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Wall Street Journal Complete Personal Finance Guidebook

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2006

    Comment bien gérer son patrimoine, even your are European

    Le célèbre quotidien New-yorkais vient de publier un guide pratique destiné au particulier sur la meilleure manière de gérer son patrimoine dans un monde changeant, tant sur le plan des habitudes de consommation, que des lieux de production, mais surtout des techniques de gestion. Jeff Opdyke, journaliste au Wall Street Journal éclaire le lecteur par l¿effort pédagogique de présentation des organisations économiques qui fondent les révolutions d¿utilisation des structures (banques, recours à des contrats multi- supports d¿assurance, méfiance auprès des organismes de « contrôle »). L¿intérêt majeur de ce guide est de ne pas se replier sur sa situation mais de s¿ouvrir au monde, car rien n¿est plus simple que la gestion hors frontières de ses avoirs. L¿euro a permis aux européens de commencer ce pas, même si de fortes résistances d¿intérêts veulent en limiter l¿exercice pour maintenir des situations de monopoles financiers ou de conseils qui craignent de voir échapper une partie de leur clientèle hors site. Opdyke démontre surtout que c¿est surtout lorsqu¿on n¿a que de maigres avoirs que la gestion du patrimoine est la plus importante, contrairement à ce qui est enseigné en France. A ne pas manquer. Frédéric M. Bontemps

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