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Too much storytelling of the past, excessive claims and ideals which more often than not do not correlate to real life. Not to mention constant selling of subscription to investors business daily. And most nauseating of all; America this, America that...I didn't want a book about nationalism! Il give it two stars since there are odd worthy pieces of information here and there, nothing which is not available on the internet mind you.
non mi è piaciuto per niente schema degli argomenti inesistente praticamente un insieme di grafici di azioni troppe chiacchiere, poco sintetico. caratteri di stampa troppo piccoli e sottili lettura spiacevole
Great concept with real potential but as you progress through the book it becomes clear the sole purpose is to get you to sign up for investors.com or other IBD services. Without the investors.com junk I would give it a 4
It's ok. It's nothing new. But the person who wrote has an agenda and is a huge Conservative. This ghost writer blamed the 2008 subprime debacle on the Government not the banks. Hmmm, I guess Lehman and friends had nothing to do with it. Funny guy does get wishy washy on his politics. If they deleted it, it would be decent reference.
The book feels like an infomercial to me. The author peddles his newspaper Investor's Business Daily so much that I felt I would throw it across the room if I saw it again. There it was. I threw the book across the room.