Investing Without Borders: How 6 Billion Investors Can Find Profits in the Global Economy

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Praise For Investing Without Borders

"The dollar's stomach-turning volatility should remind wise investors that they must look beyond our borders to protect and grow their capital. Daniel Frishberg's book is thus prudent, essential—and very timely."
—Steve Forbes, Chairman & CEO, Forbes Media

"If you want to earn superior returns, your investing can't have borders. Dan makes a compelling case for investing outside of the U.S. and does so in a commonsense fashion that makes ...

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Overview

Praise For Investing Without Borders

"The dollar's stomach-turning volatility should remind wise investors that they must look beyond our borders to protect and grow their capital. Daniel Frishberg's book is thus prudent, essential—and very timely."
—Steve Forbes, Chairman & CEO, Forbes Media

"If you want to earn superior returns, your investing can't have borders. Dan makes a compelling case for investing outside of the U.S. and does so in a commonsense fashion that makes an otherwise confusing strategy easy to understand. I recommend this book to anyone seeking diversification."
—Jon Najarian, cofounder, TradeMONSTER.com

"Investing without Borders is shorthand for you MUST invest 30–50 percent of your equity portfolio where the growth is over the next decade—the new emerging middle-class regions of the world. In this book, Dan has taken a unique approach to discussing an important aspect of investing."
—Tobin Smith, founder, ChangeWave Research

"Dan Frishberg is definitely onto something. When you consider that 25 percent of the population in China with the highest IQs is greater than the total population of North America, and in India, it's the top 28 percent, you have to agree these and other emerging markets are a force to be reckoned with. It would be an enormous mistake to eliminate many of the leading countries from your investment portfolio. Dan makes this case very effectively."
—Raymond J. Lucia, Host, The Ray Lucia Show; author of Buckets of Money

"In this no-nonsense book, Dan Frishberg has created an easy-to-understand guide to a wild world of opportunity. This is a must-read for all investors. Think of it as your personal passport to profits."
—John Dessauer, President, John Dessauer Investments; Editor of John Dessauer's Outlook

"Reading Investing without Borders is like having a personal conversation with a trusted, knowledgeable friend. What happens in U.S. markets depends on events in China, India, and the Arabian Gulf. Today's investors must understand that world if they want to seize the opportunities it brings and protect their wealth against its risks."
—Dr. John Rutledge, Chairman, Rutledge Capital LLC

"Common sense and observing what is going on in the world lead us to the inexorable conclusion that anything other than global investing is essentially under-investing. Dan has compiled a lifetime's worth of experience in this book."
—Michael Holland, Chairman, Holland & Company LLC

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470496497
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/8/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword (Dr. Arthur Laffer).

Acknowledgments.

Prelude (Sal Monistere).

Introduction: My Mission.

Chapter 1 America the Dominator: How the U.S. Became the Most Powerful Country on the Planet.

Chapter 2 Before the Borders Came Down: How the Wall Street Liars Shot Themselves (and the Rest of Us) in the Foot.

Chapter 3 The Media Act: You Can't Believe Everything You Read or Hear or See.

Chapter 4 Cashing in on Six Billion Opportunities: Decision-Making 2.0.

Chapter 5 Unlock the Billionaire Inside You: Here's the Key, Easy Instructions Included.

Chapter 6 Being Investor 2.0: Replace Your Old-World View.

Chapter 7 Welcome to the Big Leagues: The Preparation: Homework is Critical, Roadwork is Crucial.

Chapter 8 More Skills, More Opportunities: Understand the Indicators and Develop Appropriate Strategies.

Chapter 9 More Strategies: Deciding How to Get Out Before You Get In.

Chapter 10 Demand Top Dollar: The World Needs Your Money—Invest with the Rich and Famous.

Chapter 11 Now You Have the Power: Create the Results You Want! Earnings Season.

About the Author.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2010

    Waste of paper

    This book was a complete waste of paper. It mentioned nothing useful and was very poorly written. I went off of the previous review only to find out that the review was written by a guy that is a business partner of the author!!! No wonder he gave it a good review. I was looking for a decent book on Global business and this one missed the mark. And when doing my research on the book I realized that the author is less than stellar in his credibility in his business dealings. A simple Google search with his name and the word scam showed me that.

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  • Posted February 27, 2010

    A MUST READ FOR SERIOUS INVESTORS

    I was very satisfied with the content and presentation. I found that the book was easy reading but the salient points were thoughty. I believe the average investment reader should read it a few times to be able to absorb the underlying messages. Thinking globally will be the market of the future and I suggest you get acquainted with it now.
    William C.Heath, CFP
    Barrington Financial Advisors, Inc.
    Chairman & CEO

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