Introductory Books for New investors

Success in the Stock Market

319 pages,  Paperback £9.99, Kindle £4.99 Where shall I invest my money? Should I buy Apple or Amazon shares? Answering these questions is not as straightforward as it first seems. No matter how fantastic a company may be, at the wrong price it will make for an awful investment. More particularly value and price must never be confused. In the words of Warren Buffett, arguably the most successful investor of all time, “Price is what you pay, but value is what you ...

The DIY Investor: How to get started in investing and plan for a financially secure future.

275 pages. £17.99, Amazon from £9.85, Kindle £12.83. This is the updated, second edition of a very useful and clearly written book, providing detailed guidance for “people who want to invest for the future and then get on with the rest of their lives”, his thesis being that the investment platforms and range of products and information now available means that financial advice is a luxury that only the wealthy can afford. The first section of the book introduces DIY investing, including ways ...