Finally, you too can discover the old-fashioned - yet now revolutionary (and updated for the 21st century) - "gold egg" income investing secrets for lazy investors.
Despite following the conventional financial wisdom, many senior citizens are now asking what happened to that worry-free fun and relaxation they promised themselves after a long career of hard work.
Many people in their fifties and early sixties are wondering when - or even if - they'll be able to retire.
What's the alternative?
Investing for income.
Learn how to make money whether the stock market goes up, down or sideways.
Discover how to avoid the financial pitfalls and emotional stress of depending upon the stock market to deliver market price appreciation to you -- capital gains. They come -- sometimes -- but they also disappear.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now about at the high it first broke ten years ago. The buy and hold strategy requires a lot of patience these days.
Reward yourself right away with regular income from stock dividends and bond interest. It shows you the best, most dependable types of income-producing investments - and how to minimize risk.
So invest now in the book that can guide your retirement portfolio to generating large amounts of income in the long term.
©2009 Richard Stooker (P)2013 Richard Stooker
I'm so happy with the way this audio book helped me re construct my portfolio. I'm very satisfy with my investment returns. Thanks.
The audio version needs an accompanying PDF with the reference stuff in it. Its too hard to go back to find something you heard. You either need to keep notes as the book flows, or go back through a second time on high speed to try to locate what you're after.
The performance was good, the only point that irked me whenever I heard it was the expression of decimal places.
1.23% would be read "one point twenty three percent". Really glad the reader never had to read 1/3 as a decimal. I've never heard anyone say a decimal like that before. Expected "one point two three percent".
It was a good book and gave me a good understanding of the available financial instruments. Its a bit dated so would have liked to know how the conclusions of the suggestions were reached so that the formula could be re-applied to the instruments today to see how they are holding up.
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