The ABCs of Money

  • by Natalie Pace
  • Narrated by Natalie Wynne Pace
  • 5 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Most Americans are worried about their future - particularly their nest egg. 1 out of every 10 Americans is being pursued by debt collectors. If you want to beat the debt game, earn gains (instead of riding on the Wall Street rollercoaster) and live a richer, happier life, then you have to get a new game plan. The ABCs of Money
offers vital information and easy, effective strategies for income, budgeting, real estate, stocks, bonds, gold, hard assets, annuities, debt reduction and saving your home.
These strategies have been saving homes and nest eggs for more than a decade and have earned Natalie Pace the ranking of #1 stock picker. Once you learn The ABCs of Money (that we all should have received in high school), you will transform your life - out of struggling to survive and buried alive in bills - to thriving.
As TD AMERITRADE chairman Joe Moglia says, "College students need this information before they get their first credit card. Young adults need it before they buy their first home. Empty nesters can use the information to downsize to a sustainable lifestyle, before they get into trouble."

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The book had a lot of words, but I found very little of it to be useful. The book was primarily written as a promo for the author's earlier book "you vs. wall st." and the seminars she holds. The first part on debt management is only for people who are really poor with their money and have found a financial hole for themselves already. The part on stock market investing was repeatedly encouraging the readers to either read "You vs. Wall st." or to attend one of her seminars. The same goes about real estate investment.       There are a lot of common sense tips, which might be useful for people who are really really bad with their money. For a general, reasonably responsible person, there is very little value in this book.

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- Mohammad S Raunak

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-30-2013
  • Publisher: Women's Investment Network, LLC