A common man’s guide to stock investing
Stocks offer magnificent wealth creation opportunities.
Are you ready to test the waters?
Stocks are simple and powerful investment tools. But lack of knowledge, patience and faith make them a dangerous gamble. And so, the common man dreads entering the stock market when it should be an inseparable part of his portfolio. The Autobiography of a Stock takes a unique look at the problem – through the eyes of Mr. Stock.
Gobind, a young man eager to invest, approaches Mr. Stock for help to guide him through the roller-coaster ride of buying a stock, holding on to it and finally exiting it in time.
Join him on his exhilarating journey, complete with its soaring heights and dismal lows, in a real market scenario, with real stocks and real data. Learn with him as he discovers the 83 unforgettable lessons in the noisy world of stocks. Tried, tested and thoroughly practical, these lessons are stock market scripture that can bring you not only excellent returns but also long-term wealth.
Manoj Arora is a gold medalist in engineering from AMU, Aligarh. In his career spanning more than two decades, he has worked for Fortune 500 organisations across the globe including IBM, L&T and TCS. An IT-professional-turned-author, he has to his credit multiple bestsellers on Dreams, Money and Happiness. Founder Trustee of Kalpavriksha – a tree plantation NGO, Manoj lives by his life’s mission to elevate the world around him.
“…provide[s] understanding of basics without much of technical jargon!”
—K V Narayanan, Vice President, Tata Consultancy Services
“One of the rare books which is a perfect sync of facts and fiction…”
—Nishant Maitre, CEO & Cofounder, Tappet Box
“…simple, yet an eye-opening book.”
—Yogesh Aggrwal, Head Corporate Finance & CAO, NDTV
“…would help even seasoned investors.”
—Ananta P Sarma, Executive Vice President, Investment Banking,
IDBI Capital Markets & Securities Ltd.