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Investment Fraud: How Financial

Investment Fraud: How Financial "Experts" Rip You Off And What To Do About It (Financial Freedom for Smart People)

by Todd Tresidder

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Either you discover how investment fraud works or you become a victim.

It's easy to think it will never happen to you, but financial fraud is so common that the opposite is likely true.

Financial "experts" scam the rich, the poor, the naïve, and the experienced. Nobody is immune. If you invest, then it's a near certainty that you'll run into investment fraud. You must know how to recognize and avoid it or else pay the price.

In just one evening you'll discover:

• A 15-question test to determine your risk for becoming the next investment fraud victim.
• The top 26 warning signs that your investment may be a scam.
• 16 investment frauds you can easily avoid if you just know how to recognize them.
• The 11 ways stockbrokers steal from you.
• The underhanded methods Wall Street uses to take money from your investment account without you knowing—and it's all 100% legal.
• A step-by-step due diligence checklist for preventing investment fraud. No more guessing or fumbling.
• Contact information and action steps if you ever become a victim.
• And much more.

Don't become a victim of investment fraud. Prevention is the best defense and this book will show you how. It's easily read in one evening and the insights will pay you dividends for a lifetime.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940154324608
Publisher: Todd R. Tresidder
Publication date: 08/13/2012
Series: Financial Freedom for Smart People , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 517 KB

About the Author

Todd R. Tresidder's financial writing has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money Magazine, Investor's Business Daily, Yahoo Finance, Bankrate.com, and more. He is a former hedge fund manager who "retired" at age 35 to become a financial consumer advocate and money coach. In his spare time he's an outdoor recreational enthusiast with varied interests from backpacking and adventure travel to endurance running and cycling. He writes 9 months out of the year from his home in Reno, Nevada while his kids are in school and plays the rest of the year. You can learn more about Todd at http://financialmentor.com.

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