Investing Without Fear

investing without fear

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Martin Weiss has built a national reputation as a fiercely independent critic of Wall Street practices and as the one advisor showing hundreds of thousands of investors how to make solid profits even while most others are losing their shirts. His previous bestseller, The Ultimate Safe Money Guide, gave readers the know-how to invest wisely and cautiously. His story then crosses into the future, painting a vivid and alarming picture of the potential damage these misdeeds and mistakes could continue to cause for your stock, bond, and real estate investments in the months ahead. Crash Profits outlines TEN practical strategies that will help you secure a bright financial future regardless of your age or financial situation. Using real examples fresh from today’s latest events, this invaluable guide provides a practical plan to protect you from losses and get you started immediately on a fast track to recovery and profits. Martin Weiss has built a national reputation as a fiercely independent critic of Wall Street practices and as the one advisor showing hundreds of thousands of investors how to make solid profits even while most others are losing their shirts. His previous bestseller, The Ultimate Safe Money Guide, gave readers the know-how to invest wisely and cautiously. Comments on high yield bond and guidance about which stock in your portfolio to sell demonstrated that the author is devoid to any true investment knowledge. All pages and cover are intact (including the dust cover, if applicable), but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Spine may also show signs of wear. Pages may include some notes and highlighting. These are not academic theories, this is what he uses professionally to manage others money. A sharp trend up or down can quickly bring the buyer into the winners circle over the seller. That is where your risk lies, in the stock going down not in the option going up. When you sell a covered option you collect the premium.