- Paperback: 226 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (January 26, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1505466768
- ISBN-13: 978-1505466768
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,887,086 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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How To Make A Fortune During Future Stock Market Crashes With Strategic Stock Accumulation: Learning A New Investment Strategy To Buy Stocks and Bonds ... Formula As the Stock and Bond Markets Decline Paperback – January 26, 2015
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About the Author
Stephen R. Perry has been successfully investing in stocks and bonds for over forty years. He retired from his Chiropractic practice in 2013, after years of developing his natural health care practice and gaining unique experience making investment decisions in the stock market. Stephen has lived and worked in the Chicago area and Northwest Illinois for most of his life. He has three grown children, also living and working in the Chicago area. Stephen spends most of his time these days, looking forward to the next stock market crash.
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After browsing through this book I thought that this one might be different, so I purchased it and read it through once. Now I am working my way through it a second time, going slower this time so that I can better take in the information that the author is providing. It's not that the book is overly complicated or hard to understand, but there is so much good information contained on the pages that I want to make sure that I get everything I can out of it. I have already used some of the things taught in the books to adjust my own strategy for the better.
If you're looking to dabble in the market, or even if you're wanting to take things more serious, I would definitely suggest giving this book a read or two. It can only help.
It explains why we may have a market crash in 2017 and how to prepare for it. It also includes simple techniques (no subscription and no tool to buy) to detect market plunges that have worked in the last two major market plunges. Our simple chart tells us to exit and reenter only two times from 2000 to 2010 and only one false signal that tells us to exit but return shortly. Recently it told us to return in 09/2009 and stay in the market most of the time.
Unfortunately, this author goes off onto some strange, and erroneous tangents, about the Roman Empire, about Thatcherism, and about 'wealth creators', neglecting to acknowledge either his own place of privilege (in spite of hard work, he was born on second base and thinks he hit a double) and all the social benefits he derives from our liberal/capitalist government. It is a shame that the hocus pocus of trickle down economics still has any influence at all-- the data do not support this, and indeed, there has never been any long-term benefits to society, to the middle class, to the education of our children, to any of the markers which citizens hold dear, by cutting taxes to the very wealthy. Yet this author strays from his practical advice into long-disqualified voodoo economics.
It does make one suspicious of his investment advice-- but in the end, that advice is logical (and could have been written on a single page): diversify your investments, reduce volatility, do not succumb to fads or fears, and have very flexible ways of moving money to safer investments (bonds sometimes, cash sometimes) in a thoughtful way. My advice (and like the author I have been very successful with a similar investment strategy), find a trustworthy highly-recommended independent (not a banker, broker, or insurance agent) financial advisor.