Do you think only students in business courses should learn about investing in stocks? Even if you are a non-business course student, you should also gain some common knowledge about stocks. This may help you expand your vision and give you more choices when you plan your investment portfolio in future.
If you do not have any basic knowledge on stocks, you will have to start from the first chapter. At the beginning of each chapter, you can find an investment snapshot which highlights some of the past trends in the stock market. The first few chapters tell you why you should invest in stocks, the different types of stocks and risks level. So you can actually follow the chapter, develop your investment portfolio and plan on the stocks that match your risk appetite, before jumping right into the stock market.
If you have been investing in the stock market and know it quite well, then you can start reading from chapter 10 – financial statement analysis and fundamental analysis. You will also learn how to read the charts and market indicators done by technical analysts. If you need more information, you can refer to the books and articles given in the list of references at the end of the chapters.
Borrow this book, learn more about stocks and become a smarter investor!
Location – South
Call Number – HG 4661 FAE 2008
Written by Chen Cheng