Investing 101: From Stocks and Bonds to ETFs and IPOs, an Essential Primer on Building a Profitable Portfolio (Adams 101)

February 11, 2020 - Comment

A crash course in managing personal wealth!Too often, textbooks turn the noteworthy details of investing into tedious discourse that would put even Warren Buffett to sleep. Investing 101 cuts out the boring explanations, and instead provides a hands-on lesson that keeps you engaged as you learn how to build a portfolio and expand your savings.

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A crash course in managing personal wealth!

Too often, textbooks turn the noteworthy details of investing into tedious discourse that would put even Warren Buffett to sleep. Investing 101 cuts out the boring explanations, and instead provides a hands-on lesson that keeps you engaged as you learn how to build a portfolio and expand your savings. From value investing to short selling to risk tolerance, this primer is packed with hundreds of entertaining tidbits and concepts that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.

So whether you’re looking to master the major principles of investing, or just want to learn more about stocks and bonds, Investing 101 has all the answers–even the ones you didn’t know you were looking for.

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Anonymous says:

Warning: This book contains actual information! Most investment books I’ve read are generally worthless, with the author’s ego and business motives being the highlight. With Investing 101, I struck gold! It is a perfect lexicon of facts and information. It describes all the language & terminology, number and formulae, and strategies used by different investors. It’s concise and easy to understand. The information provided has given me enough knowledge to begin trying investing on my own. Excellent resource.

Anonymous says:

Better than Pi I am almost half way through the book and can actually understand what I am reading. The transparency makes for a positive experience. You don’t need a PhD to understand the financial market.

Anonymous says:

An excellent primer on investing It covers the basics in just enough detail. It covers the things that an average investor needs to know and no more. I gave copies to my adult children and grandchildren. I also gave copies to my employees. I use it as the textbook in a six-hour course I teach to my employees and family about how to invest. It is a good book to read and digest when one is just beginning. It also makes a good reference book where one can go back and look things up if they are trying to recall something.

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