Stockholm, Sverige (PressExposure) March 16, 2012 -- Investment expert Hans Noren says there is no reason to be worried about investments. Earnings can increase in any market, even prolonged bear markets that have persisted in recent years.
"Most people have been worried sick about their retirement funds and other investments. But that doesn't need to be. The world's top investors have devised clever ways of profiting in good times and bad," said Hans Noren, author of the book "How to Invest Like The World's Greatest Investors" just released for Amazon Kindle.
Noren delves into why so many intelligent people get mediocre results from the markets. He then shows the reader how to find productive stocks that can bring solid returns.
"I focus particularly on Warren Buffett, one of the world's richest men, who has been highly successful even through a bad world economy. Buffet intentionally forgets about the economy and instead focuses on the companies he is investing in," Noren said.
"How to Invest Like The World's Greatest Investors" guides the reader though benefiting from market psychology, international investments, technology companies, and building a personal investing style.
"There is no one-size-fits-all for investing. You first need to understand how the world's most successful investors achieve their results, then put those principles to work in a way that matches your style, values, and expectations," Noren said.
Hans Noren has been a successful investor for decades with a passionate interest in how the average person can build substantial wealth throughout a lifetime. The result is this full-length book now available on Amazon Kindle.
"How to Invest Like The World's Greatest Investors" also contains chapters on investing in small companies, mutual funds, and includes a list of the best books on investing.
Noren stresses that most professional investors do not beat the Dow Index over time and that more than half of analysts' advice is worthless. This leads to the need for a better way of understanding and investing in markets.
Amazon Kindle is a proprietary ebook reader with millions of users worldwide. Recently Kindle book sales surpassed paperback book sales in the United States.
"We are excited to have this book now available to the massive Kindle audience. There has never been a better time to learn how to profit from what may seem like unstable markets," Noren said.