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Everyone Can Make Money On The Sharemarket


Penguin Books (N.Z.) Limited
NEWS RELEASE


For immediate release
Monday 18th June 2001

Everyone Can Make Money On The Sharemarket

Whether you’re a first-time trader or a long-term investor, Martin Hawes believes everyone can make money from the sharemarket and his latest publication, Shares – 7 Ways To Beat The Market shows you how.

“This book is for those who want to understand how things work, to outperform and profit beyond their average without giving up their day jobs to stare at computer screens,” explains Hawes, who is known to many New Zealanders as the face of AMP’s Financial Secrets, which screen week nights on TV One.

“That means working out what sort of person you are, to think about your age and the stage of your life and to decide what you enjoy doing. The key is to establish what your own personal risk profile is, and from there set a strategy so that the share market will give you what you need.”

“Martin Hawes’ section on ‘beating the market’ really captures your interest, as it confirms that successful share investment is very possible, so long as you plan carefully and work out your own capabilities and risk level,” says Tony Harkins, Managing Director Penguin Books NZ.

The book covers three key areas: The Market, How to Beat the Market and The Language of the Market. Tax and its impact on any investment is also explained, taking into account problems for high-income earners and offering solutions.

Hawes previous publications include the definitive best-seller, Family Trusts, plus 5 Ways to Save More Money on Your Mortgage, 8 Secrets of Investment Success, Successful Super and Money and Divorce.

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