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A Beginners Guide To Investing A Simplified Book For Starters By Akshilesh Dubey

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Publisher Indra Publishing
ISBN 9789382518693
Author: Akhilesh Dubey
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Preface Judging by the fact that readers will be taking the troubles to navigate through this book, our guess is that you don't need much convincing about the wisdom of investing. However, we hope that quest for knowledge information about the art science of investing will end here. Knowledge is an essential rule for to be powerful . It is common knowledge that money has to be invested wisely. If you are a novice at investing, terms such as stocks, bonds, futures, options, open interest, yield, P E ratio may sound Greek and Latin. Relax. It takes years to understand the art of investing. You're not alone in the quest to crack the jargon. To start with, take your investment decisions with as many facts as you can assimilate. But, understand that you can never know everything. Learning to live with the anxiety of the unknown is part of investing. Being enthusiastic about getting started is the first step, though daunting at the first instance. That's why this investment course begins with a dose of encouragement and with the fundamentals With enough time and a little discipline, you are all but guaranteed to make the right moves in the market. Patience and the willingness to invest your savings across a portfolio of securities tailored to suit your age and risk profile will propel your revenues and cushion you against any major losses. Investing is not about putting all your money into the "Next big thing," hoping to make a killing. Investing isn't gambling or speculation it's about taking reasonable risks to reap steady rewards. Investing is a method of purchasing assets in order to gain profit in the form of reasonably predictable income dividends, interest, or rentals and appreciation over the long term.
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