There is no way to identify the very best strategies for all times, all markets, and all types of taxable and tax-deferred investment accounts. This book explores alternatives to just "buying and holding", using only asset allocation as your defense against bad markets. Don't forget it took the US economy nearly 25 years to recover from the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929. As of December 31, 2015, the Japanese Nikkei average is still down to less than half of its peak 26 years prior.
This book is intended for investors who need help but do not know what to do, how to invest, or whom to trust. In this book, you will learn what investment strategies work and which ones fall short.
"Good information investors can apply right away"
Investors today are looking for ways to improve returns while limiting the perils of a 2008-style market crash. This article discusses ways to attain these twin goals, sufficient returns with small downside losses. As co-authors of Investment Strategies that Work, we highlight different investment strategies that have limited risk while providing adequate returns, and how to best implement the strategy.
The main goal of this book is to teach you one of the most important secrets in life: how to let money make money for you. Although money is inanimate, it can breed like a living person. It can reproduce itself one time, 10 times, 100 times, 1000 times, a million times, and more.
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