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"The advice is sound, insightful, and can be used by young people just getting started, advanced investors, and everyone in between." - Jack Kemp. As incomes shrink and the cost of living continues to rise, more and more people are searching frantically for ways to build a stable financial future. But in the crowded and volatile world of today1s financial marketplace, the sheer number of available investment options has even sophisticated investors scratching their heads. On this audio, taken from his best-selling book, "The truth about money", long-time financial planner and Wall Street guru Ric Edelman has created an accessible and practical approach to money management that cuts through all of the confusion and delivers an unbiased and lucid guide to selecting the right investment strategy. Here Edelman focuses on such key topics as estate planning, tailoring investment strategies to suit income and needs, and choosing a financial advisor.
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