A Beginner’s Guide to Investing: How to Grow Your Money the Smart and Easy Way

October 15, 2019 - Comment

Whether you’re a complete investing novice or just confused about all the contradictory advice out there, A Beginner’s Guide to Investing is an accessible guide to growing your money the smart and easy way. Throw away the get-rich quick schemes that never work and turn off the financial news and it’s constant noise. Whether your

Whether you’re a complete investing novice or just confused about all the contradictory advice out there, A Beginner’s Guide to Investing is an accessible guide to growing your money the smart and easy way.

Throw away the get-rich quick schemes that never work and turn off the financial news and it’s constant noise. Whether your dream is protecting your assets in a turbulent market or growing your wealth so that you can retire in style, this book is the blueprint.

You can be a successful investor – really.

Join Ivy Bytes, an innovative start-up dedicated to creating accessible content on crucial issues, and Alex Frey, a lifelong investor and Harvard MBA, as they show you:

– How you can realistically expect to double your money every 7-10 years
– Why most investors achieve stunningly poor returns on their money – and how to avoid turning into one of them
– How to choose an investment account that you can keep for the rest of your life
– How to out-perform the vast majority of professional investors while taking less risk
– How to quickly create a portfolio of diversified ETFs (exchange traded funds)
– How to put in as few as three to five hours every year on your investing – and still beat 80% of investors
– Why you may not be properly diversified in holding the most popular index mutual funds
– How endowments like Yale university have consistently beaten the overall stock market – and what you can learn from them
– Why the vast majority of mutual funds fail to live up to their promise
– Why your financial adviser and mutual fund manager might be getting more rich than you off of your investments
– What the terms “beta” and “alpha” mean – and why understanding them is critical to retiring rich
– How to maximize your tax savings by using a 401(k) and IRA
– When and how to re-balance your portfolio
– How to have the confidence to manage your money for life
– And more. 

Comments

Anonymous says:

Buy and give to anyone in high school or college you know!!!! Great book for learning the basics about investing!! My girlfriend and I read this and it opened our minds to want to learn more about investing for the long term. We are only 20 years old. The younger you start, the more money you have in the end!!! Buy and give to anyone in high school or college you know!!!!

Anonymous says:

Start here, then read more! I’ve read four investing books so far because I’m a beginning investor. I wished I had read this book first because the other ones were so dense, and starting with this book would have given me a better context of investing. “Less is more” is the author’s writing style – clear and simple. It assumes that if you’re a beginning investor, you’ll do further research as you become more competent.Two things I learned from this book that I didn’t learn from the other four:1. The…

Anonymous says:

Great Long Term Advice for Beginners As is to be expected by the price it is a very short book that covers only a small amount of information. It is stated in the title that it’s meant to grow wealth the “smart and easy way” and that’s exactly the information it gives you. It didn’t say quickly, it didn’t say grow a fortune overnight, it said easy and that’s exactly what it does. It explains long term, safe practices and financial saving advice. Nothing more, nothing less. Overall i have to say it was a nice paced read…

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