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The Naked Trader 5th Edition: How Anyone Can Make Money Trading Shares

Narrated by: Oliver Hunt
Length: 10 hrs and 36 mins
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Summary

The most entertaining book on how to trade shares is back!

Ever thought about investing in shares but got frustrated by all the gobbledygook? Bored by all the jargon? Then The Naked Trader is for you! This is the book on stock market investing that you can actually enjoy, written in plain English, packed with real-life trading examples and full of candid advice that you just can't get anywhere else. It's the ideal friend for anyone who wants to make money in the markets.

In this completely updated and expanded fifth edition, Robbie Burns (aka the Naked Trader) gives you the lowdown on what you need to make money from today's markets without having to sit at a screen all day or swallow a financial dictionary. Even better, he shows you how to do it all tax-free!

The first four editions of The Naked Trader flew off the shelves as glowing reviews mounted up. This brand-new edition contains even more of what made it so popular. There are more exclusive tips and ideas, more winning trades shown from start to finish, and more real-life trader tales of triumph and disaster. Not to mention tons of proven strategies that you can use to make money in the markets and a breakdown of some of the trades that have helped Robbie make more than £2 million tax-free.

Trading shares, eating toast, making money.

In between cups of tea, rounds of toast, and watching Deal or No Deal, Robbie tells you all you need to know to become a successful trader: from how to find good shares in the first place, to the best times to buy and sell, as well as how to make sure you have the right mindset for long-term success (it involves an unlikely combination of the secrets of Derren Brown and Dad's Army....). You can also find out how Robbie has even made money during market meltdowns - as well as what his biggest mistakes have been so that you can avoid them!!

If you're a complete beginner, The Naked Trader is the best place to start. But it's also absolutely perfect if you're already trading and want to learn some new, common-sense trading ideas that really work. So whether you just want to make a few quid on the side while you're at work or want to go on to make money from the markets full time and quit work like Robbie, The Naked Trader is everything you've been looking for.

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An excellent book

I have listened to the previous edition. And this edition is even better. I highly recommend it.

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Great Content but....

Robbie provides some great information but did advise on not investing till you have around £3000 saved. There is little information on Index funds which after reading a number of books is a great starting point for beginners with limited money to invest especially when investing regularly. Still lots of brilliant advice and well worth listening to for topping up your investing knowledge.

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At last

A book I cud of read months ago if I'd known...many suggested books like the Intelligent invester went over my head. Going to a seminar by Robby and I sense he puts them on to share his knowledge instead of wanting to upsell.