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This is a decent basic introduction to the stock market. The rudiments of investing in shares are first set forth. The writer segments trader types into three distinct categories, ''day'', ''momentum'' and ''long''. He espouses a safe and sensible strategy for each type, at least the strategy he personally employs - it is worth making notes. We are introduced to the basics of fundamental and technical analyse (P/E ratio and moving average, etc). It is a crisp succinctly written booklet which will offer the absolute basics, but it does have the feel of a printed-out net article - it is littered with web links - and will inherently leave one wanting more.
I literally knew nothing about the stock market, but thought that it might be something worth learning about. I bought this book based on the good reviews.
I am not saying it’s a bad book, though I wouldn’t say it’s for the complete beginner. I feel like things are skipped over, without thorough explanation. There are also terms used, without explanation to their meaning. It is a very short book, and there is a little bit too much self promotion for his other books and courses.
I’m sure I will come back to it. And I’m sure I will learn a lot from it. I have learnt a lot from it already. But, I will go back to the basics for now.
Its gives you the basic idea of the stock market but the content and the way the book is written is to flimsy. I think this could have been made to be a great book but it seemed rush and something that you would sit down, type and walk away. Overall not too impressed.
Its a decent book. It goes through a lot of basics which is really great, however, you can likely find all of that through google instead. A bit of a self-promo, its understandable of course, but still.