Wealth in A Decade by Brett Machtig
Brett Machtig's Proven System for Creating Wealth, Living Off Your Investments and Attaining a Financially Secure Life

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This text is about becoming wealthy in as few as ten years, especially when wealth is defined as the ability to live off the return of one's investment portfolio. The advice offered is based on the investment strategies of Machtig's clients, who did become wealthy within ten years. Strategies outlined involve: identifying realistic goals and laying out a practical and achievable plan for increasing savings, and getting out of debt and making your capital work for you. Such strategies can be implemented with or without the aid of an investment professional. Machtig seeks to show readers how to: save and spend wisely; use the three driving forces that will move the markets; exploit the ten laws of creating wealth; manage assets in such a way as to buy low and sell high in any market; and implement the laws, strategies and tactics of hundreds of successful investors.

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Published August 1, 1996 by Irwin Professional Pub. 300 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Writing with freelancer Behrends, Machtig, the senior portfolio manager in the Minneapolis office of Smith Barney, decries massively prevalent credit-card debt and argues that investors should be able to live on investment income alone within 10 years through systematic saving and prudent investing.

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