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What if there were a way to cut through all the financial mumbo-jumbo? Wouldn’t it be great if someone could really explain to us--in plain and simple English--the basics we must know about investing in order to insure our financial freedom?
At last, here’s good news.
Jargon-free and written for all investors--experienced, beginner, and everyone in between--The Investment Answer distills the process into just five decisions--five straightforward choices that can lead to safe and sound ways to manage your money.
When Wall Street veteran Gordon Murray told his good friend and financial advisor, Dan Goldie, that he had only six months to live, Dan responded, “Do you want to write that book you’ve always wanted to do?” The result is this eminently valuable primer which can be read and understood in one sitting, and has advice that benefits you, not Wall Street and the rest of the traditional financial services industry.
The Investment Answer asks readers to make five basic but key decisions to stack the investment odds in their favor. The advice is simple, easy-to-follow, and effective, and can lead to a more profitable portfolio for every investor. Specifically:
In a world of fast-talking traders who believe that they can game the system and a market characterized by instability, this extraordinary and timely book offers guidance every investor should have.
An excellent manual for the newbie investor, Investments: The Answer discusses five basic but key decisions necessary for fruitful investments. With simple advice that is both easy to follow and efficient, this book shows you how to develop a more profitable portfolio for any investor. Should I invest on my own or seek professional help? How should I assign my investments between stocks, bonds, and cash? What specific types of stock, within all the main categories, should I be sure to include in my portfolio? Should I adopt an administrative method to invest, or follow a passive option? When is a good time to sell and buy stocks? In a world of operators who do not stop talking and believe that they can successfully cheat the system within a market characterized by its instability, this extraordinary book offers all the orientation any new investor needs.