The Financial Times Guide to Investing: The Definitive Companion to Investment and the Financial Markets (The FT Guides)

January 28, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Essential Reading There is not much that you need to know about investing that is not in this book. I have owned it for a while now and whilst I have not read it cover-to-cover like a “normal book” I refer to it on a regular basis.I am a financial adviser and have taken numerous investment-based exams and this has always been good at clarifying subject matter that other text books have failed to cover properly (or in depth). The CII and CISI list this book as “recommended reading” and for good…

Anonymous says:

Recommended In an economy which at the moment seems to be so focused on borrowing, this comes as an extremely welcome read. Why this material is not compulsory in all schools is saddening. The guide is extremely well presented and very logically structured, starting with the basics of how and why companies are structured before moving on to the specifics of investment. Investment/ economics/ capitalism are major subject areas in themselves and this book expertly manages most of the time to get the balance…

Anonymous says:

My new Bible I come from an investment background, having managed my own shares portfolio since university and worked in the investment management arm of a private bank last year. However I am not an expert, and wanted to gear up to studying the IMC with something that would be both a good reference for what I do know and a tutorial for what I don’t. This book absolutely hits all the spots. What’s remarkable is just how easy to read it is – not because it’s dumbed down; it’s the clarity with which the…

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