Summary and Info
A small book that is easy to read and is an okay starting place for beginners despite the fact that Bernstein conveniently makes a lot of recommendations for his own books. There's a little of everything, money management, what you should expect to make during your first years as an investor, a little technical analysis, some nice rules of thumb, etc. But this is also the book's weakness--it spreads itself thin covering a lot of topics in this short introductory book. For example, only elementary momentum analysis is explained and a beginning investor should have more information than that to start investing. There are better "starter" books and readers of No Bull Investing should be aware that they can pick up a lot of simple tips and rules from Bernstein, but should continue their education before diving into investing.
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Jake Bernstein is President of Network Press, Inc. in Santa Cruz, California. Bernstein claims expertise in seasonal trading and has developed methods of trading in futures markets, and has been a featured speaker at many investment conferences and trading seminars.
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