How to Avoid Loss and Earn Consistently in the Stock Market
How to Avoid Loss and Earn Consistently in the Stock Market: An Easy-To-Understand and Practical Guide for Every Investor
Hundreds of books are there about “”How to make money from stocks?”” Still 80% small investors suffer loss in the stock market. Why?
Plenty of free trading tips are available across Television and Internet; still maximum small investors are unable to earn significant return consistently from trading. Why?
How to Avoid Loss and Earn
Why maximum individuals still consider the stock market as a place for gambling?
Investing in high-quality business (stock) at the right price and holding them for a reasonable period is the only way for wealth creation.Written in an easy-to-understand and simple language, this book will guide you on how to select fundamentally strong business, when to buy and sell stocks and above all how to minimize or avoid loss in the stock market.
1. How to avoid loss in the stock market?
2. Stock Market is NOT risky at all
3. First step of picking winning stocks
4. How to evaluate management?
5. Valuation – It matters much
6. When to buy and when to sell
7. Do’s and don’ts to avoid loss in the stock market
8. How to construct your portfolio?
9. Is it required to follow an equity advisor?
10. Quick formula for picking winning stocks
11. Little bit of myself – Important Lessons to be learnt
The book ends with a small note on “Life is not all about the stock market and money”
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ASIN : B076MKJV6Y
Publisher : Paul Asset Consultant Private Limited (19 October 2017)
Language : English
File size : 1965 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 144 pages
Top reviews from India
Reviewed in India on 17 November 2018
2) Avoiding losses
3) Stock Picking
4) Buying and selling
5) Constructing the Portfolio
Reviewed in India on 19 August 2018
– Approaches the basics in a clear and easy-to-comprehend manner
– Covers key ratios & parameters to evaluate companies and build a robust portfolio
– Provides a practical guide for identifying quality stocks, with examples from the Indian market
– Does not hesitate to take a contrarian view & critically review the role of brokers and stock advisors
– Does not go very much beyond basic screening techniques for identifying quality stocks
– Minor thing, but the book has plenty of spelling & grammatical mistakes
Reviewed in India on 26 October 2018
Also the pages are not of good quality, again I did not find this an issue as the quality of the words more than makes up for it. I highly recommend this book.
Reviewed in India on 26 February 2020
2. Written in easy to learn almost all important parameters of investment.
3.It seems like author speak with me while reading.Cons:-
1. Author suggests some method of valuation of stock where he took example of few companies and provide data from past performance but such data is not matches with price on either NSE/BSE.
Example- Yes Bank
He says at page no. 104 that Yes bank was at rs 240 on December 2011 and gives 95%return on December 2012 @ 470
But in reality such price of Yes bank was not touched during that period.
There are more example of the same.
However his idea is good but not the data…But in reality stock market is all about price of stock/data.
Reviewed in India on 12 October 2018
It’s a well written book. There are some intetsting insights about certain tricks of the trade. Also, good to see some analysis of Indian stocks, and some back stories.
But somehow I can’t help but feel that it has oversimplified the analysis and selection of stocks. A short to-do list at the end could be misleading to the average beginner.
This is the author’s first book. Also, he is pretty young as an investment consuktant/ financial advisor. Somewhere I do appreciate the effort, but can’t escape the self marketing and at times pompousness of the author.
Although I may stand out for this contrarion review cos most ratings and reviews really suggest that they are floored by the book. And I do see where they are coming from. Reading this book does make one feel empowered to take the leap into stock markets.
I again reiterate that it’s a well written book, but possibly should be followed with caution
Top reviews from other countries
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 July 2015