You vs. Wall Street: Grow What You've Got and Get Back What You've Lost [NOOK Book]

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You vs. Wall Street offers a sensible, easy-to-follow, yet powerful set of investing strategies for any would-be investor—from the complete novice to those with investing experience.

You vs. Wall Street is a “must-read financial bible,” and “just what some readers need to find themselves exponentially richer in the coming years,” according to readers.

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You vs. Wall Street: Grow What You've Got and Get Back What You've Lost

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Overview


You vs. Wall Street offers a sensible, easy-to-follow, yet powerful set of investing strategies for any would-be investor—from the complete novice to those with investing experience.

You vs. Wall Street is a “must-read financial bible,” and “just what some readers need to find themselves exponentially richer in the coming years,” according to readers.

How does an average investor win on Wall Street? Pace’s own story began when she recognized the need for a better plan in 2000, when her Certified Financial Planner tried to sell her mutual funds anchored by the would-be bailouts of that day—Enron, Global Crossing and AOL.

Pace averted colossal losses in her own stock portfolio by overweighting safe in 2000. She then developed easy-as-pie chart strategies that utilize the most effective investing strategies available, and learned how to identify which companies are bound for bailouts and which are bound for glory.

Pace’s trademarked Stock Report Card™ and Four Questions for picking the stars of an industry arm the everyday investor with key data that is available with a few simple clicks on the mouse. Learn how Stocks on Steroids can beautify your Buy My Own Island fund (formerly known as your retirement plan).

You vs. Wall Street teaches you how to win on Wall Street in any market—bull or bear. Now is the time to choose wisdom over blind faith, to invest in winning companies and to whistle all the way to your local bailed out bank.

* MASTER THE UNIQUE THREE-PART INVESTMENT PLAN

* LEARN THE EARNINGS MAGIC OF STOCK REPORT CARDS

* DISCOVER THE FOOLPPROOF GET RICH AND STAY RICH PROGRAM

* FIND OUT HOW TO AVOID THE TOP ELEVEN INVESTING MISTAKES
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781593156756
  • Publisher: Vanguard Press
  • Publication date: 12/22/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • File size: 752 KB

Meet the Author


Natalie Pace has been ranked the #1 stock picker in the United States from TipsTraders.com, where she perennially tops their list in performance. In 2006, she was the host of her own series of CEO Q&As on the Forbes.com Video Network. She publishes articles and interviews on business, CEOs, policymakers and government officials for NataliePace.com and other networks and is a regular guest on business shows, including: CNBC, NPR, Fox News, Forbes on Fox, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Cavuto on Business, Good Morning America, Time magazine, More magazine, USA Today, NPR, Kiplingers’ Personal Finance, MSN’s Money Show, Forbes.com Video Network, Sohu.com and other global financial news media.

Natalie graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California with a degree in English literature. She is a founding member of the Los Angeles Donor’s Circle, a group dedicated to raising a million dollars for financial literacy to underserved women and girls, and has been a leader in raising more than a million dollars for public schools in Los Angeles.
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  • Posted December 8, 2009

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    A fun-to-read, practical guide to investing

    "You vs. Wall Street" is a wonderful book, filled with practical advice anyone can use to make their money make more money! If you've been searching for a fun, user-friendly guide with lots of illuminating anecdotes along the way, this book is for you. Natalie Pace is a breath of fresh air, telling the Wall Street scene like it is - and no surprise, it's not weighted in favor of the average consumer. Did your investments lose money in the last melt-down? Did your financial planner warn you about it ahead of time? No? Read this book and get some lively, user-friendly, down-to-earth advice on how you can beat Wall Street.
    Natalie believes that we have to take charge of our own investment planning, and that we have the ability to do it. Here's her take on it from the prologue:
    "When the earnings reports show increased earnings but the store is empty all of the time, you don't have to read the full report to know it's a lie. There is wisdom in the shopper, and as a shopper, you are getting the news months before it lands on the analyst's desk in the form of an earnings report. If you align the things you buy as a consumer with what you own as an investor, you'll get rich and enrich the world at the same time.If you can't get to the shopping cart without the dial-up connection crashing (as happened for most Americans in 2000) and the Internet companies have been losing money for five years, NASDAQ is going to crash. When no one can afford to buy a home without fancy loan tricks, you've got prices that are unsustainable. When college students can borrow money to buy and flip homes in Florida, Arizona, Nevada and California with a few lies on the application, housing is at the brink of the cliff."
    Rated a #1 Stock Picker, Natalie has made outstanding returns for people who put her theories into practice. This book is a recipe for cooking up the best financial plan for yourself. Read it and reap!

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