The book goes back and forth between the author’s personal account, a look at the jaw dropping corruption which happened on a local level, as well as national, and even worldwide, implications
This is a well rounded book, certainly not the end all financial bible, but certainly a very helpful guide and full of good ideas and approaches
I’m not trying to be a financial professional by any means, but I’m just hoping to educate myself on the subject enough to either make informed decisions, or enough to ask the right questions when opportunities present themselves.
The book gives a good overview of capitalism from the point of view of the crisis that happens every once in a while, before and after reforms.
Mr. Spangler talks about the structure of the funds, the operations of both private equity and hedge funds, as well as their role in the 2008 financial crisis
The advice is mostly conservative and sensible.Avoid excess, budget, don’t take on too much, or any, debt and, of course, live within your means.
There are some good tips in this book, but it’s very redundant which is either to help the reader remember the tips or being used as filler to make the book thicker
A non-fiction book in which the authors debunk the idea of what an “American Millionaire” is. The authors did studies for corporations about targeting millionaires and they came up with some fascinating finds.
This book is certainly an eye opener when it comes to the financial markets, and how one can profit by investing yourself, not being a professional.