Taming the Money Sharks: 8 Super-Easy Stock Investment by Philip Shu-Ying Cheng

By Philip Shu-Ying Cheng

Easy-to-follow guidance from a professional for simplifying your investments, conserving your self from the funding sharks and attaining monetary freedom
Drawing on his years as an investor for best banks within the U.S. and Asia, Philip Cheng gives you down-to-earth techniques absolute to make you "shark-proof" once you optimize funding returns. information express that in simple terms 20% of small traders ever come with regards to reaching their funding pursuits. the opposite eighty% get eaten alive by means of "investment sharks"—investment advisors, fund managers and different hucksters out to line their wallet along with your well-merited money. stimulated by means of a feeling of reasonable play, Cheng resolved to put in writing an investor's survival consultant during which he'd percentage every thing he's realized in his years as a winning expert investor. the result's Taming the cash Sharks. The easy-to-follow directions you'll locate during this publication may also help you navigate the shark-infested waters of the funding international, all of the option to the monetary freedom you dream of and deserve.

A must-have survival consultant for beginner traders, and a resource of clean pondering and cutting edge techniques for skilled investors

Features many illustrations, summaries, charts, real-world examples in addition to different robust instruments that can assist you keep away from universal error and win on the funding game

Lays out eight confirmed suggestions for making an investment systematically and surviving and thriving within the shark-infested waters of the inventory market

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Before deciding on a company, David compared key financial indicators such as gross profit margin, debt/equity ratio, and so on, against the industry average and among themselves. ) After six months, David gradually began to buy various sporting goods companies’ stocks, at 38 TAMING THE MONEY SHARKS the right prices and at the right time. He invested via different tranches, especially when those stock prices dropped below respective intrinsic values. David was able to make good money repeatedly on just a few stocks in a span of three to four years, fully understanding the nature of the company, its stock prices, its cycles within the overall stock market, and so forth.

However, given that most individual investors do not have the resources of large institutions, they should “conquer” one industry at a time. After you feel knowledgeable about one industry, then certainly you may add another industry for diversification. To test whether you are ready to invest in an industry as an “expert,” you may wish to “paper trade” first—that is, simulate buy–sell orders on your own paper only. After you have gained confidence, then make real-time investments. Key Point Based on my years of investment observation of my friends, 8 out of 10 of them would buy stocks in X industry when it gets media attention.

You may start by asking the basic questions about the goods or services in the industry and determining the major risks and opportunities facing the industry. Certainly, your reading of books, newspapers, magazines, and related websites will give you plenty of basic information. But that’s not enough; at some point, you need to stop reading. Instead, you should start verifying what you have read by actually spending time experiencing the real world of your chosen industry, making a reality check.

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