The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Dec 29, 2009 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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The essential stock market guide, now updated with even more timely and necessary information

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 needs to keep pace in the current market.
  

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Good overview of investing. - Goodreads
Good easy-to-read intro to equity investing. - Goodreads
It is written well and its easy to read. - Goodreads

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Good easy-to-read intro to equity investing. Definitely recommend. Read full review

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User Review  - Joanvanrijn - Goodreads

Great summaries of basic theory of investing. You either like risk or you don't! Reading about professional investors and their insights are very helpful. Good to find out what kind of investor you are! Read full review

Contents

Why Stocks Are Good Investments
How Stocks Trade
How You Make Money Owning Stocks
Why and How a Company Sells Stock
What People Mean by The Market
How to Choose a Broker to Buy Stocks
How to Evaluate Stocks
Three Stock Classifications You Should Know
Limiting the Downside with Charts
What to Expect
Choose a Discount Broker
Place Orders
Personal Experience
The Investment Grapevine
Publications
Companies Themselves

Meet the Masters
Benjamin Graham
Philip Fisher
Warren Buffett
Peter Lynch
William ONeil
Bill Miller
Where the Masters Agree
Testing Popular Measurements
Combining the Measurements
What You Should Retain from Historys Lessons
Value Averaging for Steady Growth
A Short Sweet Look at the Dow
The Dow Dividend Strategies
Doubling the Dow
Maximum Midcap
The Downside
Stock Screeners
The Internet
Build a Core Portfolio
Maintain Your Stocks to Watch Worksheet
Gather the Worksheet Criteria
Use Your Reasons and Limits Worksheet
Buy Your Stocks
When the Markets Up Down and All Around
Sell Your Stocks
Track Your Performance
Speak the Language of Stocks
How History Tells Us to Invest
Permanent Portfolios
Get Ready to Invest
Research to Riches
Bon Voyage
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About the author (2009)

Jason Kelly wrote about a variety of topics, from computers to finance, before finding his niche in the stock market.

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