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Who doesn't want to be able to accomplish all of the things that he or she desires, such as traveling or taking a risk on the business venture of your dreams? When you invest in the stock market and you're able to make passive income, you have greater overall freedom. Gone will be the days of living paycheck-to-paycheck, and you'll be even closer to achieving all of the great things that you desire for you and your loved ones.
Imagine a world where you are able to make decisions for yourself financially based on sound information that comes from credible sources. This means not only can you fend for yourself out there in the financial world, but you also are able to see beyond what any finance guru tells you about how you should be investing your money.
After listening to this book, you'll have the wherewithal to trade options to the best of your ability. Not only that, imagine a world where the decisions that you're making for your money are distinct and confident. You don't have to rely on other people or "investment experts" for all of the questions that you have regarding stock trading because you are able to answer your own questions based on the extensive knowledge that you have. Not only will you be able to make sound choices for your money that work for you, but you'll be able to do so within a forum that is traditionally safe over the long term, as long as you know how to work the market.
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By Ted Kellogg on 04-23-18
A Painful Listen
This is one of the worst readers I have ever heard on Audible. Not only is it clear that the reader has no clue about the meaning of the fairly technical subject matter, he makes the read far worse by using a false enthusiasm that emphasizes the wrong word in almost every sentence. He ends up sounding like a high school sports announcer calling a basketball game except the topic is butterfly spreads.
The book may or may not be any good, the reader is so bad that you really cannot tell. I was stuck on a long car ride and listened to it all. I’m quite sure that I heard him say “call” in two cases where the context made it clear that he should have said “put.”
Yikes! Stay Away!
By Amazon Customer on 06-15-17
I find this narration unlistenable
I don't have opinion of the content at this point. But the narration, OMG.
It's as if the narrator perceives this to be a fundamentally boring topic and is trying really hard to hype it up, but doesn't actually understand expository speech. So the phrasing, pacing, emphasis, and breath come across as both unnaturally forced and completely random at the same time.