The Perfect Investment: How to Chose One [NOOK Book]

Overview

There are two ways to invest. One is to take the roller coaster ride of trial and error. That can be very costly. The other is to learn the principles of the ideal investment as revealed by the masters. The Perfect Investment sets out to offer know-how fast and easy. This is a short read, but packed with the essentials that will shine a beacon on your investment future. Be safe, then grow wealth.
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The Perfect Investment: How to Chose One

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Overview

There are two ways to invest. One is to take the roller coaster ride of trial and error. That can be very costly. The other is to learn the principles of the ideal investment as revealed by the masters. The Perfect Investment sets out to offer know-how fast and easy. This is a short read, but packed with the essentials that will shine a beacon on your investment future. Be safe, then grow wealth.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044535947
  • Publisher: Brian Morgan
  • Publication date: 5/15/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 273,513
  • File size: 111 KB

Meet the Author

Brian Morgan is a former business leader, a national award-winning journalist, editor and author. He lives with his wife, Judy, on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, after living most of their lifetime in Sydney.He has always declared his family to be his first and foremost interest, and has two children, a son-in-law and five grandchildren.Brian received a private school education through high school and broadly. He has served as a teacher at TAFE colleges, teaching writing and related subjects. He has also been a small business seminar leader, and conducted workshops for and lectured to groups like the Fellowship of Australian Writers.Brian was the founder of a number of businesses and institutions set up for charitable, educational and business purposes. He has had not one, but three successful careers, and has now embarked on a fourth.His first career was in business, where he chalked up a number of major achievements in national and multi-national companies. For example, he worked government ministers and industry leaders to initiate reform and restructure of the credit union movement in Australia, and encouraged and helped a major multi-national business restructure its operations and take over a company that was bigger than itself.As an employee or as a consultant, he has experience in many industries, including insurance, finance and banking, manufacturing, distribution, computer industry, pastoral interests, advertising and marketing, service industries and the retail sector.He has considerable experience and expertise in event organisation and management.His particular interest, however, has been small business and he set up a number of ventures over the years for himself and others. He founded businesses in many areas, including printing, publishing, event organization, marketing and consulting.He also founded the Australian Institute for the Self-Employed to educate and train the self-employed and small business people through his writings. He wrote a Small Business Course that was studied by many business people around Australia.However, writing was his first love and he gave up that successful career in business to learn the writing craft through journalism. His rise was rapid. He worked as journalist, sub-editor, editor, editor-in-chief, managing editor and manager on a range of mastheads in the Fairfax and Courier newspaper groups, winning numerous state and national awards in the process.He also worked as CEO and publisher on one regional and five national magazines and has served as contributing editor on an Australian literary journal. Three of his five magazines were national business magazines in Australia.His writing has been highly acclaimed and translated for Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese audiences. He wrote a paper for the Australian Press Council Prize based on his experiences in journalism.A literary agent in Chicago, Jane Jordan Browne, managed to present only one of Brian’s projects, The Legend of the Christmas Prayer, to publishers before her sad and untimely death. The Legend became a best seller in America and Great Britain and was translated into Japanese, where it was also successful.After Jane’s death, marketing was left in limbo, but now some 14 book projects are completed. All of them have been handed to The Writers Trust and will be progressively published between 2012 and 2014.The first of them, The Richest Man in Persia, is now available in a Smashwords Edition and in a print version.Brian Morgan has also served his local community in a range of capacities, and past affiliations include: Associate of Australian Society of Accountants; Member of Institute of Affiliate Accountants; Member Accountants’ Professional Information Panel; Member Australian Institute of Management; Founder Australian Institute for the Self-Employed; Member Media and Entertainment and Arts Alliance and House Committee Chairman; Patron and life member of community organizations.
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