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ISBN:
0982685009
Author:
Gene Curry CFP
Category:
Investing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gene Curry (May 12, 2011)
Pages:
274 pages
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1313 kb
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4.1
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Gene Curry CFP (Author). I was interested in sound advice on alternative investments. Unfortunately, this is a self-published book that is so riddled with the author's extreme political views that it is close to useless for my purposes.

Gene Curry CFP (Author). He has specific chapters devoted to repetitive criticism of our current government and financial system. Though I believe this view is not without some justification, it results in much of the author's advice being dependent on the extreme predictions and political tenets he holds. To be fair, there is some useful information in the book.

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Robo-advisors are investment companies who create automated software designed to manage portfolios based on certain criteria. Those are two great reasons to start a Roth IRA. But let's not forget the main reason you should start one: it's important to save for retirement!

Robo-advisors are investment companies who create automated software designed to manage portfolios based on certain criteria. For example, when signing up for such a service, you might take a questionnaire to determine your risk tolerance level or investment goals. But let's not forget the main reason you should start one: it's important to save for retirement!

Again, hedge funds are traditional alternative investments, but hedge fund ETFs and mutual funds offer similar returns to the real deal. They may still require a large minimum investment, but it’s typically a lot more digestible than several million

Again, hedge funds are traditional alternative investments, but hedge fund ETFs and mutual funds offer similar returns to the real deal. They may still require a large minimum investment, but it’s typically a lot more digestible than several million. Like regular mutual funds, these are made up of a pool of investments.

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The purpose of this book is to alert investors of today’s inflation trends, the negative effect it could have on their portfolios, and use alternative investments to turn this predictable development in their favor.

In spite of recent modest economic gains, the economy remains subdued and the weight of massive public debt continues to stifle recovery. Adding to our circumstance, inflationary pressures have taken hold, and the “stagflation” that characterized the 1970s, appears to have made its return. Simply, the reported inflation numbers coming out of Washington are not in synch with the American consumer experience. Owning precious metals, commodities and real estate; as well, investments that derive their value from hard assets, like real estate investment trusts (REITs) and exchange trade funds (ETFs) that hold natural resources, commodities, or commodity-based companies, can derail the negative effects of inflation and loss of purchasing power. Such alternative investments can be made in both personal and retirement accounts, so investors can apply focus where needed most. Protection from a declining dollar is vital in preserving your standard of living. Investors need to understand the threat and inflation-proof their personal and retirement portfolios with proven financial techniques and appropriate alternative investments which include:

Self-directed retirement accounts - Retirement accounts that provide investors direct control over how their retirement funds are managed, and invested among an assortment of alternative assets. Swiss annuities - Available to all American investors, these little known investments are backed by the strongest currency in the world, namely, the Swiss franc, which has been appreciating against the dollar for the last 30 years. Gold and precious metals - Coins, bullion and funds, which provide time-tested inflation protection. The debt crisis has compounded an already growing lack of confidence, pushing the price of gold and other precious metals to all time highs. Commodities - Industrial metals, energy, agricultural resources and more. Forget the futures market. ETFs make the commodity investing easy for everyone. Currencies - Currency investing, yes, but not through the complex FOREX. How about a currency ETF that holds the strong Australian or Canadian dollar? Real estate – At today’s prices, rentals provide positive cash-flow and landlords in some parts of the country are profiting big. Did you know, many investors are getting rich off rentals in the cities and towns of resource-rich regions, here in the U.S. and abroad? Foreign real estate and REITs are options as well. How about financing a rental or second-home for immediate use with retirement funds? It's all here in the Real Smart IRA and Guide to Alternative Investments
  • Grotilar
I made a mistake with this purchase. I was interested in sound advice on alternative investments. Unfortunately, this is a self-published book that is so riddled with the author's extreme political views that it is close to useless for my purposes. He has specific chapters devoted to repetitive criticism of our current government and financial system. Though I believe this view is not without some justification, it results in much of the author's advice being dependent on the extreme predictions and political tenets he holds.

To be fair, there is some useful information in the book. But every chapter---actually almost every paragraph---is so suffused with the author's political beefs, that it becomes hard to sort the wheat from the chaff. It also becomes increasingly annoying to be subjected to his extreme views while searching for useful information.

There are other odd red flags that make it hard for me to trust the author's information and recommendations. There are numerous formatting and grammatical errors suggesting this self-published book was not subjected to any outside editing or review. Most concerning to me is that the author continuously refers to "we" or "the authors", without ever identifying who these additional authorities might be.

In summary, there is some scattered useful information here, but very little I feel confident trusting because most of it relies on predictions and advice based on the author's obvious and tiring extreme political bent.
  • Cerana
For what could have been a complex set of topics, the author presented the subject matter in a well written and easily understood manner. Unlike other books I've read on investing, I was able to get through the chapters with no trouble and come away with insight. The chapter on retirement accounts, could have been tedious, but was not bad and even helped with my company 401(k). The retirement accounts chapter is a good reference too. The ideas presented have already helped me re-evaluate my current investments, and pursue new ones that I did not know existed. The chapters on gold, currencies and Swiss annuities were especially enlightening. With all the recent bad news about the government debt crisis, the economy and how fast things are changing, I thought the information in the book was very timely. There is a lot of emphasis on inflation and the need to balance portfolios by holding tangible investments which should keep pace with inflation. The author provided some great ETF investments to get "hard asset" exposure that I was able to implement quickly, without having to learn about futures markets. I already knew a little about real estate investing and self-directed IRAs, but the discussion took me to another level. The book opened my eyes to inflation, retirement account investing, real estate, commodities, gold and Swiss annuities. I would recommend this book to those who want to know what we can expect, how to protect themselves and profit.