The essential stock market guide for beginners, updated with timely strategies for investing your money. The perfect gift for anyone hoping to learn the basics of investing.
Now in its fifth edition, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing has established itself as a clear, concise, and highly effective approach to stocks and investment strategy. Rooted in the principles that made it invaluable from the start, this completely revised and updated edition of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing shares a wealth of information, including:
•What has changed and what remains timeless as the economy recovers from the subprime crash
•All-new insights from deep historical research showing which measurements best identify winning stocks
•A rock-solid value averaging plan that grows 3 percent per quarter, regardless of the economic climate
•An exclusive conversation with legendary Legg Mason portfolio manager Bill Miller, revealing what he learned from the crash and recovery
•Thoroughly updated resources emphasizing online tools, the latest stock screeners, and analytical sites that best navigated recent trends
Accessible and intelligent, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing is what every investor, new or seasoned, needs to keep pace in the current market. This book is a must read for anyone looking to make money in the stock market this year!
Easy Read & Easy Understanding
I commend Jason Kelly on writing such a concise, understandable, guide to investing. Both beginners and experts alike can learn from this book.
It Really Is!
This book really is a neat introduction to finance and investing. In a very concise way, the author covers everything from an introduction to the Markets to principles of fundamental analysis, ratios, and dividend discount models. This is followed by a brief introduction to technical analysis, enough to make you want to explore in more depth later. The second part of the book covers the ideas and investment philosophies of a number of the most successful investors and fund managers of the last 40 or so years. This is a very common sense guide to long term, relatively conservative investing, not trading, which are two very different animals. Follow the author's advice, and you will get rich slooooooowly, through good markets and bad, as opposed to the alternative, which is to lose your shirt quickly.