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A huge opportunity exists to create wealth with little money using a few simple strategies. However, negative myths keep potential investors from stock investing. They miss the chance for the magic of compounding to maximize wealth. "Betterness At Investing" reviews proven strategies, and provides aides to help novice investors create wealth. The book shows how to get started and how to turn a little money into a lot of shares of stock. The long-term average yearly return on stocks is 11% -- which does not include the value of dividends for higher total returns. Read how easy it to get started creating your own wealth.
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About the Author
For most of his life-time, Bob Deneen focused on a career in business management. He ignored stock investing believing substantial money was needed. It was after learning how his mother had routinely invested small dollar amounts that over time created a wealthy portfolio. His mother had become a "do-it-yourself investor" by teaching herself how to invest. Bob spent hundreds of hours in research only to discover that the tactics his mother used were those of many investment experts. in 1996, he published his first book -- "Stock Investing For Beginners" -- to describe how novice investors with little knowledge and little money can create wealthy portfolios. His current book, "Betterness At Investing" updates this knowledge for the 21st century of stock investing that is marred by crime and volatility but still remains a safe and profitable way for cash-poor people to create wealth. Bob is also the author of "Betterness In Business", "Betterness In Life" at his website: www.bobdeneen.com