My Dad Thinks I Rob Banks: How to Make Your Fortune on the Stockmarket while Everyone Else is Losing Theirs

Sammon, Joseph / Tarling, Lowell

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Publisher: Bas Publishing
ISBN-13: 9781920910396
Binding: Paperback
Year Published: 2005
His Dad thought he robbed banks for a living. In reality, he gave up a first class job with British Aerospace to become a share trader. He made more money than he, or his Dad, ever imagined - without robbing a bank.

Born into a working class family in Adelaide, Joseph Sammon grew up thinking the sharemarket was "for people who lived in nice houses and drove nice cars". That was, until he discovered anyone could learn about the share market and be successful.

His early endeavours into the world of share trading were less than impressive - his first few trades recorded losses not profits - but a hunger and passion for the sharemarket was born.

Self-taught, Joseph Sammon has gone from knowing nothing about share investing to being one of Australia's best-known sharemarket educators as Managing Director of Sammon Corporation.

Highly readable, but more importantly informative, My Dad Thinks I Rob Banks tracks Joseph's path to sharemarket wisdom, revealing the secrets of his success.

Learn Joseph's unique technique of how to win on the sharemarket, including:
  • An introduction to share investing.
  • What to look for in an investment.
  • When to invest.
  • Pitfalls and traps of investing.
  • How to get the best out of your broker.
Read Joseph's predictions for the future of the sharemarket, including, within the next decade, a crash bigger than the 1987 crash. Whether you agree or not, the reasons behind Joseph's predictions provide food for thought for all existing and potential share investors.

An entertaining read, My Dad Thinks I Rob Banks helps demystify the jargon of investing and confirms that ordinary people can and do have success on the stockmarket.
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