Through the story The Butcher, the Broker, the Candlestick Maker, the authors talk of the perfect investors who identify profitable business and buy shares as investments. Here their advice is that you must find a business that has consistently improved its profit in the past and it is forecast that it will continue to do so in the future, as it could well be a very good business to invest in.
The fairy tale The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg reveals the stock-picking tips and how to consider new ventures and never invest more in new ventures than you are prepared to lose. Secondly, if you cannot take the risk of owning something that could go bad, then you can never own anything that does well. Thirdly, a good business usually has a history of being good. It is a good industry where the business has some control over its own destiny.
The Mad Hatter'sTea Party shows the advantage of introduction in futures and options.
Rumpelstiltskin gives the introduction to structured investments?investments made by using derivative investment. These are often known a ?hedge funds?.
In short the book gives through fairy tales and nursery rhymes the low-down on how to successfully invest one'shard-earned money and teaches all the tricks and tips needed for profitable investment.
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