Investing For Beginners - David Cohne

Investing For Beginners

By David Cohne

  • Release Date: 2015-07-13
  • Genre: Finance
4 Score: 4 (From 604 Ratings)


The Best Guide to Getting Started Investing You’ll Find Anywhere

What Does Your Retirement Look Like?

If you are like most Americans, you don’t know how you’re are going to retire. Pensions have almost completely disappeared and the financial future of Social Security has many worried. This book shows you how to take control of your own future by teaching you the fundamentals of investing.

Many people are afraid to put their hard earned money in the stock market because they don’t want to lose it all. This book shows you how to invest your money for growth instead of treating the stock market like a slot machine and just hoping to get lucky.

Inside the book you will discover:

The basics of what the stock market is and how it works

The differences between passive and active investing

The differences between stocks, bonds, and cash

All about mutual funds and other types of funds

What you need to know about the economy to make good investments

How to plan for retirement

All about risk

And Much More

This quick start guide will help you go from knowing very little about investing to being confident in starting your own investment in your retirement.

If you are looking for a get rich quick scheme, this book isn’t for you. But, if you want to learn about how to invest and the best ways to plan for your retirement, this book will start you on the path of taking control of your own future.

The sooner you get your copy, the sooner you can start your personal investment education. Don’t wait another second.


  • Good voik

    By animal2520
    Simple to read and good information about investing.
  • Good simple way to learn some investing skills.

    By Ynotme?
    Very informative while being as simple as possible. Lost me a little bit when he was explaining mutual funds, an this being the first time I have read up on investing so I’d say very well put.
  • Best book

    By AbdAllah93
    Best book I’ve read so far, recently started investing and this book have giving me an idea of how the stock market sales. Great tips and advice. I’ll buy more books from this author in the future.
  • Great starter

    By Mjv841988
    Amazing information to get you started from 0 to something I took a lot of notes and learned a great deal about things I have always been interested in but never thought I could have the time, thanks!
  • Beginners guide!!!!

    By Yoyobreez
    Great beginners info
  • Investing For Beginners

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  • Great book overall

    By Sevenstreak
    As it says it gives you the basics of investing and even gives you advice to invest as the author recommends.
  • So so so Great

    By EbeeneezB
    I loved every bit of it, I might have to read it again and again and again, shared it already
  • Great read for beginning investors who want to know more

    By Farmerfish
    This was a very good read about what are the different things to invest in the market. My dad had already taught me a little about some of these but this book explained why some are better than others and what the major difference is. He is very good about not placing his opinion on what is the best option out there but indicates what might be best for a certain person in a certain position. Great easy to follow and understand read. Would recommend to others who have a little background about the market rather than someone who has not had any experience before with it.
  • Not the best

    By Ernesto Aranda
    For starters, upon reading the intro I noticed multiple spelling errors. As one continues to read, you know nothing bout the markets. Well, can't expect much from a free book right.