Making Money from Stocks and Shares

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    Many people are intimidated by the stock market and choose instead to put their money into savings accounts that pay very little. They believe that: - Buying shares is too risky - Buying shares is too complicated - You need a lot of money for it to be worthwhile. But none of these things are true and this book explains why. It provides a simple and accessible introduction to the basic principles of investing in the stock market. With an understanding of these, and a consistent approach to investment, you can make a good return from stocks and shares. In this book you will discover: - How to use the way you and others behave to your advantage; - How to get more than you pay for; - How to increase your wealth over time by consistently following some really simple steps.

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    Number of Pages: 223
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781845284312
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    Listed in: Stocks & shares, Personal finance
    Publisher: How To Books Ltd

    Books by Jamie E Smith

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    RRP: £10.99

    Total: £10.04

    Save: £0.95 per copy!

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