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17 Reddit comments about The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: Fifth Edition:

u/Cdn_Nick · 38 pointsr/IWantToLearn

A good introduction is this:

Lays it all out in basic understandable terms, and also provides brief summaries of the most significant people in investing: Buffett, Graham, etc

u/Holy_Shit_Stains · 11 pointsr/investing
u/Bizkitgto · 10 pointsr/investing

I'd read A Random Walk Down Wall Street first. Then Intelligent Investor before Security Analysis.

The first book I read when I was a n00b was The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing. It's pretty simple and basic and made for total beginner's.

Also, you may want to read Reminiscences of a Stock Operator at some point.

Also, check out Robert Shiller's Financial Markets course.

Stock Charts is a good online introduction to technical and fundamental analysis.

Have fun!!

Edit: correction

u/Mostofyouareidiots · 7 pointsr/investing

"The neatest little guide to stock market investing" might be what you're looking for. I haven't read it but I just picked it up off my book shelf and it looks like it covers the basics of how and why the markets work, common valuation ratios, brokers, how to make different types of orders...

u/miriverite · 4 pointsr/personalfinance

Hi, former Wall Street-er here. Sounds like you're more interested in fundamentals investing instead of technical? If so, read:

u/3ntidin3 · 3 pointsr/RobinHood

Here's a book on stock market investing for newbies that I thought was really great:

u/dave4283 · 3 pointsr/StockMarket

Check out this book man. I'm just starting as well and its really helped explain things. Well put together and it's pretty cheap.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/investing

I highly recommend his book:

The best all purpose modern trading and investing book. But! Don't start testing or building a real portfolio until youre done reading the entire book. I hate reading but it held my attention for the 3 days it took me to finish.

u/schnaids · 2 pointsr/stocks
u/Poles_Apart · 2 pointsr/stocks

This is a good intro book. Watch investopedia videos as you read the definitions in the beginning. After that its a pretty easy read. He summarizes all the major investors books and strategies, highlights his, and ties them all together.

u/Pat6802 · 2 pointsr/StockMarket

In my personal opinion, Jason Kelly's book linked below was a great Stock Market 101 book, very easy to read:

I highly recommend it!

u/spacexfalcon · 1 pointr/investing

I read and skimmed a bunch of books on investing and stocks. The only one that seemed to really stick with me also happened to be the shortest one. Perhaps because its brief. This was a really good launching point for me. The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing by Jason Kelly

u/TasoFlocus · 1 pointr/investing

It is a variation of the dogs of the dow strategy. Part of the value of your described strategy is dividends.

Jason Kelly discusses your described strategy in his book "The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing".

The strategy seems to have merit. Basically the argument is that any stock stable enough to be listed on the dow is a safe investment but since these stocks are at the bottom there is room for growth.

u/Danes81 · 1 pointr/personalfinance

I personally like The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing.

The author goes over the basics as well as styles of the greats.

u/DonDraperPussySlayer · 1 pointr/stocks