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Wall Street Investing for Beginners

A Newbie's Guide to Investing in the Stock Market and Get Paid
Narrated by: Roger Wood
Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
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Are you looking to invest money in the stock market but not sure of how to get started?

The stock markets are a collection of markets and exchange, where issuing and trading of equities of public listed companies, bonds, other securities through formal exchanges or over the counter markets. It involves buying and selling shares and securities to generate capital. The stock exchange market is what made Warren Buffet super rich. If you are able to monitor the situation of the securities and their patterns with time, you can truly make a fortune that can last you several lifetimes. This book aims at showing you how to take advantage of the stock exchange market and mint millions from the few thousand dollars stuffed under your mattress or that you have saved in the bank. The stock market was once thought to be a thing for the elite class but things have changed now. The stock exchange market is a great business opportunity for every citizen of planet earth.

The reason for companies trading their stocks is to generate enough capital to facilitate their business operations to a whole new level expanding their market reach and increasing profit income. As a prospective investor, you have to buy floating shares or stocks at a lower rate and hold onto them until the stocks experience a boom and their prices go up. At this point, you can sell your shares at a higher rate than you bought them making a considerable amount of profit. Some of the best investors in the stock market make millions of dollars from one trade! This book aims at making you wealthy and rich by trading in the stock market.

©2017 Abhishek Kumar (P)2017 Abhishek Kumar

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Great for a beginner

I have always been curious about investing, but had no idea how to even begin. This is a great resource for the begining investor. The author broke down the information to the basics for people like me.

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A Perfect book

More than just a dictionary, this book gives in-depth, easy to understand explanations of financial terms. We here the jargon every day, on the news, talking to a broker or reviewing our portfolios; but, are we positive we understand what the lingo means. If you have been dabbling in managing your portfolio, are an avid business news watcher, or an amateur investor, this is one book that must be on your book shelf.

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Excellent Source

This book is a great reference piece for those wishing to get into investment, or entering more advanced economic studies. The author, goes to great lengths to produce a dictionary of Wall Street jargon in terms understandable to the everyday laymen. I caught myself going to through the Wall Street Journal and getting a kick out of finding terms I often skipped through before.

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Best of it's Kind

This book is written for investors who need to constantly increase their knowledge to stay on top of their game. However, this book is also a valuable resource for anyone who needs or wants to increase their knowledge of the investment and business world.

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Helpful Book

If you have wandered through the maze of the financial and business worlds, amazed at the confusing flow of jargon that everyone else seems to understand, then this is a must have book for you.

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The Help You Need

This is a complete wall street investing guide book and I would recommend that those interested in getting started in Wall Street investing listen to the book once, then keep it close by as a reference book and search tool.

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Fairly Balanced

In this book, the author takes what seems to be an overwhelming amount of information on the subject of Wall Street and organizes it into easy to understand sections and chapters.

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Nice Introduction

The up to date instruction and information is sure to benefit any potential or practicing investor wise enough to develop their investment knowledge before hitting the market. The way the information is presented is the icing on the cake, as even a beginner can navigate the guide and come out confident in their financial prowess in the end.

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Surprisingly Good

This book was surprisingly easy to understand and follow. It's fun, and you can pick it up and put it down whenever you want. It doesn't require a huge time commitment but is invaluable for anyone involved in the financial industry.

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Make Money

Fine book for someone like myself who wants to know about terms and slang so you can figure out what the heck they are saying. So maybe make some money.