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When I asked my readers what their biggest challenge is when it comes to investing, many answered that they did not know when to buy a stock, and knew even less about when to eventually sell it!

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You want to invest in stocks, but don't know where to start?

First of all, let me tell you you're smart for deciding to invest in stocks, because of all asset classes, stocks have historically yielded the highest returns!

And you're in luck, because in this guide I laid out the exact steps to take to kickstart your investing journey... the RIGHT way!

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"How to calculate the intrinsic value of a stock?" is without a doubt the question that people ask me the most often. In this short article I will show you an easy intrinsic value formula that allows you to estimate the underlying value of a stock in the simplest way possible.

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This is a guest post by my friend John, who is also the organizer of an investment club I'm part of. He is very knowledgeable and I love his writing style, so I'm sure you'll enjoy this article!

Hi, my name is John and I became interested in value investing after reading “The Superinvestors of Graham and Doddsville” in 2012. Nick asked to write a piece about “penny stocks” since he received several questions from readers on this topic.

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Warren Buffett always hammers home the importance of never losing any money. In this insightful guest post, my friend Andrew Sather, who you might know from the popular Money Tree Investing Podcast or his financial blog eInvestingForBeginners, shares how to identify and avoid so called "value traps". Enjoy!

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