Today's new information economy has generated unprecedented opportunities for investors. Dr. David Lereah shows how the experts do it.
Today's new information economy has generated unprecedented opportunities for investors. But taking advantage of them requires discipline and a knowledge of econimic trends. There will be recessions and bear markets. There will be recovery periods from recessions. And there will be future bull markets. How does one make sense of these changing economic conditions and make the right investment decisions? Dr.
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Today's new information economy has generated unprecedented op. .In part one of The Rules for Growing Rich, Dr. Lereah shows how to be a smart consumer of economic and financial information, including: - How to identify business cycles - The eight most influential economic reports that you should monitor on a regular basis - How the Federal Reserve, market psychology, changing demographics, and other factors influence the investing. Then Dr. Lereah shows how to put all of this information together in 168 rules for maximizing your portfolio.
Although the writing was dry in some places, this book reads well and contains really relevant information about how changes in the economy affect the value of investments
Although the writing was dry in some places, this book reads well and contains really relevant information about how changes in the economy affect the value of investments. This book is useful for anyone looking to understand how and why monthly economic reports move the market and it ties in using the Internet for monitoring such data.
Lereah's book The Rules for Growing Rich: Making Money in the New Information Economy touting investment in technology company equities was published in June 2000 at the onset of the collapse of the dot-com bubble. Lereah has also written about real estate investing. His most recent book, All Real Estate is Local, was published by Doubleday in 2007. His 2005 book Are You Missing the Real Estate Boom?: Why Home Values and Other Real Estate Investments Will Climb Through The End of The Decade-And How to Profit From Them was rereleased in February 2006 as Why the Real Estate Boom Will. - 63 rules for investing in stocks - 37 rules for investing in bonds - 23 rules for investing in real estate - 10 rules for investing in options and futures - 17 rules for international investing - 18 rules for retirement investing.
RICH-WORLD economies consist of a billion consumers and millions of.
RICH-WORLD economies consist of a billion consumers and millions of firms taking their own decisions. But they also feature mighty public institutions that try to steer the economy, including central banks, which set monetary policy, and governments, which decide how much to spend and borrow. For the past 30 years or more these institutions have run under established rules. Britain cut budgets deeply in the early 2010s while its economy was weak-its lack of public investment is one reason for its chronically low productivity growth.
In 2000 just as the dot-com bubble prepared to collapse, Lereah penned The Rules for Growing Rich: Making Money in the New Information Economy. Lereah went on to publish multiple titles on profiting from the real estate boom. In 2005 he wrote Are You Missing the Real Estate Boom?: Why Home Values and other Real Estate Investments Will Climb Through the End of the Decade–And How to Profit From Them. The book faced a bit of a rework before reappearing in 2006 as Why the Real Estate Boom Will Not Bust–And How You Can Profit From It. Before leaving his post at NAR, Lereah penned All Real Estate is Local: What You Need to Know to Profit in Real Estate.
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