The Ultimate Starters Guide for Buying and Selling Shares

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Dear Reader,

Getting started in shares can be intimidating.

Many people see the stock market as the realm of the rich and high-flying investors.

But the truth is, with the growth of the internet over the past 20 years, it’s easy for anyone to buy and sell shares.

You don’t need to be an expert, or wear a flash suit, or even drive a fast car.

You will need is a minimum of $500…and a basic understanding of how the market works.

After polishing off the first few pages alone…you could be well on your way to placing your first trade.

Want to know how you calculate the right amount of shares to buy?

You’ll find the answer to that question in this guide too.

Scratching your head as to what a ‘stop-loss’ is?

We’ve got the answer for you on page 9.

But that’s just the start of what’s on offer for you here…

In this brand new Money Morning report titled A Beginner’s Guide to the Stock Market: How to Buy and Sell Shares’, publisher Kris Sayce lays out easy-to-read and jargon free instructions on the steps you need to take to jump into the market TODAY and buy and sell your first lot of shares.

If you’ve got an interest in the share market, but completely new to the whole deal and don’t know where to start…download Kris’ new report today and he’ll show you everything you need to know to get started.

Inside you’ll discover:

  • The ONE type of stock broker you should NEVER use: Ready to buy your first lot of BHP shares? Well, hold on a minute there…first you’ll need to find a broker who can place an order for that parcel of BHP shares in the market. Although, there’s a heap of stock brokers out there, you can roughly split the lot of them down the middle into TWO particular types. Learn which type of broker Kris says you should never, ever use.
  • The #1 biggest mistake made by new traders and investors: Understanding this little known stock market ‘trick’ could save you hundreds…maybe even thousands of dollars over your investing career. It’s an effective way to protect your portfolio from the sometimes volatile nature of the markets…and aims to minimise your downside risk. 95% of new traders and investors that lose money DON’T do this. Good news is, it takes little more than a few seconds to put this protection in place.
  • How to use the secret of the ‘sleep test’ to confirm you’re investing correctly: You’ve bought your first few shares and you’re slowly but surely growing that portfolio. On the outside, you seem to be doing all the right things. Yet something is amiss and you can’t quite put your finger on it. You find yourself tossing and turning at night…thinking about your stocks. If this sounds like you…Kris may have another option.

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