Axios readers can now start investing their hard-earned cash into the world of investing with the help of the new book Investing for Everyone.
Starting today, subscribers will be able to make up to $1,000 in total in investments with no monthly fee.
“There are plenty of ways to invest in today’s rapidly changing world,” the book’s author and co-founder and CEO, Paul Allen, told the publication.
“But for many of us, we find ourselves trying to do things with a level of sophistication that’s never been possible before.”
Allen and his co-authors created the book to give people the tools they need to become fully invested in the stock market, and to help them make the investment decisions that will help them build a long-term portfolio of stocks and bonds.
“This book is not for the faint of heart, but it’s a really valuable resource for anyone who wants to get to know more about investing and the market,” Allen said.
“I’m so excited about this opportunity to share this book with the world.”
In the book, Allen and coauthor, Jim Schaffer, provide step-by-step guidance on how to get started.
Topics covered include investing basics like what’s involved in making money on a stock, how to invest and manage your money, how the market works, and the fundamentals of the market, including market sizing, liquidity, and price action.
The book also provides some quick-reference advice, including investing in high-quality, short-term, dividend-paying stocks.
“It’s an opportunity for the market to be understood,” Schaffer said.
“We’re not trying to make money,” Allen added.
“We’re trying to help you get the information you need to make good investment decisions.”
Allen said he and Schaffer are thrilled with the success of the book.
“If you’re a beginner investor, or you’re just starting to learn the ins and outs of investing, this book is for you,” Allen wrote in a press release.
“The book is designed to help people understand investing in a way that they’re not used to.
We believe this book will be a huge help for investors to understand investing and be able make good investments.”