The Finance Fanatics Guide to Investing and Trading

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Have you ever found yourself worrying that you won’t have enough money for your retirement?

Are you confused by the financial terms used by finance advisors?

Do you want to trade and invest in shares for yourself, but don’t know where to start?

Investing isn’t hard to understand or difficult to do, so why do so many people fail to do it successfully? In this book, Craig Neil takes some of the common-sense principles and knowledge that he has developed and refined over decades of UK investing, and condenses it down to the investing basics that anyone can understand.

He takes you step-by-step through the first stages of stock trading, and then takes you by the hand through the potential minefield of Mutual Funds, Exchange Traded Funds and Investment Trusts, before going on to explain the magic of compound interest, and how psychology can make the difference between being an investing superstar or a trading failure.

In this book you will learn how to:

Find the stocks and shares that could make you very wealthy.

Avoid the stocks and shares which could take your riches away from you.

Develop an investment plan that will see you keeping your wealth when others around you are losing theirs.

 

From the world of gold, property, equities, bonds and even collectables, Craig Neil explains what pitfalls are out there to catch the unwary investor and trader, and what you can do to reduce your exposure to risk. Written in an easy-to-read style, he also explains the technical terms used in the world of investing and trading and explains the most common concepts that you need to be aware of.

In a time of changing politics, financial worry and uncertainty for the future, there has never been a more important time to take control of your financial well-being. The Finance Fanatics Guide to Investing and Trading will help you achieve the financially secure lifestyle you have always known you deserve.

FinanceFanatics

Personal finance blogger who's fanatical about financial freedom, investing and making money in the UK

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