THIS ARTICLE WAS FIRST WRITTEN BY SUDHAN AND PUBLISHED ON FINANCIALLYFREENOW
Have you read investing books thinking you would learn a thing or two, only to be confused with all the financial jargons? Would you like to know three locally listed companies that may make good investments? Do you want to know how to open a brokerage account so that you can purchase your first stock?
If the answers for all the above questions are a resounding “YES!”, you have to catch hold of the latest book to hit major bookstores in the new year!
“Invest Lah! The Average Joe’s Guide to Investing” is slated to make your moolah worth it. This book was written with the intention to be the ultimate go-to book for beginners to learn about investing in stocks, especially in Singapore. The authors wouldn’t be surprised that you love the book so much that you even hug it to sleep.
Topics covered in the book include:
- Why invest?
- Myths of investing
- The concept of Prudent Investing
- How to analyse a stock to invest in
- How to read Financial Statements
- How to read Annual Reports
- Behavioural finance
- Case studies of three companies listed in Singapore Exchange
- Case study of a company that has been taken private
- Investing in Straits Times Index Exchange Traded Funds
- How to buy and sell shares in Singapore
- Corporate actions for locally listed stocks
- And many more!
Why wait? Grab hold of the book in early 2014, lah!
Co-authored by one of our very own partners – Sudhan, Invest Lah was a hit in bookstores. As of Nov-2014, Invest Lah! had so much demand that they were back in store with their 2nd print!
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