If you’re looking to make your money work for you, Wall Street Finance is the book for you. This new book by Duff Goldman and Brian Gardner will have you investing like a pro in no time at all. If you’ve been looking for a real blueprint to follow for years, this is it. The principles laid out in this easy-to-read guide will help you obtain the maximum return on your investment while avoiding common pitfalls. In addition, they will reduce your risk and help you stay in the game as long as you want. So what is this Wall Street Finance book about?
Unlike so many of the other books and financial eBooks being sold these days, this one isn’t about making lots of money from your investments. Instead, this book focuses on using the capital markets to make your investment decisions. Getting started is easy and fast with no technical knowledge needed. There are charts and graphs to guide you through every step of the process.
The reasons this book is different from all the others is the focus it lays on the “New Economy” or the investor’s side of Wall Street. That is to say, it does not deal with trading shares or bonds like many of the other books out there do. The authors instead give an entire chapter each year on New Economy issues like rent control, pensions, insurance, bank regulation and the likes. In that way, this book becomes a one-stop source for anyone interested in making their money work. No investment is too small or too big for this book.
Of course, the book isn’t solely about investing. It touches on all areas of Wall Street, but the emphasis is on making smart moves rather than just making loads of them. So if you are thinking about learning how to invest and make your money work for you, this book is perfect for that as well.
The lessons included in this comprehensive and easy to read book will serve all investors who are looking to make smarter investments. While it doesn’t cover everything that you could ever need to know, it does enough to get you started. And from there, you can build your knowledge on additional reading materials and/or seminars. The bottom line is that learning how to invest doesn’t have to feel like a punishment. With the right guidance, it can become a rewarding and profitable adventure.
One of the best features of this book is the interactive quizzes and exercises at the end of each chapter. Not only does this offer useful information, it also provides the opportunity to brush up on investment terminology, as well as brush up on personal finance topics you may already be familiar with. If you enjoy reading and learning about Wall Street, then this is a must have book for you. It is a quick read but one that pack a powerful punch.