or that you have saved in the bank. The stock market was once thought to be a thing for the elite class but things have changed now. The stock exchange market is a great business opportunity for every citizen of planet earth.
The reason for companies trading their stocks is to generate enough capital to facilitate their business operations to a whole new level expanding their market reach and increasing profit income. As a prospective investor, you have to buy floating shares or stocks at a lower rate and hold onto them until the stocks experience a boom and their prices go up. At this point, you can sell your shares at a higher rate than you bought them making a considerable amount of profit. Some of the best investors in the stock market make millions of dollars from one trade! This book aims at making you wealthy and rich by trading in the stock market.
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By Stephen & Andrea Martini on 07-09-18
Great for a beginner
I have always been curious about investing, but had no idea how to even begin. This is a great resource for the begining investor. The author broke down the information to the basics for people like me.
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By Martha Harris on 07-12-18
nice Audio Book
The book clarifies, in a plain simple to-take after way, how securities exchanges work and give tips on the most proficient method to begin with putting resources into such markets.
The peruser may have the false impression that stocks are the main method for contributing your cash and that is the primary contention about the book: it is focused at non-experienced financial specialists yet does not specify different methods for contributing your investment funds, huge numbers of them less hazardous and convoluted than purchasing stocks.
Regardless, with regards to its point, the data is clear and efficient and portrayed. It abandons you with a decent essential comprehension on the point.