About How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History: A Guide to the 7 Greatest Bargains from Main Street to Wall Street
- Hardcover: 224 pages
- Publisher: Avery (January 4, 2010)
For those in the know, today’s financial headlines don’t spell disaster–they spell the sale of the century. But it takes a trustworthy veteran of the trading trenches to guide investors through these volatile times. Drawing on his two decades as a financial reporter, plus three recent years working on Wall Street, Ron Insana helps readers restore their depleted portfolios by showing them:
·How to determine reemerging opportunities in submerged markets
·Where to invest in really legit real estate
·How to magnify the magnificent opportunities in municipal bonds and Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS)
·Where to go mining for the rare gems among the heaps of junk bonds now piling up around the world, and more
Revealing essential tricks of the trade and explaining complex concepts in an easy way, Insana makes Wall Street’s lucrative tips accessible to Main Street. For anyone sifting through retirement-account wreckage or a tanking net worth, How to Make a Fortune from the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History is the ultimate rescue manual for reaping rich rewards.
Ron Insana is an award-winning financial journalist, having worked seventeen years at CNBC and seven years at the Financial News Network. He has also managed his own funds business and worked at a major Wall Street hedge fund.
Ron Insana’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:
Tuesday, January 5th: JoeTaxpayer
Wednesday, January 6th: Money Crashers – New Years Bash and contest announcement- $5700 in cash and prizes, including a copy of this book!
Tuesday, January 12th: Starting Fresh
Tuesday, January 19th: Financial Samurai
Thursday, January 21st: Money Crashers
Tuesday, January 26th: The Centsible Life
Thursday, January 28th: My Journey to Millions
Friday, January 29th: Fiscal Fizzle
Wednesday, February 3rd: Wealth Pilgrim
Thursday, February 4th: Investor Junkie
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