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Not sure if you need an investing course? If you see terms in Murray's or Bogle's books that you aren't familiar with, give them a Google. Cagan's book offers some decent definitions of terms, but explaining options trading AND real estate investing in a "" book is a bit of a tough ask. I'd recommend skimming the first few chapters and then digging in if you're getting something from it.
Oct 23, Dewaymar rated it really liked it. I always knew that investing my money is important especially for my future, but i confused and didnt know where to start. This book explain some investing instruments and help me to decide where to invest. I recommend this book for you who have no knowledge about investing instruments, especially for you who live in US, because the information about regulations tax and education and retirement planning totally relate to those who live in US.
But for me, who live not in US, this book gives me a I always knew that investing my money is important especially for my future, but i confused and didnt know where to start. But for me, who live not in US, this book gives me a big pictures about investment. A good starter book for those who want to start investing but dont know where and how to begin.
Jan 15, David rated it it was amazing. Michele Cagan does an exemplary job at making several complicated subjects comprehensible through simple explanations and analogies. Diving into nearly every investment opportunity a person can make, the book does an excellent job at being both primary and supplemental reading for both novice and intermediate investors.
If you pick this book up with the hope of being exposed to most investment categories, you will not be disappointed. May 15, Erick Aparicio rated it really liked it. Would give it 5 stars if it weren't for two minor things: 1 Diversification isn't the be-all end-all of investing. Warren Buffett said himself that diversification is really an insurance against ignorance.
If you know what you're doing, it's not necessarily true that your portfolio has to be diversified. It can be entirely a long-short portfolio in one sector. I think that very important point should have been mentioned. Bogle's starting index fund and evidence-backed thesis that low-cost passively managed index funds beat active management investing almost all the time. May 01, Chanpreet Singh rated it liked it. The book is very true to its title - it's a crash course on many different ways of investing and growing your money.
Michele Cagan covers stock trading, long-term ETF investments, real estate flipping, and IRA contributions, but she gives you the basics of everything with brief explanations of what everything is and how it works. She doesn't go into a lot of details which I found a little annoying but then I had to remind myself that this is book is meant to be a brief introduction to every inve The book is very true to its title - it's a crash course on many different ways of investing and growing your money.
She doesn't go into a lot of details which I found a little annoying but then I had to remind myself that this is book is meant to be a brief introduction to every investment strategy that exists out there. Feb 06, Robert Grieco rated it it was amazing. Just finished this book and all I have to say is WOW! This book answers every question you'll ever have with regard to investing. It gives you more insight into all aspects of investing compared to what your personal financial advisor will.
Believe me. I've learned more from reading this book in the two days it took me to read than I have learned from my advisor in five years! View 1 comment. It is a great entry level book for someone who knows nothing about investing. There is some fluff that was a sidetrack, such as Green Investing and such. My thought on that is the author was injecting his personal political philosophy into investing.
I could not recommend this book to anyone who already understands the basics. Dec 12, Fable rated it liked it Shelves: educational-growth. A very informational book. It was definitely useful and something you may go back to for help. On the downside it was very much so like a fun dictionary for finance. If you are looking or basic things and a good place to start in this field, give this a shot, along with the other ones in the series.
Loved this book So great and nice of Ms. Cagan to fire me and us all up to have a retirement nestegg of our desire, really the coolest type of book. It is essential to everyone to read this book. I feel folk want to depopulate humans by going "green" and we all need to choose life. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jun 25, Mark Muckerman rated it really liked it.
Really solid foundational information book - whether you're 22 or 52, a clear, concise and logically constructed primer around investing, markets, history and terminology. A suggested read for everyone once they land their first job, or for anyone after that! Sep 15, Cameron Gleed rated it really liked it. Good information.
I learned a lot about other investment options other than stocks and bonds. I wish it would have provided more recommendations based on my circumstances other than if I'm risk hungry or risk averse. Nov 23, Bookstakeaway rated it really liked it. This is a great, EASY to understand, book on investing. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about investing but doesn't know where to start.
May 07, Andi Dirgantara rated it really liked it. Great resource for understanding any kind of investment. US centric, but most of them still generally applicable. This book literally gives us basic knowledge regarding investing, not investing methodologies. May 13, Brian Spitler rated it it was amazing. This is a great books for learning about the financial markets as a new investor or for refreshing your knowledge as a current investor.
I definitely recommend this book as a jumping off point into other financial literature. Mar 12, Joe rated it really liked it. The book gave me some considerable things to think about regarding current investments and what I could do better. I have more work to do and conversations to have now, but it will pay off hopefully literally in the long and short run.
Jul 22, James Mourgos rated it it was ok Shelves: non-fiction , non-fiction-stuff , books-i-hated , books-read-reviewed. I read most of it but could not get through it. It's a dry overview of investment vehicles in the USA. But how do you invest them? In what? Reads as a reference book than a book on how to handle money. Not recommended. No shattering insight The book was informative but lacked detail and specifics General knowledge for someone who never heard of the stock market Not to be read for investing advice just an overall view of investment.
Also if anyone trying to invest in any SPAC stocks feel free to visit: www. It was a great read I learned a lot about investing and have started myself. It does a good job giving you the starting point since there is a lot of information out there and it can be overwhelming. It is a book that I can recommend for those who want to learn about investing at the beginner level and learn about different investment types. It has broadened my perspective on the investment world.
I saw that I might want to start with different types of investments. Mar 22, Pres rated it really liked it. This book covers everything from equity trading to real estate to retirement planning. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one ».
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