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Introduction- Stock market investing for beginners PDF
Everybody invests. From the savvy stockbroker on Wall Street to the assembly line worker who skips breakfast every Friday because he runs out of money before his next paycheck, everyone invests their time, effort, and attention in what they find important.
If you spend your Saturdays training for a marathon or tackling 50-mile bike rides, you’re investing in your health. If you pack your weekends with family activities, taking the kids to swimming practice or attending Little League games or visiting museums, you’re investing in your children. And if you attend classes in hopes that a college degree will help you land a better job, you’re investing in your career.
While each of these forms of investing appears to support a different goal, all of them—and dozens more—share a common purpose: to provide for the future. Investing in good health now increases your chances of a happier, more productive retirement. Investing in your family now can build relationships that will sustain in times when you may require more from others yet have less to give in return. Investing in your career now can open professional and financial doors currently out of reach.
Most people reap the richest rewards from their investments after retirement, but the sooner you start planning, the better off you will be in the future. Making even a small commitment to a different kind of investing —the financial strategies presented in this book—can put you well on your way to a longer and stronger retirement.
Motivations behind financial investing are nearly as numerous as investors themselves. Of course, your priorities may differ from your neighbor’s, but for the most part, motivations for investing tend to fall into three categories:
- Investing to build wealth.
- Investing to support a family.
- Investing to prepare for retirement.
Investors focused on building wealth tend to concentrate more on the near future than do other investors. Wealth allows you to establish and maintain a comfortable lifestyle. For some, that comfort might mean a nicesized house, a couple of reliable cars, and a trip to somewhere warm for a week every January. Many investors are happy with such a lifestyle, while others set loftier goals. By building wealth slowly over time—the safest and surest way to do it—you can improve your lifestyle along with your net worth.
Investors who prioritize supporting a family often seek to accumulate enough wealth now to afford a home in a neighborhood with good schools, the occasional vacation, and things like ballet slippers, algebra tutoring, and summer camp. At the same time, these investors must look ahead to college, which never seems to get any cheaper. All of this is to say that familyoriented investors must be flexible.
Retirement-oriented investors take a longer view than both the wealth builders and the family oriented. You know the type—the type that work hard for 40 years, climbing the corporate ladder. Like most of us, they earn a respectable living without quite reaching the top rungs. Yet they live below their means and always keep one eye on the horizon. The ultimate goal for these investors is a smooth transition to retirement, where even without a paycheck they can maintain the standard of living they spent all those years earning.
Whether you seek to support a robust lifestyle, provide a happy home for your children, or just store enough away so you won’t have to work until you turn 80, you can improve the odds of reaching your goals by putting your money to work. Whether you’re 20, 40, or 60, you’ll enjoy more choices decades from now if you invest wisely—starting today.
And it needs to be today. Not tomorrow, not next week, and certainly not on that mythical day when you suddenly start bringing in more than you spend and can conveniently spare a few hundred a month. People who put off investing until it’s convenient spend their golden years eating ramen noodles. You’ve got to start today.
Not sure how to proceed? Don’t panic. By the end of this book, you’ll have a clear understanding of your financial goals as well as a number of the tools necessary to reach them. The first step is to avoid making a foolish— but frighteningly common—mistake.
Table of Contents- Stock market investing for beginners PDF
Chapter 1 Why Invest?
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of the Stock Market
Chapter 3 Types of Investments
Chapter 4 How to Pick Winners, Step 1: Valuation
Chapter 5 How to Pick Winners, Step 2: Growth
Chapter 6 How to Pick Winners, Step 3: Profitability
Chapter 7 How to Pick Winners, Step 4: Putting It All Together
Chapter 8 How to Pick Winners, Step 5: Getting the News
Chapter 9 The Mechanics of Buying, Selling, and Owning Stocks
Chapter 10 The Power of Diversification
Chapter 11 Building Your Perfect Portfolio
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