Suze Orman - The Laws of Money, The Lessons of Life VHS
From the Back Cover
Best-selling author and financial expert Suze Orman returns with her unique approach to finances in "Suze Orman: The Laws of Money, The Lessons of Life." This program conveys Orman's belief that the universal truths and lessons contained in within each of the five laws will guide viewers and show them how to keep what they have and create what they deserve. Taped before an audience at the historic Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, "Suze Orman: The Laws of Money, The Laws of Life" is based on Orman's book of the same name. END
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Susan carefully outlines five key principles of keeping more of your hard earned cash. She emphathizes with her audience stating how life is more complicated than it was in previous generations. She relates how the CEO's of Enron and Worldcom have put fear into our lives. Also she cautions against putting too much trust in all the financial gurus on television and radio.
Most of her talk is based on common sense. She advises her audience not to purchase what they cannot afford. She implores her audience to pay off credit card bills in full as paying the minimum can only lead to a false sense of security. based on an audience member's question regarding an IRA Rollover, Susan advises that any amount of money that you own is important. She further stresses the importance of NOT borrowing against a 401K.
Furthermore, her apporach to evaluating your own investment portfolio is very sensible. Based on a simple one to five scale, she advises how much you need to sell of your current investment. She encourages avoiding an all or nothing approach. This can be refreshing to a disenchanted investor who just might be waiting for the market to return to the highs of the late 1990's.
There is some wonderful insight in this video and that will appeal to most audiences especially beginners and those who are down on their luck. The common sense alone will wake you up from your doledrums.