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Most grads discover pretty quickly that making a lot of money is not as easy as depicted in movies or on infomercials. Getting wealthy is a serious business that requires ambition, intelligent choices, and follow-through. The good news is that it doesn't matter whether you majored in English or economics, you can use these "money tested" techniques to make wealth-building not only probable but automatic. And when your cash flow balloons, you'll have more time, energy, and peace of mind to enjoy the things that really matter to you—whether it's traveling to Italy, playing the guitar, or just hanging out with friends and family.
In Automatic Wealth for Grads, self-made multimillionaire Michael Masterson becomes your personal mentor, drawing upon his own experiences and those of experts in the fields of investing, real estate, and business to offer you a complete program for achieving financial independence in record time. Organized around proven wealth-creating principles, he will show you how to quickly master the powerful moneymaking skills that will transform you into a dynamic, automatic wealth-builder, no matter what career path you choose.
The best part is that you don't need a fortune—or anything in the bank—to get started right now, whether it's finding a high-paying job, getting a huge raise, or even investing in real estate.
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I just wish I had this book when I was getting out of college.
This book gives anyone who reads it all the tools and knowledge they need to become financial independent - and enjoy the freedom and choices that come with that.
The advice is very conservative and solid... As someone "just starting out" this seems like great information to have.
Fantastic book, straight to the point. Definitely the book everyone needs as soon as you get out of college.Published 9 days ago by D. L. Ambriz
Not necessarily applies to everyone (ie. what about those in science fields?), but I like the general message of this book.Published 5 months ago by Anh V. Duong
Book arrived early & in excellent condition! Thanks! I haven't had a chance to actually start reading it because of time constraints at the time at arrival. Read morePublished 12 months ago by xstitchin62
Although it is an older book, it gave good advice for young and old.. The shipping was more than the cost of the book. Recommend you read it and give it to others - young & old.Published 13 months ago by Wanza Bates
My son the machine operator tells me that it is easy to read and to understand. Every 20 year old of any shape, mind, or size can gain valuable knowledge to take control of their... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sam Stoddart
I highly enjoyed reading the audio version of this book.
Upon completing the book, I vaguely got the impression that it was like the last advice a father might give a son (the... Read more
This is a great little book on how to be a more productive employee, invest in stocks, real estate, and small businesses, and how to get your dream job. Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by RichOnAnyIncome
Unless you're planning to cast away all your worldly possessions and go live in the mountains, you're probably at least mildly interested in your finances, and since you're already... Read morePublished on April 15, 2010 by ExtraSpecialK
Automatic Wealth for Grads was recommended to me by a very thoughtful college student, who described the book as inspirational and enlightening, but more difficult to follow than... Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Trent Hamm