The Fool-Proof Investment: How the Average Joe Can Outperform His Neighbors and the Wall Street Pros Alex Ding

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The Fool-Proof Investment: How the Average Joe Can Outperform His Neighbors and the Wall Street Pros  by  Alex Ding

The Fool-Proof Investment: How the Average Joe Can Outperform His Neighbors and the Wall Street Pros by Alex Ding
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If you dont have a Kindle, you can read Kindle books online without installing any programs at: https://read.amazon.com/This Investment Will Outperform Almost All of Wall Streets Mutual Funds and Hedge FundsAnd the best part is ...It is soMoreIf you dont have a Kindle, you can read Kindle books online without installing any programs at: https://read.amazon.com/This Investment Will Outperform Almost All of Wall Streets Mutual Funds and Hedge FundsAnd the best part is ...It is so simple, anyone can do it.Dear investor,Half a year ago, I published The Simple Guide to Becoming Rich.

One of the core lessons of becoming rich is to make more money without putting in more time, such as by investing in profitable assets.However, most dont know where to start. Naturally, a group of impressive-looking people comes along and offers to help ... for a price: Wall Street. They have fancy degrees, talk in technical jargon, and show you awesome graphs. You think that they hold the key your prosperous future.But what happens when the helpers are actually helping themselves?They promise sky-high returns, but your investment falls flat.

You actually lose money after their fees are taken into account.And worse yet, they charge so much money for such a subpar performance. They wear Rolexes and drive fancy cars, but yours are nowhere to be found.It is time to kick those good-for-nothing quacks to the curb and take charge of your money. And this book will show you how.What you are about to read will reveal the best investment money can buy.If you are poor, you can escape from poverty.If you are middle-class, you can retire comfortably ...

without having to worry about your nest egg running out.If you are rich, you can ensure and even expand your wealth.In chapter 1, you will learn the difference between investing, speculating, and working. The ultra-rich people get their wealth through investing, not by speculating or working. If you want to follow in their footsteps, it is essential that you know the difference. You will also learn the two fundamental rules for growing your wealth.

If you follow them more often than not, you will get rich.In chapter 2, you will learn how stocks are superior to all other investments, backed by 200 years’ worth of data. You will learn why stocks offer the best rate of return and why their value will keep on growing for years, decades, and centuries to come.In chapter 3, you will learn how to measure the performance of your investment to an objective standard: the benchmark.

If you cannot at least match the benchmark, you are leaving money on the table. You will see why you should not trust others to manage your money, no matter how smart or how professional they may seem. And finally, you will find out the best way to invest in stocks – no hassle, no work, and all the rewards.In chapter 4, you will learn how to choose the best investment to maximize your returns and to minimize your expenses. The more you grow your money and the less you spend, the more you will have. Do not miss this chapter because it is the core of the book.

And don’t worry. Once you understand the principles, you will see how easy and effortless it is to become rich. It is so simple, even a monkey can do it.In chapter 5, you will learn how I became a believer in this investment method. I graduated from university with a degree in finance. I have over 9 years’ worth of experience in investing. You will see how I performed previously, and how I could have performed even better with so much less work and time.In chapter 6, you will learn how to get started today with as little as $500.



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