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Stock Market Investing for Beginners: The Essential Guide to Smart Stock Investing

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Stock Market Investing for Beginners: The Essential Guide to Smart Stock Investing

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Mar 31, 2019


Stock Market Investing for Beginners

We've all dreamed of that financial stability and not having to worry about money ever again. Still, it's something most of us deem near to impossible. In today's society, we are taught how to be obedient workers and not really how to obtain that freedom in life. Through personal experience, I've learned that by mastering the stock market and learning how properly invest in it, you can end up living life on your own terms. However, learning how to become financially independent through stock investments can be extremely difficult without the right guidance. 

Still, there's no need to worry! The contents of this book have been curated to provide you with everything you need to know in order to get started off on the right foot.

Inside this book you will find: 

  • The basics behind investing
  • Fundamental analysis
  • Technical analysis
  • Proven strategies for successful investing
  • How to create a personalized investment plan
  • Step-by-step guidelines on how to buy your first stock
  • Bonus chapter on how to create a mindset for success

Such a complex skill takes time to master but we can reduce the learning curve by taking the right approach. If you are interested in investing in the stock market without losing your shirt, then "Stock Market Investing for Beginners" is the book you have been waiting for.

So, what are you waiting for? Take control of your financial future and buy this book today!

Mar 31, 2019

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Stock Market Investing for Beginners - Matthew Newell



In a world where financial stability is becoming more and more uncommon, reaching a point where you can afford to start investing in your future via the stock market is a big step and one which deserves recognition. Unfortunately, having money to invest in the stock market and doing so successfully are two dramatically different things.

In order to help your initial foray to invest in the stock market go as smoothly as possible, the following chapters will discuss everything you need to know in order to get started off on the right foot. First, you will learn the basics behind investing and just what it is that you are getting yourself into. Next, you will learn why the stock market is such a logical way to start investing in the future. You will then learn all about the ins and outs of the stock market so you can start trading effectively.

With the basics out of the way, you will learn all about analyzing potential stocks using fundamental and technical analysis. You will also find strategies for investing successfully tailored to each type of analysis so you can get started with the type that speaks to you right away. From there you will learn how to create a personalized investment plan that is right for you. Finally, you will find a step-by-step guide to actually pulling the trigger and buying your first stock.

This book also offers a bonus chapter, something most investing guides might skip over, but what I believe to be fundamental to a successful investing journey. In the bonus chapter, you will find information on how to develop a mindset which can conquer any challenge you might face during jour climb to financial freedom. Easy to follow tips and tricks that allow you to optimize your work schedule and maintain a healthy body and mind during the direst times. It is important to understand that obtaining financial success at the cost of health and happiness can leave you worse off than when you started. Although it might seem unconventional, the bonus chapter should allow you to learn everything required in order to achieve investing mastery faster than you thought was ever possible.

Chapter 1: All About Investing

Investing successfully is all about working smarter as opposed to harder. Rather than working long hours and sacrificing personal happiness to sock money away in a savings account, it is about taking that money and using it to potentially build a better life in the long run through a maximization of profits earn. Investing successfully is also about setting priorities for your money and the returns it will generate. Spending is easy to do and provides instant gratification and short-term satisfaction. On the other hand, investing is all about delayed gratification and making life better in the long-term.

Okay, so why should you invest your money? If you already have that money, why risk losing it? Well, there are two things that can happen when you make an investment: You can lose your money, but you can also make more money. Of course, as an investor, your goal is to continuously make profits.

Making an investment is the way to earn financial freedom. Imagine being able to multiply your money by more than 500 times or even more than 5,000 times its value. The possibilities are endless. Of course, this will depend on where you put your money in, as well as being able to make the right investment decisions.

So, whether you just want to increase your income or if you dream as high as of attaining financial freedom, then you should definitely consider making an investment.

If you come to think about it, money moves. The value of money increases over time only if you know how to use it properly. No wonder there are many businesses around you. And, if you look closer, you will see that all these businesses are run by the same force: money. When you learn to invest effectively and successfully, you will know how you can make money to work for you instead of beating yourself for long hours just to earn a living. This time, you take control over money, just as the way it should be.

Saving versus investing: One of the most important things to understand before you begin building wealth is the difference between investing and saving money. Let’s go into what each of them is and look at the benefits and drawbacks of each. Then we will outline how to do both effectively.

Saving money is the very first thing you’ll want to focus on in your financial plan. Saving is putting money away and not touching it unless you really need to. The point is not to make a profit using your savings. Rather, it’s about ensuring that you have an emergency fund for when you need it. You want to put cash in a bank account, or under your mattress and just leave it. Almost all wealthy investors recommend holding onto a chunk of cash and keeping it in a place where no one else can find it. The logic behind this is that if the market collapses, you’ll have cash on hand to get you through. Apparently, during a big financial crisis in the recent past, some of the top investors called their wives and instructed them to take out as much money as they could from bank machines as soon as possible. The market was crashing, and they didn’t know if they would have anything in their personal accounts if they waited until the end of the day to go to the bank themselves.

It is wise for everyone to establish a nest egg or emergency fund with between three- and six-months’ worth of living expenses that they can access immediately. Investments take at least several days to liquidate, so you don’t want to have your emergency fund mixed in with your stocks, bonds, or anything else.

To find out how much you should save and have on hand, calculate all of your expenses for one month: rent, food, bills, utilities etc. Multiply that by 6 and you have your savings goal. This amount will tide you over for half a year if needed. Once again: saving is not about generating wealth or earning interest off that amount. It’s about giving yourself peace of mind and the ability to support yourself if you lose your job or something worse happens. It is only once you have this money in the bank to see you through can you start to really focus on investing successfully in the long-term.

Increased returns: One of the most important aspects of investing is what is known as compounding which is the process of generating larger returns in the long-term by reinvesting initial returns both early and often. In order for it to work out in your favor, it requires both time and initial earnings for you to reinvest. If given enough of both factors, compounding can help an initial investment grow exponentially over time. If you are lucky enough to still be 20 or more years away from retirement then compounding should be thought of as the most important investment tool in your arsenal.

For example, if you are currently 25 years old and want to save a million dollars by the time you are ready to retire at age 60, you would need to invest a little less than $900 per month, assuming you were going to maintain a steady five percent return on your investments for the next 35 years. On the other hand, if you wait to start investing until you are 35 then you will need to invest about twice as much to reach the same point. Finally, if you wait 20 years and don’t start investing until you are 45, then you would need to save four times as much to reach your goal.

Investing mindset

Were your parents always fighting about money? Did they have enough to buy anything you wanted without batting an eye or did they rob Peter to pay Paul month in and month out?

These experiences will help to form your money-mindset as you grow older and enter your own money-making lifestyle. You will find you are comfortable making a good living or insecure, or maybe you are secretive and humble. Most of your behaviors toward money as an adult as due to your exposure to and experiences with money as a child.

In any endeavor, whether you are considering a new investment

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