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The Banking Effect: Acquiring Wealth Through Your Own Private Banking System

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After writing "Discovering Hidden Treasures" I was asked for a follow up book which would go into greater detail as to how anyone could adopt the banking system concept into their financial situation.
This book will walk you step by step on how to create the banking system for you and your family. In addition it will give examples and justification as to why creating your own banking system may be the simplest and most powerful way to ...
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Overview

After writing "Discovering Hidden Treasures" I was asked for a follow up book which would go into greater detail as to how anyone could adopt the banking system concept into their financial situation.
This book will walk you step by step on how to create the banking system for you and your family. In addition it will give examples and justification as to why creating your own banking system may be the simplest and most powerful way to accumulate wealth.
When finished, the reader should be able to have a firm grasp on the process and see the benefits of implementing it in their financial lives.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456324810
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/10/2011
  • Pages: 118
  • Sales rank: 805,349
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Dan is the founder of Eagle Capital Management and has received national recognition for his work in innovative financial strategies.
Dan began licensing as a financial advisor in 1986 in both securities and insurance.
He has owned and managed his own investment firm since 1990.
For the past several years Dan has adapted a very non-traditional approach to financial planning. Frustrated with markets and financial buzz words, he thought there had to be a better way to wealth. He was right. Now utilizing models and strategies not often heard of in the financial community he finds cutting edge ways to produce financial results without the risk normally associated with financial planning.
Dan originates from central California where he watched many of his mentors attain wealth by hard work, proper money management, and conservative approaches to investing. Learning lessons of money management as a teenager gave him the desire to work as an investment broker at a very young age.
Dan and his wife Sharon are the parents of 5 children. He is also involved helping non-profits raise money for their causes with a very unique strategy.
Dan still enjoys playing basketball and is also on the promo water-ski team for Ski Nautique Ski Boats.
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