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by Mark Shipman

eBook The Next Big Investment Boom: Learn the Secrets of Investing from a Master and How to Profit from Commodities epub
  • ISBN: 0749445777
  • Author: Mark Shipman
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Investing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kogan Page (May 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 179 pages
  • ePUB size: 1134 kb
  • FB2 size 1136 kb
  • Formats azw lit docx rtf


Mark Shipman has been in the financial industry since 1979

Mark Shipman has been in the financial industry since 1979.

Mark Shipman has been in the financial industry since 1979. Notice that I said "investing", not "trading". "The Next Big Investment Boom" is not for anyone learning how to daytrade S&P Minis, swing trade energy markets, etc. Shipman has worked as a consultant to various high net worth investors and institutions, and he also teaches his methods of investing to the public.

However, I don't see the book relevant when it comes learning about investing in commodities. I wish it explained more how to study the fundamental of each one instead of including an elementary schoolbook paragraph. If you have an investment background and know a bit about commodities, this is not for you. I would have rated the book higher had it been relevant to commodities as it claimed it was.

Start by marking The Next Big Investment Boom: Learn . This is a book worth reading. It gives insight into working of stock market, and how to recognize bubble and bust

Start by marking The Next Big Investment Boom: Learn the Secrets of Investing from a Master and How to Profit from Commodities as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Mark Shipman, who has made a fortune since leaving school at the age of 16, is now an investment advisor to a range of prestigious UK clients. It gives insight into working of stock market, and how to recognize bubble and bust. It covers the story of some of the biggest bubbles and economic slowdowns. Really simple explanation of how to make money from the market. Recommended to beginners in investment. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Mark has consulted to various high net-worth investors and City institutions and he also teaches his methods of investing to the public. Country of Publication.

Publisher: Kogan Page. A practical guide to every aspect of disciplined and lucrative investment, with emphasis on developing personal investment strategies that relate to the world's commodities markets. The Next Big Investment Boom: Learn the Secrets of Investing from a Master and How to Profit from Commodities by Shipman, Mark and Publisher Kogan Page. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780749448462, 0749448466. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to The Next Big Investment Boom: Learn the Secrets of Investing from a Master and How to Profit from Commodities.

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But, Shipman insists, if readers participate in the forthcoming commodity boom, they . Mark Shipman has been in the financial industry since 1979.

But, Shipman insists, if readers participate in the forthcoming commodity boom, they can protect themselves from the effects of high inflation and make some serious money. Shipman predicts that tomorrow's new millionaires will make their fortunes, not from technology, software, the Internet or property, but from commodities and commodity related business. He has learnt that it is far easier to profit from an investment's progress over months and years than it is over the next few days, hours or even minutes.

In this no-nonsense book, British master analyst and self-made multi-millionaire Mark Shipman has three distinct goals: to alert the reader to the perils of handing over their hard earned cash to professional advisers; to describe specific investment strategies he has used successfully over the last 20 years and to identify a major investment opportunity that could last well over a decade and affect everyone--commodities.
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Water
Mr. Shipman has written an excellent, slim volume on futures investing. (Notice that I said "investing", not "trading".) "The Next Big Investment Boom" is not for anyone learning how to daytrade S&P Minis, swing trade energy markets, etc. Shipman discusses irrational markets of the past, like Tokyo real estate in the 80s, the tech bubble of the 90s, and everyone's perennial favorite, tulipmania in Renaissance Holland. From there, Shipman advocates a long-term view of commodities much like that of Jim Rogers in "Hot Commodities", the main factors fueling commodities price rises being increasing demand in Asia and other emerging economies, coupled with low profitability in recent years having forced many producers out of the markets. Unlike Rogers, Shipman combines long-range fundamental analysis with simple technical analysis a la Richard Donchian. Position sizing is simple: use a maximum of double margin (i.e. if the margin for a contract is $1,000 then you should have $3,000 per contract invested). The only part of the book that I did not find useful was the chapter on taxation, because Shipman is British and the book's discussion of taxation is not useful for traders in the United States. Other than that, this book is an excellent read!
Mavegelv
I give Shipman the credit for tackling the history of several investment booms and smoothly explaining the phsycology and human factor behind hype. However, I don't see the book relevant when it comes learning about investing in commodities. I wish it explained more how to study the fundamental of each one instead of including an elementary schoolbook paragraph. If you have an investment background and know a bit about commodities, this is not for you. I would have rated the book higher had it been relevant to commodities as it claimed it was.
Eigonn
I was reading the book and two thirds of it has to do with investing in general and the theories of investing and the history of investing. All of which i knew and was almost done the book. I recommend the book for a amatuer in that way, which is why i gave it a fair or ok.

I finally get to commodities and it discusses them in general like Oil is a commodity and so is Gold, and goes through a list of items considered commodities, but not much more. It mentions a couple of funds, and discusses a confusing English method of investing, and not being English, that meant nothing to me. However, if English or living their would be helpfull, and well to be honest i did not come out of the book with the specifics necessary to invest in commodities and make a ton of money in the next boom. I am still invested in commodities now but with no knew insights from the book. I do want to mention that futures are listed as a method for investing but i did not find a method in book to decipher which commodity and when for futures and how to apply it.

Could i have missed something in reading it ? Sure , i mean it was well very dry reading, especially when arriving at the commodites section. I may try and read the commodities portion again to better understand futures, however it was hard reading that section.
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