[PDF] ✓ Free Read ✓ The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fool Beats Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too : by David Gardner Tom Gardner ✓

The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fool Beats Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too By David Gardner Tom Gardner,

  • Title: The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fool Beats Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too
  • Author: David Gardner Tom Gardner
  • ISBN: 9781402871818
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • For Making Sense of Investing Todaye Fully Revised and Expanded Edition of the Bestselling The Motley Fool Investment Guide Today, with the Internet, anyone can be an informed investor Once you learn to tune out the hype and focus on meaningful factors, you can beat the Street The Motley Fool Investment Guide, completely revised and updated with clear and witty exFor Making Sense of Investing Todaye Fully Revised and Expanded Edition of the Bestselling The Motley Fool Investment Guide Today, with the Internet, anyone can be an informed investor Once you learn to tune out the hype and focus on meaningful factors, you can beat the Street The Motley Fool Investment Guide, completely revised and updated with clear and witty explanations, deciphers all the new information from evaluating individual stocks to creating a diverse investment portfolio David and Tom Gardner have investing ideas for you no matter how much time or money you have This new edition of The Motley Fool Investment Guide is built for today s investor, sophisticate and novice alike, with updated information on Finding high growth stocks that will beat the market over the long termIdentifying volatile young companies that traditional valuation measures may missUsing Fool and the Internet to locate great sources of useful information
    The Motley Fool Investment Guide How the Fool Beats Wall Street s Wise Men and How You Can Too For Making Sense of Investing Todaye Fully Revised and Expanded Edition of the Bestselling The Motley Fool Investment Guide Today with the Internet anyone can be an informed investor Once you learn

    One thought on “The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fool Beats Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too”

    1. Motley Fools stopped recommending its Dow Dividend Yield strategy in 2000 This book explains some ways to interpret important information from income statements and balance sheets and this does not go out of date There website, fool, is current than this book.

    2. Definitely worth reading the updated edition It seems like the outdated references from previous versions have been completely written out and replaced with timely examples.

    3. Re reading this book reinforced a few impressions from before 1 The Gardner brothers make much of the financial terminology easy to understand without making the person feel stupid 2 They make reading financial statements fairly understandable, including how the three major ones Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash Flow inter relate and what is most important on each 3 They choose the most relevant financial formula s and explain them in easy to understand language and examples.I would highl [...]

    4. I only got a little than half way through this, and while there s some good information in here, I lost interest after reading several reviews here and online that said that the investment method that they advocate has been debunked That being said, the give some good advice, not the least of which is that people should invest in companies industries that they have familiarity with, or worked in I guess that s not really rocket science, but it was news to me.I think the other important point th [...]

    5. I read this book when I was in my early 20 s and it gave me a good approach to the stock market and how to view many options This book, having kept my attention, made me become interested in learning about the market as it was well written The material was easy to understand and made sense Even though it s not considered the greatest learning tool, this book is fun and entertaining to the last page.

    6. THE investment book any beginner or quasi beginner investor should read I really liked the flow and style of the book plenty of wit and humor laced throughout Obviously, with any how to book, you should do additional research before blindly following its advice That said, it was exactly what I was looking for, in that it provided a great foundation to get started researching companies and picking stocks.

    7. This has a lot of information in it, however the only problem I had is that many of the suggestions are outdated In fact, one of their main investment ideas has been proven to not hold up as well as they thought That aside, it definitly would be a good starter book for newbies to investing to at least get the ideas down, just don t use their specific investment suggestions until you research them further.

    8. Good readable book on how to invest A few points 80% of Mutual funds loose the the stock market average Investing in an index fund that mirrors the market average will do better than mutual funds especially since they have fees over the long run The first goal of investing is to get a greater return than 11% which has been the historical average of the market over a 100 year period Not taking enough risk is also a very risky decision.I feel like my financial IQ has increased.

    9. I literally don t think I will ever finish this book Breezily written, but some of the references seemed dated even when I was reading it, oh, two years ago Of course, there was also the little thing of the stock market tanking just as I was getting into the subject Maybe I ll rejoin the effort at some point, but that s likely no time in the immediate future Status In a drawer somewhere.

    10. This is the book that got me hooked on The Motley Fool Their method was really just a re packaging of the Dogs of the Dow approach The Gardeners have a personable manner about themselves and did a wonderful job of bringing the average person to Wall Street.Of course, since then they have strayed from the advice they gave here namely, don t pay others for the work you should do yourself.

    11. Grab this book if you are new to investing and at all interested in learning how to get started Since I read this book and started following some of the ideas in it I have made giant improvements in my investment portfolio If you already understand stocks and investing then it may not be of interest to you.

    12. These Fools obviously know what they re talking about This book was well written and surprisingly funny I feel much comfortable with my investment decisions thus far, and plan on looking into time consuming ventures when I have the money to do so If the stock market has ever seemed like a mystifying and occult thing read this book, and become enlightened

    13. A good book for those who are looking to invest for the long term horizon For the short term horizon, this book can be a good help but the entire basis of the book is for the long term Actually, they press to invest in a good stock for life But if you follow the Motley Fool on the web, you ll find that they also do short term trades, options, and such.

    14. Uhhh, I ended up flipping past entire sections The book is clearly old when one of first chapters suggests using the World Wide Web It had a few decent tips but then I got bored of their goofy schtick.

    15. Nothing new for me from the first book Convinced me to go for low cost index funds rather than individual stocks due to personal time constraints interest as well as improved diversification with the funds.

    16. Amusing Can be distilled thusly be patient and skeptical run the numbers see ch 16 Portfolio building s 2 5 on the DJIA does this still apply undervalued small caps overvalued stagnators short

    17. Overall easy to understand guide to basic investment with a little humor mixed in, which is good for such a dry subject Reference examples should be updated, and introductions to the internet should be overhauled in subsequent additions.

    18. Some good take aways Overall I couldn t get passed their incessant plugs to join their on line website After doing some research online about these guys I m cautious about how they do things Still an interesting and informative read nonetheless.

    19. Much better than I expected considering it was dated even revisions For reasonably new investor I think the book covers a number of basic strategies, while being pretty objective At the end of the day though it remains somewhat a pitch for their strategies as an investment group.

    20. Easy to read they explain EVERYTHING while keeping the subject light hearted and occasionally funny Also, it makes investing much less dauntingof course, I haven t made an actual investment yet, but I am doing my homework

    21. Interesting and written in a readable format I have found though, that there is no real way to predict the stock market accurately all the time.

    22. While well written, one is better off investing in index funds and paying attention to the principles of Asset Allocation.The Dogs of the Dow theory has been debunked.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *