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Posted December 8, 2009
"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!