The purpose of this book is to provide individual investors who have as little as $1,000 to invest with the information necessary to earn a high return from investing in the stock market. Playing “the game” intelligently, as outlined in this book, will allow the small investor to earn a return better than most professional investors. Although the theories behind investment can be very complicated, the individual investor does not need to understand these theories in order to outperform the so-called experts. This book will show the reader the steps necessary to become a savvy investor and beat the pros. The good news is you can be a savvy investor and spend only a few minutes each year on your investment portfolio. It sounds almost too good to be true, but it is.
Gary D. Lemon is a lifelong investor in the stock market. Professor Lemon made his first investment in the stock market when he was a nineteen-year-old undergraduate student, and he has been invested in the stock market ever since. During the early years, when Lemon made investment decisions, he made the usual mistakes of first-time investors. All he was sure of was that he wanted to be in the stock market. Part of the reason Professor Lemon wrote this book is to help other investors avoid the mistakes he made when he first started investing.
Are you baffled by how the stock market works? Are you disappointed by the returns you have earned in the market? Do you want unbiased information about how the stock market really works? Do you want objective advice about how to invest your money? If so, I am writing this book for you.
In particular, I am writing this book for individuals who have little-to-moderate understanding of how the stock market works. You may be aware that you should be in the stock market but are afraid to take the leap because you are not sure where to start. Or you may currently be in the stock market but are disappointed in the returns you are earning and feel you are paying too much for the advice you are receiving. You may also want to have a deeper understanding of how the market works.
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