So if this is your actual first book on investing, might not be the best choice to start with. For someone who has already established an investing style, there is a lot of good stuff in here, at least for more traditional investors like myself. There is a whole section about charting stock patterns, which I didn’t even bother with, because for me, using past performance charting to predict future stock moves is akin to reading chicken entrails.
Tired of phony promises about getting rich quickly, promises that lead to reckless decisions (the stepping stones to the poor house)?
How about trying something different?
How about going for lasting wealth—and doing it the cautious way?
In Get Rich Carefully, Jim Cramer uses his thirty-five years of experience as a Wall Street veteran and host of CNBC’s Mad Money to create a guide to high-yield, low-risk investing. In our recovering economy, this is the plan you need to make big money without taking big risks.
The personal finance book of the year, Get Rich Carefully is the invaluable guide to turning your savings into real, lasting wealth in a practical, and yes—because this is, after all, a book by Jim Cramer