In my opinion this is an excellent read well worth investing in.
This second edition of the Naked Trader is aimed I believe not only at the novice share dealer but also the relatively new one and, maybe, the more experienced dealer who has perhaps lost their way a little doesn't understand why and would like to polish up on their skills.
It is very refreshing to read a book on this subject that has been written in such an entertaining, easy-to-understand and logical style. So long as you can read and understand English you will understand everything set down in this book!
Robbie explains the pitfalls of trading and, compellingly, and almost accidentally, gives an invaluable insight into the psychologhy of the share trader. He does this by providing real examples of mistakes he made and how he now avoids them. The beauty of the book is that you can relate to the mistakes without having had previous experience of share dealing. Of course, having read the book, you don't need to make similar mistakes yourself.
Spreadbetting is a topic that is, I feel, a potentially ominous subject for anyone new to share dealing to broach but this book explains it simply and brilliantly. There is also an excellent chapter on 10 strategies to employ to find the best shares that make money for you steadily.
If, like me, you thought you may be a bit thick to ever get your head round sharedealing, I promise you that having read this book your confidence will soar and you will feel more than able to proceed.
Finally, the book appears to take it for granted that you have access to the internet and can find your way round a web site without to much drama. If you don't have such access, I wouldn't bother buying it for yourself but instead buy it for someone who does.