Money Does Grow on Trees by William C. Small Ph.D.

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Why do 1% of American families control over 80% of the wealth? What are they doing that the other 99% have not done? What does the 1% know that the 99% doesn’t? The 1% obviously did not forcibly steal 80% of the wealth from the 99% so how did they manage to get it? What can the 99% learn from the 1% about how to obtain wealth? Money Does Grow on Trees reveals secrets the 1% use to amass and maintain their fortune. It shares knowledge the 99% can use to move from living paycheck to paycheck to enjoying real wealth. Money Does Grow on Trees unveils the mystery of what money actually is and how it grows. We have been suckered into believing that money is one thing that it is not and obtained a certain way that is not. The secret to wealth is not getting money but in knowing how to keep it. Once you discover what money really is and how it grows you will then understand how to get it and keep it. The 1% have much more money than the 99% because money is like a river that always flows toward those who know how to get it and properly use it. Those who know how to properly use money will never lose it. This book is only for those who are serious about getting the knowledge they need to create wealth and secure their financial future. Those who want to be wealthy must make a real investment in the knowledge needed to obtain wealth. The average college graduate invested $100-200,000 to obtain a "degree" of knowledge that never makes them wealthy. The investment they should have made is in obtaining knowledge about money. Money Does Grow on Trees provides that knowledge. If you want to be middle-class or poor the rest of your life do not buy this book but if you want to be wealthy it is impossible to achieve that goal without it

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Published November 30, 2011 by FirstWorld Publishing. 148 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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