Mad Money host Jim Cramer shows you how to turn your savings into real, lasting wealth.
Tired of phony promises about getting rich quickly? How about trying something different? How about going for lasting wealth—and doing it the cautious way? In Get Rich Carefully, Jim Cramer draws on his unparalleled knowledge of the stock market to help you navigate our recovering economy and make big money without taking big risks.
In plain English, Cramer lays it on the line. No-waffling, no on-the-one-hand-or-the-other hedging, just the straight stuff. He names names, highlights individual and sector plays, identifies the long-term investing themes—and explains how to develop the discipline you need to exploit them. An invaluable personal finance book, Get Rich Carefully is your guide to turning your savings into real, lasting wealth in a practical, highly readable, and entertaining way.
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50 pages in... I already feel more confident in my stocks and overall portfolio... Can't wait to find out how to navigate through all the garbage and pick other stocks to stabilize and build wealth... Will edit as I go along! Thanks.
Hitting some roadblocks along the way, and I certainly don't agree with all his conclusions; but he definitely gives a new perspective on picking stocks -- with a broader understanding of both macro and micro economic factors and their effect on a stocks value and growth.
Get Rich Carefully
As usual, Jim Cramer hits it out of the ballpark. During the Great Recession, I assumed everyone else on Wall Street knew more - if I trusted my money to others and was well diversified, our 401ks should not have become 201ks. That is when I started watching Mad Money and have bought all his books, along with educating myself concerning the markets. Yes, his books have changed over the years, but I believe the global economy and markets are continually changing. He provides the best insight for today's markets.
Yes, when I'm doing my homework, it can be really boring. But when I think I've not only gotten back to even, but ahead, it is worth it. His book is not a get rich quick book, but If you follow his advice, your hard earned money can accrue.
This book is a joke
Talks about his past and doesn't teach you anything