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Midlife Investing Strategies

A Comprehensive Guide to Investing in Your 40s
Narrated by: Skyler Morgan
Length: 3 hrs
3.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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The best time to start investing is now....

Thanks to modern science, life in our advanced years looks very promising. Never before in mankind’s history has it been more important to have a plan that will allow our money to grow for us. Some may tell you that if you are already over 40, your chances of getting a good enough return on your investment to live off of is slim, but you have been misinformed.

This book will open your eyes to a world of new investment opportunities you may have never thought about before. We explain in simple layman’s terms how to get the most out of your money. Together, we will look at some of the most profitable investment opportunities and learn how to build your own investment strategy that will carry you forward and take care of you for years. You will learn:

  • How to make money through insurance
  • How to choose an asset class
  • How to invest in ETFs
  • How to take advantage of the cryptocurrency craze
  • How to buy stocks
  • How to work with a fixed income
  • How to find alternative investment opportunities
  • How to keep manage risk
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today! 

Take action today, and discover practical investing strategies you can start implementing immediately.

©2018 Quinton David (P)2018 Quinton David

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introduction to investing

I thought this was going to be more about strategies for wealth building, but it was a very good overview of all of your options and investment categories. its a great beginning and very great educational resource to learn about how to start and various different considerations when starting to invest.

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Great ideas, strategy

I just turned 50 this year, so I was very interested in listening to this guide. I'm blissfully uneducated when it comes to finances/investing, especially at my age, and this audiobook really had some great ideas and strategies to maximize your benefits.

I found this very useful, with some great info. Even with my little experience with any complicated finances, this was easy to understand and I think I'll definitely be taking some of the advice given!

Great audiobook, written and narrated well, all in all well worth it :)

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A jumping off point for things to look into

This is a decent book, but definitely not a comprehensive guide to where you should be investing and invested in by your 40s. It is a decent book for bringing up some things and the basics of what they entail, but you will have to do more research into any of these things. It is a great set of ideas to help you enrich your portfolio and some basic information to either bring to a financial manager or look into yourself. I think the book definitely brings you a lot of information and will give some good information or ideas to people, just don't expect it to lay out a yellow brick road for you to follow.



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a good overview but hardly a guide

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I found this to be a bit too high level to actually be useful. For the most part, this is just a high level overview of various investment vehicles. It is not going to actually teach you to utilize any of them effectively. I would recommend this for anyone looking to understand what these types of investments are, but would advise you to seek professional guidance before you delve into ANY of them.

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A fool and his money are soon parted

Even though it's only 3 hours long, you'll need to sit down, take notes and do some research. I'm no expert in the field so I'm happy to count on this invaluable resource to make my financial decisions. Whether you have some savings or live on a monthly salary, this book is jampacked with useful tips that will help you make the most of your money. Investing wisely is a skill everyone should develop at one point or another and this book is undoubtedly the best bang for your buck!

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It was ok, but I hoped for more

The chapter that discussed short term bonds was my favorite because it had the most practical takeaways of all of the chapters. The rest of the book was largely a series of overviews of various investment vehicles. Most of the discussion was high level so additional research would be required to completely understand or implement the ideas presented.

The author mentioned that there are definitely ways to time the stock market, yet did not share what any of those proven ways would entail. I do not believe timing the market consistently is possible, so I would have preferred the author to substantiate that position with evidence of some sort.

Only sparsely was there mention of being in your 40s. During the presentation of each type of investing, specific implications of being in your 40s did not come up.

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