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Investing Without a Silver Spoon (Review and Analysis of Fischer's Book)

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Investing Without a Silver Spoon (Review and Analysis of Fischer's Book)

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38 pagine
23 minuti
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Pubblicato:
Feb 15, 2013
ISBN:
9782806247414
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Libro

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The must-read summary of Jeff Fischer's book: "Investing Without a Silver Spoon: How Anyone Can Build Wealth Through Direct Investing".

This complete summary of the ideas from Jeff Fischer's book "Investing Without a Silver Spoon" puts forward a case for sensible investing that yields a long-term return without massive capital at the start. In fact, direct investment plans allow a person to build wealth slowly and steadily by investing in companies at whatever rate they can afford on a regular basis without using (or paying) a broker. By then reinvesting the dividends that are earned through buying more stock, compound growth occurs over the longer term. This summary explains that direct investors can take positive control of their own financial futures. Prospective investors will be taken through the financial jargon, what you need to begin, and how to invest for the long-term, not short-term. It acknowledges that Direct Investment isn’t for everyone – if you have a high interest debt, for example – but believes that good research combined with intelligent decision-making can yield financial freedom and a worry-free retirement.

Added-value of this summary: 
• Save time 
• Understand the key concepts 
• Increase your business knowledge 

To learn more, read "Investing Without a Silver Spoon" and invest effectively! 
Editore:
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Feb 15, 2013
ISBN:
9782806247414
Formato:
Libro

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Book Abstract

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Summary of Investing Without a Silver Spoon (Jeff Fischer)

1. The Concept: What Is Direct Investing?

2. The Mechanics: How to Get Started and How To Sell In Direct Investing

3. The Pros: The Advantages of Direct Investing

4. The Cons: The Disadvantages of Direct Investing

5. Suggested Areas of Focus: Industries and Companies To Embrace

7. Tracking Your Investments: Company Valuation and Performance Measures

8. Housekeeping Matters: Recordkeeping, Taxes and Other Details

Book Abstract

MAIN IDEA

Direct investment plans allow a person to build wealth slowly and steadily by investing in companies at whatever rate they can afford on a regular basis without using (or paying) a broker. By then reinvesting the dividends that are earned through buying more stock, compound growth occurs over the longer term. By harnessing this compounding effect and avoiding the temptation to spend the dividends, a direct investor can create sizable personal net worth.

In the final analysis, direct investors take positive control of their own financial futures.

Important Note About This Ebook

This is a summary and not a critique or a review of the book. It does not offer judgment or opinion on the content of the book. This summary may not be organized chapter-wise but is an overview of the main ideas, viewpoints and arguments from the book as a whole. This means that the organization of this summary is not a representation of the book.

1. The Concept: What Is Direct Investing?

Main Idea

Direct investing is the

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