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Learn to Earn: A Beginner’s Guide to the Basics of Investing and Business

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Author: Lynch

Brand: Simon & Schuster

Color: Blue

Features:

  • Yet, how many of these customers are investing in their relationships with these brands? More importantly, how many are aware that they can? This book is for those who are not making use of this.
  • Key Features: This book is relevant for ages ranging from high school students to retired professionals. Be it creating your own investing opportunities or finding the ones most suited to you, this book brings to light mindblowing facts you never knew could make you richer.
  • Learn to Earn – A Beginner’s Guide to The Basics of Investing and Business was written to fulfill two reasons, one was to make sure that the ‘rich get richer, poor get poorer’ principle doesn’t dwell in business for long. The second reason was to let the common people make a living out of associating with the brands they use every day.
  • Almost every second teenager wears a Nike product to a basketball game. Three out of five families stop at a McDonalds for lunch during a road trip. Nestle is much more than just a household name. and State Bank of India holds the largest number of savings bank accounts in the country. Yet, how many of these customers are investing in their relationships with these brands? More importantly, how many are aware that they can? This book is for those who are not making use of this.
  • Language Published: English

Package Dimensions: 28x213x141

Number Of Pages: 272

Release Date: 25-01-1996

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Learn to Earn – A Beginner’s Guide to The Basics of Investing and Business was written to fulfill two reasons, one was to make sure that the ‘rich get richer, poor get poorer’ principle doesn’t dwell in business for long. The second reason was to let the common people make a living out of associating with the brands they use every day.
Almost every second teenager wears a Nike product to a basketball game. Three out of five families stop at a McDonalds for lunch during a road trip. Nestle is much more than just a household name. and State Bank of India holds the largest number of savings bank accounts in the country. Yet, how many of these customers are investing in their relationships with these brands? More importantly, how many are aware that they can? This book is for those who are not making use of this.
Not only do the authors, Lynch and Rothchild, explain that you don’t have to know it all to make it big in business but they also go a step ahead and tell you how to earn out of every sip of Coca Cola you swallow. Learn to Earn – A Beginner’s Guide to The Basics of Investing and Business is not just a guide to the basics of investing and business but it is also a guide to setting your own milestones. The book also tells you the best ways of achieving these milestones. This book was published by Simon and Schuster in 1996 and is available in paperback.
Key Features:

This book is relevant for ages ranging from high school students to retired professionals.
Be it creating your own investing opportunities or finding the ones most suited to you, this book brings to light mindblowing facts you never knew could make you richer.

Amazon.com Review
To Peter Lynch, success in the stock market is pretty basic: if a company’s earnings rise, then the stock price goes up. “This simple point–that the price of a stock is directly related to a company’s earning power–is often overlooked, even by sophisticated investors,” the former Fidelity Magellan manager writes in
Learn to Earn, his third book on investing. “This is the starting point for the successful stock picker: find companies that grow their earnings over many years to come.”
One of the best managers in the history of mutual funds, Lynch is certainly the person to help people choose the right stocks and understand the market. More so than One Up on Wall Street or Beating the Street, this Lynch book is for beginning investors of all ages. Lynch and coauthor John Rothchild are family men who are worried that teenagers aren’t learning enough about the importance of American companies in improving lives and creating wealth. Lynch questions why students are taught that Hamlet was a tragic hero and Napoleon was a great general, but they don’t know that Sam Walton founded Wal-Mart. In fact, Lynch’s grasp of the past is one of the strengths of the book. One of the best chapters is “A Short History of Capitalism,” a witty and homespun look at characters like Karl Marx, the Communist who believed capitalism was doomed, and the robber barons, the shrewd railroad magnates of the late 19th century who amassed huge fortunes by manipulating the markets.
Unlike the robber barons, beginning investors, Lynch says, should stick to the basics: get in the habit of saving and investing and putting aside a certain amount every month; develop a strong stomach because the stock market is going to fall and there’s no way to anticipate it; do a little homework so you can understand the reasons to own a particular stock; and buy shares in solid companies and don’t let go of them without a good reason.
This book marks Lynch’s coming out as a fan of “direct investment programs,” which are offered by many good companies. You purchase a couple of shares or so directly from the company and then you enroll in a plan and buy more shares each month, in some cases without paying a penny in fees and always without a broker–the way Lynch likes it. Lynch loves these p

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