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What Investors Want & How To Get It:

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Most adults know that they need to invest in order to meet their long time financial goals. But most people enter the investment world with little real life experience, even less investment-applicable education, and a myriad of unrealistic expectations.

You can change all that in a few intense hours in your favorite chair. No product sales, and no gimmicks, gadgets, or software. When you're finished with the book, you will know if you have both the time and the courage to implement the strategies we've explained,

Available for implementation by anyone, and it will fine tune your list of reasonable investment objectives. You will have taken the first steps in learning how to achieve your long-term investment goals.

Realistic Expectations - This Is What You Want:

  • I want to lose less market value than my markets do, during cyclical corrections.
  • I want to be prepared for corrections, and with enough cashflow to take advantage of lower prices. 
  • I want my "base income" to be dependable and consistent --- even in financial crises.
  • I want to be less concerned about Market Value and more concerned about developing sustainable income.
  • I want productive "Working Capital" in my portfolio to grow constantly throughout the market cycle.
  • I want my annual "base income" to grow every year, regardless of market conditions.
  • I want never again to experience disappearing profits in excess of a reasonable target %.

Steps To A Secure Investment Future - This Is How You Get It:

  • Learn how to use "cost based" asset allocation techniques.
  • Learn how to apply fundamental risk minimization techniques.
  • Learn to understand the investment environment and how to use it to your advantage.
  • Learn how to select income investments and how to guage their performance.
  • Learn how to select "safer" stocks, diversify properly, and establish reasonable profit targets.
  • Learn how to protect yourself from the demons of Wall Street 

When the training is completed you'll know how you want your investment portfolio managed.

You can do it yourself or speak to the only investment professionals on the planet authorized to do it for you by the creator of the program.


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