So guys,for a person to learn the basics of stock market,investing,trading where does he need to start from what does he have to study/learn to begin doing all the above having 0 experience on the actual market and having little knowledge of it the terms and everything basically
There are many "Stock Market 101" type books..
Start reading every day...
>Wall Street Journal
When you can the Economist.
Torrents and simply searching "Stock Market books" ... Intelligent Investor.. but mostly out dated now.. I like Peter Lynchs books.
>One up on Wall Street
>Beating the Street
>Stock Market Logic
>Common Stocks Uncommon Profits by Fisher
>And his son's book Ken Fisher's books on investing stocks...
That is a good start and those books will lead you to others..
>I also like Jim Rogers and his books he is not just stock market but enjoyable reading
How about when do you start?
I hear people all the time talk about "man if only I'd started when I was 18. If only I'd spent some beer money on investments"
I'm 20 and every penny in my bank account comes from 11% interest student loans. To me, it wouldn't make sense to take spare money from that and throw it into some investments.
I think it'd be better to wait until my loans are paid off and I have an actual income to start. Am I wrong?