The everyday women's guide to profiting from the Australian stock market.
Are you interested in changing your financial future, getting rid of credit card debt and investing your cash in something a little more rewarding than a 'safe' bank account? Have you ever thought about share investing and the share market? Or are you looking for advice on where to begin or what to buy just have no idea where to start? Is it all a little too overwhelming?
'Shopping for Shares' is the essential girls' guide to choosing and buying shares, and profiting from the Australian Stock Market.
'Shopping for Shares' is for the everyday woman interested in investing. You can start with only a small amount of money and build it over time and these principles can be used by anyone, easily and successfully.
Share investing is a lot easier than you think and author Tracey Edwards shares her secrets and strategies including how she started out and how she has since been able to give up her boring nine-to-five office job all by investing in shares.
'Shopping for Shares' covers all the information you will need as a beginner getting into the share market, including how much money you need to start investing, to making your first investment. This saavy book also includes whether you are better suited to long-term or short-term investing, to making your first investment. This saavy book also includes whether you are better suited to long-term or short-term investing and how to research a company quickly and easily; when you should buy and when should you sell as well as secret strategies to avoid loosing all your money.
With step by step instructions and advice, and from strategies Tracey used herself, 'Shopping for Shares' is the perfect book to help you get started on the Australian Stock Market and if you're a little more adventurous the overseas stock exchanges too!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tracey Edwards lives in Sydney and has a degree in arts/journalism. Starting from scratch and in just five years she was able to quit her day job and become a full-time investor. She has also written articles for 'Family Circle' and 'Bride to Be' on budgeting and finance.
Author: Tracey Edwards