Stock Investing For Beginners: How To Buy Your First Stock And Grow Your Money

October 11, 2019 - Comment

A former janitor and gas station attendant in Vermont, who died a few years ago, surprised everyone by leaving an $8 million fortune to his local library and hospital. What was his secret, everyone wondered? And the answer turned out to be pretty basic. Because, besides being industrious and frugal, which you may have guessed,

A former janitor and gas station attendant in Vermont, who died a few years ago, surprised everyone by leaving an $8 million fortune to his local library and hospital.
What was his secret, everyone wondered? And the answer turned out to be pretty basic. Because, besides being industrious and frugal, which you may have guessed, he had invested in the stock market throughout the years.
This is actually not as surprising as it may sound. According to a recent World Wealth Report, the wealthy invest the largest part of their money into stocks and businesses. Our wise janitor had simply done what the wealthy do. So he got a similar result. That is, he grew his money into considerable wealth.
And you can do this too. Now, we aren’t saying you will make $8 million. After all, this is a beginners book and the janitor had an extraordinary result. But stock market investing is one of the best tools you can use to build a more secure financial future for you and your family.
So are you someone who wants to make money in the stock market? And does that story make you feel excited? Have you tried to understand the stock market, only to be discouraged by how complicated it all seems? And aren’t you just a little bit encouraged that an ordinary person, like our janitor from Vermont, could invest in stocks and succeed?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this book just might be the solution you’ve been looking for. Because it will show you just what you need to know, and no more, to start investing in the stock market.
And it will describe all of this for you in simple terms you already understand. Not complicated theory. Not a mind-numbing blitz of technical buzzwords. Just what you need to know and no more. And the few specific steps you can take to get started.
Here’s what you will learn: -The 5 big reasons to invest in stocks -Simple explanations of the basics of stock market investing -Great sources of recommendations to help you pick winners (no complicated research required) -The one thing you must do to get started (but you only have to do it once) -How to buy and sell stocks -3 key strategies to protect your stock investments from big losses -And many more invaluable tips on building your stock portfolio
So that by the end of this book, you will be able to buy your first stock. You will know the simple steps to grow your money in the stock market. And start on the your path to a more secure financial future.

Comments

Anonymous says:

I FINALLY understand stocks!! This book is a work of genius!!! I tried to get into stocks years ago and none of the references for beginners I came across made any sense, so I gave up. I decided to give it another try and some references captured the very basics like “what is a stock?” “why is investing important?” but after that sent me for a loop again. I decided not to give up again and that’s what led me to this book. John Roberts simplifies EVERYTHING! He puts in a relative perspective so you can understand it better…

Anonymous says:

Loved it! Granted this is coming from someone who has pretty much 0 experience with stocks. 2 years ago my employer added managing our 401k to my job responsibilities. I was flustered at first because I already administered the pension plan (with over 40,000 participants), but as I got deeper into my new job I saw how some employees had millions of dollars of investments and were retiring rich even in their 50s. These were not one off situations either, but multiple employees that played their hand…

Anonymous says:

Easy Read John really does simplify things in this book. I’d recommend this to those truly lacking any background in personal finance and investments (the self-proclaimed “non-numbers people” out there – no offense).He doesn’t use any technical buzzwords, which was nice. If I had to summarize it the concepts covered in this book, “quick and dirty.” John wants you to read this and just get started! Trust your natural instincts, apply what you learn, and don’t be stubborn.Read this…

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