This is our fifth book in "The Coming Series", and has to do with further helping Americans protect and build their life savings. In our previous books, we discuss the weakness of the U.S. banking system, including newly instituted "bail in" program, hyperinflation, and expatriation. This book is different. It answers the question of how we handle our own investments.
The program that we use, is simple and easy to administer. Performance-wise over the past 13 years, it has been second to none, having gained a whopping 924.9%. While many financial advisory firms say they have done better, ask them for their "audited figures". They will undoubtedly not be able to provide them. Our "GSA" program can, and does. The 924.9% 13-year track record is legit, and verifiable!
While we found the GSA's performance to be more than excellent, we have tweaked it a bit, and made it even better. We began researching hundreds of top stock market "timers" in the precious metals area, and found that one has been "spot on" for the past twelve years. You will find him mentioned in the book, along with his record. Combine both the world best verified system, and top timer, and there is little doubt that you'll have a program that will succeed beyond your wildest financial dreams! We hope you will join us with it.
About the Authors & How They Can Help ...
John and Monica Miller are Americans living in Auckland, New Zealand. Besides writing books to help Americans get their investments and savings out of harm's way, they write a weekly newsletter, provide free financial advice, and answer all E-Mails. With regard to this book, the Millers say you don't need a financial professional; you can do it yourself with a discount broker.
They will even help you get started at the discount firm they use (if you don't wish to do it yourself). John has been licensed financial adviser in the U.S. since 1967, and is presently one in New Zealand (since 2010).
For those readers, or radio listeners needing some assistance in getting your savings and investments out of harm's way, please write us an e-mail at: email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Monica and I will do our best in answering all your questions and concerns.
There is now, no need for you to travel to NZ, or Australia, to open a savings, or investment account, as we did. This can all be done for you easily and safely using the Internet. Presently, NZ One-month CD's are paying 3.5% interest (per year), and Australian One-month CD's are paying 2.5%. CD's and investments are purchased within a "custodian account" for added safety of principal.
If you'd like more information on how to open a custodian account, please contact us.
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About the Author
John Miller is a Graduate of Georgetown University with a Master's Degree In Public Administration. John served as an artillery army spotter-pilot during the Viet Nam Era (serving in both Korea & the U.S). After military service, he began his career on Wall Street, working for many of Wall Street's top firms (Dean Witter, Interstate Securities & Lehman Brothers).
After twenty years in the securities business, he started his own investment firm, Miller & Associates. The firm began operations in Florida, and subsequently relocated to Maui, Hawaii. John presently manages Miller & Associates, in Maui, Hawaii, and NZ Trans Global Investments, in Auckland, NZ.
John & his wife Monica moderate of the "Investment Club International. This is an Internet social, & educational investment club, with over 2,000 members worldwide, and is free. John writes a weekly newsletter for the club, and does his best to answer questions from the membership. He resides, with his wife Monica in Waiheke Island, New Zealand.
Monica Miller's career involved work as an International sales, marketing, and product development professional, for the Spa & beauty industry. Besides the US, she traveled frequently throughout Asia, and Europe.
Monica was instrumental in forming, and moderating the Maui Investment club. She hosted the popular "Maui" radio talk show: The Investment Club. The show's format was similar to the popular "Doland's" radio show.