• The Million Dollar Decision

  • Get Out of the Rigged Game of Investing and Add a Million to Your Net Worth
  • By: Robert Rolih
  • Narrated by: Alexander Masters
  • Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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By: Robert Rolih
Narrated by: Alexander Masters
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Are you investing with the help of financial advisers, money managers, or bankers?

Are you thinking about investing, but you don't know where to start and who to trust in the financial jungle out there?

Are you a busy professional who hates financial mumbo-jumbo and doesn't have time for investing?

Are you scared to invest because it seems too overwhelming and complex?

The bad news is that most financial advisers, investing gurus, and other financial "experts" are out there to legally steal your invested money. That is why a typical investor loses more than one million dollars in his/her investing career.

The good news is that you can smile now because finally there is a simple solution. Robert Rolih will share with you the details and secret subtleties that will enable you to fire your financial adviser, take control of your money and investments, and outperform the pros - while spending only a few hours per year.

By listening to The Million Dollar Decision, you'll finally discover how to make sure your invested money works for you...and not for the financial industry.

©2017 Robert Rolih (P)2017 Robert Rolih

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Great Perspectives

I am pretty novice when it comes to investing and retirement strategy - save as much as you can sort of things. With all the information out there, This helped me better understand the few things that I knew and opened me up to learn many things that I didn’t.

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The game is ridiculous but you can still win.

At 71 the game for me is played but I might just be able to teach some before life's over.

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Building Your financial Future

Wow! What a Great book, especially for individuals in High School. This book should be mandatory. It helps to set an excellent financial foundation. You just read it, I am retired and I am so glad I did!

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Not much real content

The author talked about the evils of fees for investing and the benefits of index funds. Never gives any advice on which index funds to buy for different economic conditions.

I agree high fees are bad but just blindly picking index funds doesn’t seem much better.

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