A Guide to Growing Your Wealth
Wouldn't life be fantastic if you had that mythical money tree growing in your backyard?
Short of planting a tree that actually sprouts dollar bills, learning how to boost your income and investing wisely is the best thing you can do for your finances. And the recently released Plant Your Money Tree, by Michele (Mish) Schneider, will show you how to do exactly that.
In clear and easy-to-understand language, Mish takes readers on a journey through the six significant sectors of the U.S. economy as seen through six market phases: bullish, caution, distribution, bearish, recuperation and accumulation. She demonstrates how to identify these phases and understand their interconnectivity, and illustrates to readers why this all matters.
Mish uses a light, chatty tone throughout the book, proving that anyone can grasp the basics of the economy and how to grow wealth, regardless of their financial and educational background. She strongly believes that knowledge is power. In her book, Mish endeavors to empower readers with the knowledge to make confident, educated decisions about personal finance.
In Plant Your Money Tree, you'll learn how to make informed decisions about your money, including:
- What to do with your money
- How to help your money grow
- When and how to make financial life decisions, such as a career change, business expansion, buying a house and increasing your monthly savings inputs
- How to invest in the future and capitalize on social trends
- How to manage and maximize your existing portfolio and 401K
Mish also offers readers an investing methodology that is evergreen and easily adaptable to every market scenario. There is no such thing as a losing market for Mish; her strategy shows investors how to reap handsome profits in any market condition. Her book is an invaluable resource for beginner investors and seasoned experts alike.
In Plant Your Money Tree, Mish draws on her years of experience as director of trading, research and education at MarketGauge.com, a financial publishing company founded by her husband Keith, and his partner, Geoff Bysshe. She weaves real-life examples, charts, and history throughout the book to prove her points and create the masterpiece that can guide you to success.
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