The Next Perfect Storm [NOOK Book]

Overview

Do you remember when the average annual return of a ninety-day CD at a bank in October of 1981 was 16.6%? How about the fact that the S&P 500 experienced a minimum annual rate of return of 21% in five consecutive years from 1995 to 1999? And let's not forget how real estate had a record breaking decade in the 2000's with an annual rate of return of 9.27%. Do you ever wonder what the next boom will be? That's exactly what this book is about. Author and visionary entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David explains how five...
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The Next Perfect Storm

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Overview

Do you remember when the average annual return of a ninety-day CD at a bank in October of 1981 was 16.6%? How about the fact that the S&P 500 experienced a minimum annual rate of return of 21% in five consecutive years from 1995 to 1999? And let's not forget how real estate had a record breaking decade in the 2000's with an annual rate of return of 9.27%. Do you ever wonder what the next boom will be? That's exactly what this book is about. Author and visionary entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David explains how five different current conditions have combined to create the next perfect storm in an industry that's been ignored for almost four decades.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149319770
  • Publisher: Tico Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/19/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 111
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Patrick Bet-David, a successful financier, entrepreneur, former radio host and author of the best-selling book, "Doing the Impossible: The 25 Laws for Doing the Impossible" - offers a contrarian economic viewpoint and has insights on achieving the American Dream in the 21st century.

Patrick Bet-David is a genuine "rags to riches" success story. Patrick came with his family to the U.S. from revolutionary Iran at 12 years old and subsequently served in the U.S. Army's prestigious 101st Airborne Division. After his honorable discharge from the Army, Patrick got involved in the financial services industry and in 2009 created People Helping People (PHP) to share sound financial education and advice with students, families and small businesses. PHP is celebrating its first two years in business with 250 percent growth year-over-year and expansion into 33 states.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2013

    This book is a must read for the experienced and inexperienced t

    This book is a must read for the experienced and inexperienced to include all ages. This book should also be a mandatory read in every business school in the world. Business success just makes more sense and self-awareness is the foundation. With having few successful business and having read numerous business books ever since my father introduced me to the book 'Rich-Dad Poor-Dad' by Robert Kiyasoki in the mid 90s, this book just hits you in the Heart, Mind, Gut and Spirits to understand what business really is. Fun and simple read, very clearly written and well thought out on key practical points. I highly recommend this book not only for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs but also to corporate employees amongst any industry, as it'll open your Heart, Mind, Gut and Luck; Literally it will do just that. I also believe it will serve as a powerful hedge against failure. And while there's no guarantee you won't fail in business, if you do, this book might help you understand why, so when you start again (which you must!) you will know yourself better and plan a smarter course the next time out. The power of this book is in the details. Not only is it imminently readable, but it's full of real-world examples and practical applications. If you're about to start a business, read it. If you're struggling to take your business to the next level, read it. If you're trying to figure out what went wrong with your last business, read it. If you're trying to figure out what to do next, read it. It's all here.Special Thanks to Patrick Bet-David.

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