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The Million Dollar Decision: Get Out of the Rigged Game of Investing and Add a Million to Your Net Worth Paperback – March 14, 2017
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"Wow! You probably knew that the financial industry is not your friend. But you probably never imagined just how much money you are losing when investing because of it. In this landmark book, Robert Rolih gives you a surprisingly simple solution that will help you win the money game of life. If you are investing, or if you are thinking about investing, read this book now. It will change your life and save you a lot of money."
-Brian Tracy, international bestselling author of Maximum Achievement
"Today, there are thousands of investing books on the market. Some of them are good, some are bad. Some of them are written for experts, while some of them are for a general audience. But none of them will give you a simpler and more effective solution on how to invest. Imagine if you didn't know how to drive a car yesterday, and today you're able to compete with the pros in the Daytona 500. That's the result that this book allows you to achieve!"
-Robert G. Allen, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The One Minute Millionaire
"Stop giving away your hard-earned money to the financial industry! The Million Dollar Decision is a must read for busy professionals that want to get the best possible investing returns with minimum effort. You're going to love it, it's simply amazing!"
-Jesse Eker, Managing Director, Harv Eker International
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I was getting scared because I realized that I'm making the mistakes Robert talks about in the book with my own money.
In The Million Dollar Decision I got many answers to the question "How I'm losing my hard earned money". The book gave me a new perspective on my finances.
I think that it should be read by everyone at least once.
It's a real shame that the author didn't write this book 5 or 10 years ago. If he did, my financial situation now would be quite different.
This book is a MUST READ as Robert his advice is straight to the point and very clear, even if you are just getting started with investing.
Robert thank you for sharing your wisdom in this 'must-read' book!
Leonida MrgoleThe Million Dollar Decision: Get Out of the Rigged Game of Investing and Add a Million to Your Net Worth
I do recommend this book, as it is a lesson 101 in financial growth of your assets.
Thank you Robert, for writing it so well.
It was kind of „wake-up“ call. It kicked us finally to take the action and we revised our previous investments.
I would be glad to read this book and to have some of the information decade ago...
The way the book is written allows you to read it easily and to pick, what suits to your current life stage.
Don't expect that book will take your hand and bring you to the world where money are growing by itself.
Expect, that for sure you will get – valuable „food for thought“, useful tips, which steps are worth to take before you start investing.
Firstly I read book by myself and then I gave it to my niece and friends as a present. I believe that some of the tips can help them to build financial safety and invest cleverly.
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Basically the whole book consists of 2 points that are well known:
-most advisors don't have your best interest in mind
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