Rule No 1: The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only

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Informationen zum Autor Following several years with the Special Forces during the Vietnam war, Phil Town returned to the United States and supported himself working seven months a year as a river guide in the Grand Canyon. His annual income was in the low four figures. After some split-second heroics on his part saved a boatload of Outward Bound trustees from a whitewater disaster, a grateful financial expert who had been onboard took Town under his wing and taught him the first principles of Rule #1 investing. Town managed to put together a $1000 stake and within five years had turned it into $1 million. Today Town is worth many multiples of that and appears regularly on the same dais as people like Rudy Giuliani, Tommy Franks and Colin Powell, instructing up to 30,000 people at a time in the art of successful investing. Zusammenfassung Who's going to provide for your future? There's a crisis looming in pensions. Investing in property is time-consuming and risky. Savings accounts yield very little return. If you're not careful, you could be looking at a very uncomfortable retirement. But surely the alternative - investing in the stock market - is risky, complicated and best left to the professionals? Phil Town doesn't think so. He made a fortune, and in Rule #1 he'll show you how he did it. Rule #1 : - Sets out the five key numbers that really count when you're buying stocks and shares - Explains how to use new Internet tools to simplify research - Shows how to exploit the advantages of being an individual investor - Demonstrates how to pay fifty pence for every pound's worth of business This simple and straightforward method will guide you to 15% or better annual returns - in only 15 minutes a week. It's money in the bank!

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The bestselling step-by-step investment guide that's taken the US by storm!

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Following several years with the Special Forces during the Vietnam war, Phil Town returned to the United States and supported himself working seven months a year as a river guide in the Grand Canyon. His annual income was in the low four figures. After some split-second heroics on his part saved a boatload of Outward Bound trustees from a whitewater disaster, a grateful financial expert who had been onboard took Town under his wing and taught him the first principles of Rule #1 investing. Town managed to put together a $1000 stake and within five years had turned it into $1 million. Today Town is worth many multiples of that and appears regularly on the same dais as people like Rudy Giuliani, Tommy Franks and Colin Powell, instructing up to 30,000 people at a time in the art of successful investing.

Zusammenfassung

Who's going to provide for your future? There's a crisis looming in pensions. Investing in property is time-consuming and risky. Savings accounts yield very little return. If you're not careful, you could be looking at a very uncomfortable retirement. But surely the alternative - investing in the stock market - is risky, complicated and best left to the professionals?

Phil Town doesn't think so. He made a fortune, and in Rule #1 he'll show you how he did it.

Rule #1:
- Sets out the five key numbers that really count when you're buying stocks and shares
- Explains how to use new Internet tools to simplify research
- Shows how to exploit the advantages of being an individual investor
- Demonstrates how to pay fifty pence for every pound's worth of business

This simple and straightforward method will guide you to 15% or better annual returns - in only 15 minutes a week. It's money in the bank!

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Rule No 1: The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only
Untertitel
15 Minutes a Week
Autor
EAN
9781905211319
ISBN
1905211317
Format
Taschenbuch
Hersteller
Random House UK
Herausgeber
Random House UK
Genre
Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft
Veröffentlichung
04.01.2007
Anzahl Seiten
320
Gewicht
224g
Größe
H198mm x B129mm x T20mm
Jahr
2007
Untertitel
Englisch
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