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Give to Get to Give - Using Universal Principles to Create Your Investment Plan for Reliable Income - cover

Give to Get to Give - Using Universal Principles to Create Your Investment Plan for Reliable Income

Randy Dorcey

Publisher: Advantage Media Group

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Have you ever been told to do something crazy like “pulling your pants down and sliding on ice?” Do you know why you should always “name your cows?” What is the importance of “eggs, big macs, and whoppers?” In Give to Get to Give, Dorcey uses his trademark humor and decades in the financial planning to help readers understand some of the timeliest truths on investing.One of these truths is Dorcey’s steadfast belief that active investing always trumps passive investing. Going against the advice of many financial advisors, Dorcey pushes back on the idea that investors should always “wait it out” and ride the wave of every financial downturn. As he points out, many times people simply do not have the time to do so. Instead, he encourages investors to engage in the process and know where their investment is going and work with someone who takes an active interest their financial future.Dr. Randolph Dorcey’s advice comes from decades in the financial industry. He knows what he is talking about and doesn’t couch his statements behind a lot of technological jargon. Instead, he says what he means in a way that connects with everyday people.
Available since: 10/24/2023.
Print length: 130 pages.

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