Item description for The Naked Trader: How Anyone Can Still Make Money Trading Shares by Robbie Burns...
In this revealing new book, the follow-up to the bestselling first edition, top trader Robbie Burns cuts through the jargon to give you the lowdown on the strategies you need to make money from share dealing. Robbie, aka the Naked Trader, is an expert and highly entertaining guide to the sometimes baffling world of the stock market. In between cups of tea, rounds of toast and the occasional 'cuddle' with Mrs Naked Trader, he describes the straightforward techniques that have enabled him to succeed in the markets and escape the rat race. The book kicks off with the basics such as: the best websites, magazines and newspapers to look at; the kit you need to get cracking; and some key tips for choosing a broker. Robbie then gives you the essential techniques for picking the good shares and, just as importantly, avoiding the bad ones, and finishes up with some more advanced topics like how to make money even when shares fall. Along the way you also get the chance to spend a day with the
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.06" Height: 1.26" Weight: 1.23 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2008
Publisher Harriman House
ISBN 1905641516 ISBN13 9781905641512
Availability 0 units.
More About Robbie Burns
Robbie Burns has been a journalist and writer since he graduated from Harlow Journalism College in 1981. After starting life as a reporter and editor for various local newspapers, from 1988-1992 he was editor of ITV and Channel 4's teletext services. He also wrote ITV's daily teletext soap opera ""Park Avenue"" for 5 years. He then went on to freelance for various newspapers including The Independent and The Sun, and also helped set up a financial news service for CNN. In 1997, he became editor for BSkyB's teletext services and set up their shares and finance service. While there he also set up various entertainment phone lines in conjunction with BSkyB including a ""Buffy The Vampire Slayer"" phone line which made him nearly ?250,000. He left full-time work in 2001 to trade and run his own businesses which included a caf? in London which he sold, doubling his money on the initial purchase. While at BSkyB, Robbie broadcast a diary of his share trades which became hugely popular. He transf