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Overview

Secrets To Safely Growing Richer In Troubled Times–From New York Times Business Bestselling Author Martin D. Weiss, PhD

In Crash Profits, Dr. Weiss weaves a compelling story of Wall Street’s deceit, crimes, and blunders that gave birth to today’s treacherous investing environment. His story then crosses into the future, painting a vivid and alarming picture of the potential damage these misdeeds and mistakes could continue to cause for your stock, bond, and real estate investments in the months ahead. Best of all, Dr. Weiss gives you easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to make PROFITS–both while the market is falling and when it recovers.

With against-the-grain attitude, seasoned market wisdom, and a fast-reading narrative style, Crash Profits outlines TEN practical strategies that will help you secure a bright financial future regardless of your age or financial situation. Using real examples fresh from today’s latest events, this invaluable guide provides a practical plan to protect you from losses and get you started immediately on a fast track to recovery and profits. With Crash Profits you will . . .

  • Never get crushed by falling stock prices again
  • Protect the value of your home and real estate
  • Win while everyone else is losing
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In Crash Profits, investment expert Martin Weiss reviews problems in today's investing environment and describes the potential damage past mistakes could cause for future stock, bond and real estate investments. He also outlines practical strategies and a useful plan that investors can use to make profitable investments and protect themselves from losses. His advice offers ways investors can avoid being crushed when stock prices fall, protect their home and real estate values, and invest wisely and cautiously in these turbulent times. Copyright © 2003 Soundview Executive Book Summaries
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471429982
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/27/2002
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 6.01 (w) x 5.98 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

MARTIN D. WEISS, PhD, is Chairman of Weiss Ratings, Inc., in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, providing independent ratings on stocks, mutual funds, brokerage firms, banks, and insurance companies. It is the only major ratings agency that is 100% free of conflicts of interest, receiving no remuneration from the companies it covers. Weiss has testified before Congress several times and has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN. His previous New York Times business bestseller, The Ultimate Safe Money Guide, gave readers the know-how to invest wisely and cautiously. Now, in Crash Profits, Dr. Weiss arms you with the knowledge, tools, and techniques to navigate today's hostile markets.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

1. The Broker's Hidden Agenda.

2. The Bubble.

3. The Wall Street Hype.

4. The Bubble Bursts.

5. The $17,000 Toilet Kit.

6. Sell the Stocks Now!

7. Get Your Money to Safety.

8. The Ballooning Budget Deficit.

9. The Bond Market Bubble.

10. The Real Estate Bubble.

11. The Winning Minority.

12. The Team.

13. Hidden Risks.

14. Deflation!.

15. The Fall of the Blue Chips.

16. Move Your Account!.

17. An Appeal to Action.

18. Vertigo.

19. The Big Bailout.

20. The Great Ralley.

21. The Gap.

22. The Blame Game.

23. Rock Bottom.

24. The Darkest Day.

25. A True Recovery.

Endnotes.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2008

    Profiteering Author

    Keep in mind when you read this book that the author was ordered to pay substantial monetary penalties to the U.S. Treasury in June 2006 for misrepresenting himself as an investment adviser when he was not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It was noted in the lawsuit (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Before the SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION INVESTMENT ADVISERS ACT OF 1940 Release No. 2525 / June 22, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING File No. 3-12341) that "he used selective, outdated, and/or hypothetical examples of specific returns that subscribers might have realized on individual trades had they followed Weiss Research's recommendations, without advising that the overall return was or might not be profitable ... The overall performance of Weiss Research's premium services did not support these profit claims. In fact, during the relevant time period, many subscribers who followed each Weiss Research trading recommendation - as Weiss Research encouraged its subscribers to do - experienced overall returns that were substantially lower than Weiss Research's profit examples and most actually lost money."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2003

    Extremely bearish outlook

    By combining fiction with non-fiction, Dr. Weiss' had made his extremely bearish outlook a page turner. Advice on protecting yourself from loss during such a crisis is coupled with stratgies allowing you to prosper. By now, it is common knowledge that many in the financial community gave bad advice to public investors with the sole purpose of lining their own pockets. Weiss' description of those abuses is worth the retelling, as it offers an additional warning to all of us. Whether you agree with his outlook or not, there is much to be gained from reading this book. His suggestions on keeping your assets in the safest banks, money market funds and brokers is sound advice for everyone. Weiss provides lists of those safer institutions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2003

    Closest thing you'll find to Econ Bubble 101 or Bear Markets for Dummies!

    Good plain and simple language. If you've been blindsided by the stock market declines since 2000; if you've ever felt the least bit intimidated by economists, by Wall Street professionals, by the experts on financial TV and assumed they know more than you do; if you're torn about selling your remaining stocks; if you think that corporate and municipal bonds offer good deals; if you are considering buying a house; if you've looked around and wondered why it doesn't feel like we are "bouncing back", READ THIS BOOK! The education you'll get just reading the sections on the government bond market make it worth it.

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