The Value of Risk Management in Stock Market Investments Highlighted in New Book
Risk management measures can help beginning investors design investment strategies that allow them to grow their wealth and protect their stock market investments
There are plenty of books about the stock market for beginners, but most of them limit their explanations only to the methods preferred by their authors while disregarding other approaches to investing, thus providing only a narrow view of the stock market, one at a time. Many of them do not place enough emphasis on the inclusion of risk management measures as part of investment strategies either.
That situation changed with the publication of How to Invest in Stocks: A Beginner’s Guide to Making Money and Managing Risk in the Stock Market, written by Rodolfo Tello. In the author’s own words, “I wish I had this type of resource when I first started to learn about the stock market. All I was able to find at that time were books that were either too mechanical, too anecdotal, too academic, or too biased toward a particular investing style.”
This book translates complex concepts into easy-to-grasp ideas, helping beginning investors understand how the stock market works and manage their stock investments in ways that make the most sense according to their specific circumstances.
This new book, published on April 28, 2021, has been released worldwide in hardcover (ISBN 978-1-63387-017-8), paperback (ISBN 978-1-63387-016-1), and digital (ISBN 978-1-63387-015-4) editions simultaneously. The print editions are 8.5 x 5.5 inches and have 187 pages. This book is currently available at online retailers such as Amazon.com and via the Ingram Content Group catalog. Readers can order this book at bookstores as well.