How to Build a Share Portfolio A Practical Guide to Selecting and Monitoring a Portfolio of Shares
Rodney HobsonVision Books : How to Build a Share Portfolio : Rodney Hobson : Book (ISBN: 8170948541) Pages: 268 Price: Rs. 295 Format: pb
ISBN13/10: 9788170948544 / 8170948541 Availability: Yes Published in 2012
well-crafted portfolio is the most effective and proven way of reducing risks
while enjoying the high returns that shares can offer.
investors, however, simply pick shares that catch their fancy at random, or
those that have been recommended in the financial press without any thought of
creating a suitable, balanced portfolio. They
then cling on to their purchases irrespective of whether their investment needs
have changed or whether the companies they chose still meet their investment
by step, this book explains in simple terms how to build and manage a share
importance and benefits of a portfolio
build a suitable share portfolio
what you want from your portfolio — income versus
you must hold a diversified portfolio
How to select the right shares for your
big a portfolio should you hold
to monitor and manage your portfolio
to periodically rebalance your portfolio.
in a clear, easy to follow style — and packed with real examples — this book
will benefit both beginners and the more experienced investors alike to build
and profit from a share portfolio.
"An excellent beginner's guide, covering all the basics. If you are taking your first steps into the financial markets, or just want to brush up on your knowledge, it will prove to be an invaluable ally." — UK Analyst
"Truly useful . . . will give you the direction and confidence to build a share portfolio." — Philip Salter, City AM
is an experienced financial journalist who has held senior editorial positions
with publications in the
Asia. Among posts he has held are news editor for the business section of The
Times, editor of Shares magazine, business editor of the Singapore
Monitor and deputy business editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review.
also contributed to the City pages of the Daily Mail, The Independent
and The Independent on Sunday.
was at the forefront in the setting up of financial websites, firstly as Head of
News for the launch of Citywire and more recently as Editor of Hemscott,
for whom he continues to write a weekly investment email. He has been featured
on BBC TV and radio and on CNBC, as well as appearing as a guest speaker at
conferences such as the World Money Show.