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Save money. Retire early. The lazy way.

So you've heard of lazy investing? But you're not quite sure what it's all about? You want to invest your money wisely, while avoiding crazy high fees and shady brokers? You know you need to save for retirement, but you don't know how? If this sounds like you, then The Lazy Investors' Guide is exactly what you need!

Investing doesn't have to be as difficult as it's usually made out to be. There's got to be an easier way to do it right, with minimal effort, and end up ahead in the race. Investing has got to be less about paying fees to others (Brokers and Advisors), and more about paying YOURSELF. There is. It's called Lazy Investing. So dive in and discover:

  • We'll reveal some popular Myths about the stock market, and expose them as being just that - "myths" that prevent YOU from making money in stocks
  • We'll introduce you to what Lazy Investing is all about and why it makes so much sense
  • You'll get to see, up close, some great examples of Lazy Investing building blocks and what they can do of your portfolio
  • We'll walk you through the decision making process of whether Lazy Investing is really right for you
  • And last, but certainly not least, you'll get an inside look at the Ultimate Lazy Investors Portfolio - several versions of them actually!

Not only that, but we've put together a "Lazy Investors Toolbox" for you at the end of the book. You'll find some excellent checklists and questionnaires that you can use to define, refine and improve your personal Lazy investment style and Lazy Portfolio.

Save money. Retire early. The lazy way.

©2014 Our Pack Press (P)2014 Our Pack Press

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Great information that you can put to use

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommended this book to my friends who want to take steps to make sure their investments are working for them. This book offers concrete information on how and where to invest in an uncomplicated way.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Lazy Investors' Guide?

Specific tips on exactly which investment instruments were worth considering.

Have you listened to any of Daniel David Shapiro’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes. He makes a "how-to" book easy and fun to listen to.

What did you learn from The Lazy Investors' Guide that you would use in your daily life?

Which investment instruments to consider investing in, how to diversify, and how to manage laddered CD accounts.

Any additional comments?

Unlike many investment books, this one kept my attention. It made the complicated subject of investing easy to understand.

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Easy read and easy to understand.

This was an easy to read and understand book. it is definitely one to add to your financial library.

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Great listen!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Lazy Investors' Guide to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print version, but the voice is so good. I could listen to that all day. And so much faster than reading.

What did you like best about this story?

Just great, easy-to-follow advice for a novice like me.

What about Daniel David Shapiro’s performance did you like?

He's got a rich, beautiful voice and turns relatively dry topics (like finance) into something I can easily digest.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not an extreme reaction, just pleased.