Game Plan is the first "how-to" investment handbook of its type. It will explain the emerging risks and provide a complete game plan of response for investors at all levels. Freeman will explain that there is no "one size fits all" solution as events are happening quickly and the challenges can morph suddenly. Just as a football team must plan for a variety of offensive strategies and attacks, investors must be prepared to strategically adjust. This audiobook provides the game plan to respond and succeed.
In Game Plan you'll learn...
The proper use of gold in your investment strategy
How stocks should be deployed in your investment portfolio
The smart way to diversify your portfolio
How to decrease your bond holding vulnerability
How to judge a guarantor in guaranteed investments
How to avoid falling into the marketing hype for Hedge Fund scams
How to find a properly trained investment advisor
How to advance wealth at the individual level
How to win the global economic war
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Informative but a little too much religion
If you're a religious Conservative, then this book is for you. If you're more of a LIberal, you may want to skip it. Soon after I bought the audio book, I saw the author being interviewed by Glenn Beck where he stated how "God established America". I knew what to expect from that point forward. However, after listening to the audio book, I feel there is some good information in it with respect to investing in today's economy. There is also a good degree of fear mongering and doomsday prep advice which may or may not be valid. The author's advice on gold and silver makes sense in terms of the pros and cons of owning it physically vs. storing it. He also does a nice job of explaining basic investing terminology and the different types of investments out there. Overall, I would recommend the book but be advised that there are sections where the author quotes the Bible extensively and to a large degree, pushes his religious views on the reader/listener.
The ending was primarily Bible quotes and felt more like a book on religion than a book offering investing advice. Even though there are other religions that promote similar beliefs with respect to greed, hoarding, and reaching out to help our fellow man, the ending was completely biased toward just one religion. That's great if you happen to share the author's religious views but if you're of another faith or an atheist, it may not be a pleasant experience.
The narrator did an excellent job.
Not a chance.