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Understanding Stocks 2E

Understanding Stocks 2E

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Understanding Stocks 2E

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5/5 (1 rating)
Length:
273 pages
Released:
Jan 3, 2014
ISBN:
9780071830348
Format:
Book

Description

THE NEW EDITION OF THE STOCK INVESTING CLASSIC--PACKED WITH STRATEGIES FOR TODAY'S MARKET REALITIES

You don't have to be a financial expert to make great money in the stock market. You just need to know the basics of the market, when to invest, and how to avoid being an easy mark for more sophisticated investors.

Understanding Stocks, Second Edition, contains all the key material that made the first edition so popular—plus critical new information you need to succeed in a highly transformed investing landscape.

This go-to guide shows how to do everything from opening an account to making informed decisions when evaluating stocks and trading. Brand-new material covers:

  • Short selling
  • Commodities and bonds
  • Fundamental and technical analysis
  • Market indicators
  • ETFs
  • High-frequency trading

Containing new interviews with successful traders who reveal all their secrets, Understanding Stocks puts you on the path to stock market success by showing how to keep from losing your money before it's been given a chance to truly work for you.

Released:
Jan 3, 2014
ISBN:
9780071830348
Format:
Book

About the author

Michael Sincere is the author of a number of investing and trading books, including Understanding Stocks and the bestselling Understanding Options. As a financial journalist, he has written hundreds of columns and magazine articles on investing and trading, including a monthly column for MarketWatch on market indicators. He has been interviewed on dozens of national radio programs and has appeared on CNBC and ABC's World News Now. Sincere lives in Miami, Florida.

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