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Anyway, if you read Missed Fortune, you don't need this book.
This book assumes you can easily find conservative investments with 8% yield, that real estate always grows in value and that market bubbles/crashes don't exist.
Personally I don't think you should pay your student loans or LOW interest mortgages off early either, but never buy a universal life insurance policy!!!
This is a great book for anyone, especially the young professional just starting out.. Good for seasoned or new investor..Published 14 months ago by Texas Belle
Doug Andrews is a great teacher. We appreciate that he has pushed through many of the same circumstances we have gone through. Read morePublished 18 months ago by ROBERT S SCROGGINS JR
I find if funny that other reviews are by people who think, maybe, possibly, they know what the book/concepts are about. Read morePublished 18 months ago by live the dream
The book was shipped in good time. I look forward to reading it as soon as the semester is over, and I have free time.Published 20 months ago by Diana J. Green
I have already referred other parents to this book. It helps "baby boomers" understand the different methods of building wealth especially ion a shrinking economy.Published 21 months ago by Vince
This book assumes entirely that real estate prices will go up. When did I stop reading? When the author told about his son taking $100,000 equity out of his home after 2 years... Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by Joe
I'm a recent finance major graduate and fully understand the idea arbitrage. Borrow money at lower rates and invest it at higher rates. Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Scuba Steve
Leverage works great...until it doesn't! And that's one of the many problems with this book. It's all about being highly leveraged all of the time. Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by Ronald A. Cameron
I bought this book recently. Thankfully it was at a now bankrupt bookstore and so I got it at a discount. This book is terrible. Read morePublished on April 11, 2011 by Disappointed