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The New Era of Wealth: How Investors Can Profit From the 5 Economic Trends Shaping the Future: How Investors Can Profit From the 5 Economic Trends Shaping the Future [NOOK Book]

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The New Era of Wealth is a framework for understanding and building wealth in today¿s unstoppable economy. The building blocks for wealth are all around us-record-high wages, low interest rates, vanishing inflation, fewer government regulations, new technology, globalization. Opportunities abound for you to reap outstanding profits from this economic expansion-if you know where to look! The New Era of Wealth cuts through today's glut of information to give you an easy-to-follow roadmap for financial success. ...

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The New Era of Wealth: How Investors Can Profit From the 5 Economic Trends Shaping the Future: How Investors Can Profit From the 5 Economic Trends Shaping the Future

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Overview

The New Era of Wealth is a framework for understanding and building wealth in today¿s unstoppable economy. The building blocks for wealth are all around us-record-high wages, low interest rates, vanishing inflation, fewer government regulations, new technology, globalization. Opportunities abound for you to reap outstanding profits from this economic expansion-if you know where to look! The New Era of Wealth cuts through today's glut of information to give you an easy-to-follow roadmap for financial success. Author Brian Wesbury, rated as one of today's top economic forecasters by The Wall Street Journal, reveals insights and strategies crucial for building wealth, while sidestepping potentially disastrous mistakes.



In clear-cut, hard-hitting language, Wesbury gives investors at all levels:



Investing strategies for stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, and commodities



4 key principles that will rule the stock market in the next 20 years



The reasons to avoid debt in today's deflationary world



Which mutual fund classes to buy now, and which to avoid



Commonsense techniques to reduce risk as you profit from today's technologies.



The United States economy, the most powerful the world has ever seen, stands on the threshold of the greatest wealth-building bonanza in history. Let The New Era of Wealth show you how to maximize this rare opportunity, help you focus on the information you need to create wealth, and construct a financial legacy that will carry you and your family far into the new millennium.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071369237
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 11/20/1999
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 199
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Brian S. Wesbury is vice president and chief economist at Griffin, Kubik, Stephens & Thompson in Chicago. The former chief economist for the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, he has ranked as the most accurate interest rate forecaster in both the Bond Buyer Index Rate Survey and The Bloomberg News and was rated in 1998 as one of the nation's top economic forecasters by The Wall Street Journal. Wesbury's work and comments have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, BusinessWeek, Forbes, and U.S. News & World Report. A frequent guest on CNBC, he is a regular featured speaker for banking and investing organizations across the country.

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I: The Framework for Profiting in the New Era. The Technology Revolution. Globalization and Economic Efficiency. The End of Big Government. Politics in the New World. Monetary Policy: Forecasting the Fed. Virtuous Circle: How the Trends Work Together. Part II: Preparing Your Portfolio for the Coming Boom. Four Threats to the New Era. Shifting Perceptions. Strategies for Creating Personal Wealth. Part III: Investment Implications for the New Era of Wealth. Picking Stocks for the Future--The Top-Down Approach. Picking the Right Stocks and Mutual Funds. Using Bonds for Long-Term Reward. Real Estate and Commodities. The New Era of Wealth is Just Beginning.

































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