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Investing information  is everywhere; there are blogs, newspapers, magazines, and cable TV shows all dedicated to helping individuals invest in smarter and more successful ways. Yet despite all the efforts to educate the public on investing, most people still feel uncomfortable  with how they should actually invest their money. Recent predictions about slowing economic gro Investing information  is everywhere; there are blogs, newspapers, magazines, and cable TV shows all dedicated to helping individuals invest in smarter and more successful ways. Yet despite all the efforts to educate the public on investing, most people still feel uncomfortable  with how they should actually invest their money. Recent predictions about slowing economic growth, historically low interest rates, and volatile markets have investors scratching their heads about what to do with their money. And more than ever, people are scared about whether they can grow their money enough to last through their lifetime. Expert investor Timothy McCarthy  has spent the last 30 years in the US and overseas providing investment solutions to individuals and their advisors. He believes that  understanding  how to create  a  truly globally  diverse portfolio while applying the magic of time will help all investors navigate risky markets. McCarthy  also explores the fundamentals of picking and evaluating financial advisors for those who want to understand the principles of investing but not actually do the work themselves. McCarthy  helps guide the reader along a straightforward  path to investment  success by telling engaging and actual stories to illustrate each of his seven lessons of successful investing. The Safe Investor will help even those readers with little interest or aptitude for finance to be comfortable in knowing what to do to manage their life investment plan and how to manage their own advisors.


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Investing information  is everywhere; there are blogs, newspapers, magazines, and cable TV shows all dedicated to helping individuals invest in smarter and more successful ways. Yet despite all the efforts to educate the public on investing, most people still feel uncomfortable  with how they should actually invest their money. Recent predictions about slowing economic gro Investing information  is everywhere; there are blogs, newspapers, magazines, and cable TV shows all dedicated to helping individuals invest in smarter and more successful ways. Yet despite all the efforts to educate the public on investing, most people still feel uncomfortable  with how they should actually invest their money. Recent predictions about slowing economic growth, historically low interest rates, and volatile markets have investors scratching their heads about what to do with their money. And more than ever, people are scared about whether they can grow their money enough to last through their lifetime. Expert investor Timothy McCarthy  has spent the last 30 years in the US and overseas providing investment solutions to individuals and their advisors. He believes that  understanding  how to create  a  truly globally  diverse portfolio while applying the magic of time will help all investors navigate risky markets. McCarthy  also explores the fundamentals of picking and evaluating financial advisors for those who want to understand the principles of investing but not actually do the work themselves. McCarthy  helps guide the reader along a straightforward  path to investment  success by telling engaging and actual stories to illustrate each of his seven lessons of successful investing. The Safe Investor will help even those readers with little interest or aptitude for finance to be comfortable in knowing what to do to manage their life investment plan and how to manage their own advisors.

57 review for The Safe Investor: How to Make Your Money Grow in a Volatile Global Economy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jerry

    I did not find much useful information in this book. It doesn't add enough to what is already out there on the subject. I was disappointed because I expected the author might have something new to add based on a a post-2008 "quantitative-easing" investment environment. Nope! In my opinion, better books with more specific useful advice for investors: 7twelve: A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan by Craig L. Israelsen (2010) Yes, You Can Still Retire Comfortably by Ben Stein & Phil DeMuth ( I did not find much useful information in this book. It doesn't add enough to what is already out there on the subject. I was disappointed because I expected the author might have something new to add based on a a post-2008 "quantitative-easing" investment environment. Nope! In my opinion, better books with more specific useful advice for investors: 7twelve: A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan by Craig L. Israelsen (2010) Yes, You Can Still Retire Comfortably by Ben Stein & Phil DeMuth (2005)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Cerra

    When I began reading this book, I thought that it would be more strategy based. I quickly realized I was wrong. McCarthy put more of an educational twist on this book. Rather then the normal, how to make millions,it was much more based on how to grow your money until the day you die. McCarthy talks about the proper ways to invest your money to make it last, than how to make it fast. With the uncertainly of our economy, this book is a must read in my opinion. In the end, its not about what you hav When I began reading this book, I thought that it would be more strategy based. I quickly realized I was wrong. McCarthy put more of an educational twist on this book. Rather then the normal, how to make millions,it was much more based on how to grow your money until the day you die. McCarthy talks about the proper ways to invest your money to make it last, than how to make it fast. With the uncertainly of our economy, this book is a must read in my opinion. In the end, its not about what you have, its about how long it will last.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Neti Neti

    This book is mainly about funds (international), not stocks.

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    SPOF is something I did not think thru

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