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eBook Get Your Share: The Everyday Woman's Guide to Striking it Rich in the StockMarket ePub

by Julie Stav

eBook Get Your Share: The Everyday Woman's Guide to Striking it Rich in the StockMarket ePub
Author: Julie Stav
Language: English
ISBN: 0425173925
ISBN13: 978-0425173923
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover; First Printing edition (April 1, 2000)
Pages: 192
Category: Investing
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 551
Formats: docx azw lrf lrf
ePub file: 1709 kb
Fb2 file: 1592 kb

Financial planner and broker Julie Stav has been helping women get rich for years-but her inspiring story began when she was forced to leave her native Cuba as a teenager

Financial planner and broker Julie Stav has been helping women get rich for years-but her inspiring story began when she was forced to leave her native Cuba as a teenager. Penniless, she escaped to America, became a school teacher and married.

Get your facts straight even when you lie. I couldn't find the name Peter Lynch mentioned anywhere in her book like . I couldn't find the name Peter Lynch mentioned anywhere in her book like this person claimed. As far as the 10% stop loss, who says you have to keep it at exactly 10%? Investing is an art, not a science. You adapt to better deal with your particular situation. The method in book is very similar to the one advocated by William O'neal. Some call it momentum investing

Stav, Julie; Adamson, Deborah.

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Stav has been helping women get rich for years through her network of invest. clubs & her media & speaking appearances. Here she offers her hands-on techniques & inspiring advice by simplifying the stock market & putting a new world of wealth within reach. You don't have to be a mathematician or money expert to make a profit in the stock market - all you need is your initial investment & a sound grasp of some basic principles that can help you pick winners.

Financial planner and broker Julie Stav has been helping women get rich for years-but her inspiring story began when she was forced to leave her native Cuba as a teenager. Her investments paid off-and her story provided invaluable inspiration to the tens of thousands of people who eventually joined her at investment clubs

And we'll have a ball. Financial planner and broker Julie Stav has been helping women get rich for years through her network of investment clubs and her media and speaking appearances.

Julie Stav, a financial planner and broker, was born in Cuba and came to the United States as a teenager. A former teacher, she is the founder/owner of Retirement Benefit Systems, a financial planning firm in California, and also runs a network of investment clubs whose members now number in the tens of thousands.

Publisher: The Berkley Publishing Group (February 1, 2001). Heart Failure (eBook Rental).

The noted financial planner and broker shares her investment secrets in a sensible guide for women that explains the fundamentals of investment and explains how to pick winners, recognize financial opportunities, avoid risk, and build a lucrative portfolio.
Arthunter
I rate this book highly based on Ms. Stavs' explanation of the terminology in the stock market, i.e. BETA, Wow, I finally understand what it means.
I love the simple way in which she explains, PE, etc. and how she adds simple examples and explanations to figure it out.
She gives you the tools, their explanations and formulas as to what to look for in a stock and how to go about making that decision. I think it is a great book for those of us who have just recently entered the market.
Though I do not agree 100% percent with everything she states (i.e. selling because a stock drops 10% of your purchase price I believe would be costly).
I am a long term investors and not a day trader or a person interested in making a quick buck. I am in it for the long run (retirement). I believe a good solid company should not be sold just because it has hit hard times, if its product is solid and there is a market for it and it has a solid foundation.
One should read several books on the subject and take the best from all and,most importantly make decisions based on ones on research. I think Ms. Stav makes that perfectly clear that her rules and explanations do have exceptions. One must use commons sense.
This book will give the novice a great insight into how the professionals decipher the stock terminology and amply them to a company.
I also highly suggest books by Charles B. Carson.
Kecq
Great information.. Easy to understand.
Doukree
Great book
Trash Obsession
I really like this author. This book arrived in a very timely fashion; and I would highly recommend them and I would buy from them again.
Hellstaff
This book makes investing seem like the average person can do it. It is not difficult reading at all. Hopefully it will produce some good results for me.
Clonanau
Great book!! Makes it easy to learn the important facsts about the stock market and trading.
Milleynti
First of all, I have something to say about the negative reviews. Some are totally inaccurate (no wonder these folks lose money.) One person said he lost money on commissions and taxes when he was stopped out at a 10% loss. Yes, you have to pay commission, but you don't pay tax on losses. Get your facts straight even when you lie. I couldn't find the name Peter Lynch mentioned anywhere in her book like this person claimed. As far as the 10% stop loss, who says you have to keep it at exactly 10%? Investing is an art, not a science. You adapt to better deal with your particular situation.

Now on with the review, I have read over 20 books on the stock market, and I found this little book one of the most useful. The method in book is very similar to the one advocated by William O'neal. Some call it momentum investing. This method is more of a short-term or swing trading strategy than long-term investing. What makes this book a standout is she takes the time to explain difficult concepts in simple terms that beginners could understand. She even takes the time to show the readers how to use a calculator to find various values of a stock. Additionally, she includes many useful websites to aid people in their search for stocks to invest. She also did a good job explaining fundamental and technical analysis at the basis level.

The strategy recommended is solid and is used and tested by traders and investors everyday. The language used to explain this investing concept to the readers is clear. I recommend this book.
There are a LOT of other investing books. This one is worth reading if you don't all ready know anything. It starts from the beginning by explaining what the stock market is and then giving a strategy for picking individual stocks. Its a great place to start and does not give you anything to be confused by. Investing is hard but the author just has a way of explaining things and doing things clearly and simply that makes the subject make sense.

Usually books written for "dummies" are overly long and filled with pointless extra pages of jokes and silly cartoon pictures and long drawn out paragraphs. They are really a waste of time to read and are usually way thicker than they need to be because I guess a dummy needs to read the whole dictionary before they can understand the meaning of a single word. That is not how this book is written.

The author gets right to the point, however she has a conversational tone that makes the book fun. She explains how the stock market works in general and also gives a strategy of how to buy individual stocks. She walks you through it using specific websites, those sights could possibly go out of business in the future but the information you get from those sites you could easily get from other sources as well.

Julie Stav used to have a good website that went with this book to help you generate a list of companies to research for investing, but she has since switched her website to Spanish only and started charging for the list of companies. :( Maybe it will be in english again some day!!!!

People complained that her system is based on something someone else used, but that is actually good news for me to learn. It goes more to the fact that she is using tried and true methods. And I don't personally understand why you would keep holding the stock when you lost more than 10 percent like some other reviewers of this book complained about. Isn't losing money bad? I do not know. (I really don't) I know I lost money in my retirement mutual fund account and I didn't like it very much.... I figured the experts would know better and I would not lose anything. It lost more than 10 percent.

Anyway, I actually liked this book and I have read a lot of other books but this one stands out as simpler. She says in the books something like, her method and can start you out and then when you have been investing for a while you will add your instincts and experience and go from there to being a better investor. That is what I want to happen!

P.s. I want to say one more thing. At the beginning of this book, she talks about the money you should use for investing and the money you should not use for investing. And she talks about thinking about your whole financial situation before you invest anything. ((SO a person who would read this book and then say "I should have paid off my credit card debt first" was not actually paying attention.))

Cheers!
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