Investor's Business Daily Guide to the Markets Paperback – Oct 8 1996
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This no-nonsense guide to the markets offers comprehensive coverage of the entire investment and finance marketplace--from stocks, bonds, and mutual funds to futures, options, and the international marketplace. The book also weaves vital background material on the economy, major industries and politics, and explores the impact of these and other phenomena on the markets. Both newcomers and seasoned veterans will find valuable insight on the big picture of markets. It covers the basics behind each market, outlines its historic origins, and then walks readers through the various methods available to get the best return on their investments.
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From the Foreword by Charles Schwab
"The Investor's Business Daily Guide to the Markets is. . .clear, concise, innovative, and authoritative, giving you the information you need to make important investment decisions with confidence. Whether you're a new or experienced investor, you'll learn a great deal from this book. What a pleasure it is to discover a book that tells it like it is with no hidden agendas. It's sure to pay you dividends and capital gains again and again in the years ahead."
"Before investing in the markets, you should invest in this book." —Alice Kane Executive Vice President, New York Life Insurance Company
"Investor's Business Daily Guide to the Markets is the quintessential guide for anyone interested in gaining insight and helpful information about the financial markets." —Louis G. Navellier, President, Navellier & Associates Inc., Editor, MPT Review.
"A great book for people who want to understand the markets. Don't miss this comprehensive roundup—the mutual funds chapter alone is worth the price of the book." —James M. Benham, Chairman of the Board, Benham Funds.
"Developing an investment portfolio is like building a house: you must start with a solid foundation. This book gives you the investment foundation you need. Buy it before you put another dollar in stocks, bonds, or mutual funds."—Ted Allrich. author, The Online Investor "The On-line Investor" (America Online).
"Bill O'Neil, for years the unheralded hero of institutional investors worldwide, began offering his expertise to the individual investor over ten years ago through Investor's Business Daily newspaper. Now his Investor's Business Daily Guide to the Markets takes the next step for investors by putting basic financial information into meaningful terms and useful strategies. This is a 'must read' for all investors —big and small." —Richard W. Perkins, CFA, President and Portfolio Manager, Perkins Capital Management, Inc.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
I have never read such a good instructive book on a complex subject before.
Comprehensive for all levels. It is so hard to get lost in the teachings which they give examples of real day life to what they discuss; ie: the companies you use to by getting ready for work in the morning (probably; Colgate Palm Olive)
They take you through every aspect you need to know from a-z.
After reading this, you'll confident to ride the stock market, or at lease watch the Finance Channel in the mornings - some thing they recommend.
Read this book and submerse yourself in pure financial stocks, shares and hostile takeovers. It is the best combination they suggest to becoming a savvy stock person.
Watching and reading stock market material is a subject they cover in being able to understand what it means, how it affects you as an investor and how it can effect other companies. Highly Recommended!
The chapters cover these wonderful topics:
* Capitalism: What it is and why it works
* The stock market: Primer on what stocks are and how the market works
* Mutual funds
* Futures market
* Economics and economic indicators
The book reminds me of Investing Smart however Guide to the Markets is at least 10 times better and covers more topics, not to mention the writers are much better than Dhun H. Sethna.
I recommend this for beginning CAN SLIM investors.
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This book is pure gold for investors who are just getting started in playing the market. Coupling this book with a subscription to Investor's Business Daily will help you make... Read morePublished on March 22 2004 by IslePilot
Inside is important information on Investing in the markets. Must have for all Bill O Neil fans.Published on April 9 2000 by Vincent Lim
This book is an excellent overview of the financial markets and how they operate. This is for the novice who wants to get a general idea of how the financial markets operate.Published on May 16 1999
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