How To Really Ruin Your Financial Life and Portfolio by Ben Stein

By Ben Stein

Hilarious recommendation on what to not do with cash, from monetary humorous guy Ben Stein
Everyone's trying to find the secrets and techniques to monetary good fortune, yet what concerning the top how one can lose funds . . . fast?! In How to actually smash Your monetary lifestyles and Portfolio, bestselling writer, economist, monetary commentator, and media character Ben Stein explains precisely what to do . . . to move bust! the last word "how-NOT-to" advisor, the publication offers readers beneficial counsel that are meant to be refrained from in any respect expenditures. Written in Stein's personal inimitable sort, this hilarious advisor offers crucial monetary recommendation on what to not do in terms of coping with money.
From studying and appearing upon making an investment newsletters to buying and selling on a margin, from making an investment in bonds to breathlessly following CNBC, and from paying for inventory in businesses you don't comprehend to believing on your personal genius at inventory identifying to preserving as little funds to be had as attainable, Stein provides the foundations that each would-be investor must recognize, to allow them to do the complete opposite and really make cash. absolutely revised and up-to-date, this new version offers all-new missteps which may damage any portfolio.* absolutely revised and up to date version of the tongue-in-cheek bestseller that indicates traders what to not do with their money
* Written by means of acclaimed writer economist, monetary commentator, and media character Ben Stein
* Loaded with essential items of undesirable recommendation that readers may still keep away from in any respect costs

A laugh-out-loud method of own finance, How to truly break Your monetary existence and Portfolio is an obtainable advisor to funds from the funniest guy in finance.

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Anon) Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. (Thomas Edison) There are two kinds of people in life: people who like their jobs and people who don’t work here any more. (Anon) 48 o When you own your own business, you only have to work half a day. You can do anything you want with the other twelve hours. (Anon) 49 n DRINK 51 n A cask of wine will work more miracles than a church full of saints. (Italian) A drink precedes a story. (Irish) A drunk man’s words are a sober man’s thoughts.

Anon) 35 Want a thing long enough and you don’t. (Chinese) Well done is better than well said. (Benjamin Franklin) You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist. (Gandhi) You have three choices in life: give up, give in, or give it your all! (Anon) 36 h PROFESSIONS 37 s A bad compromise is better than a successful law suit. (Spanish) A lawyer’s fee and a prostitute’s wages are paid in advance. (Indian) A lawyer’s opinion is worth nothing unless paid for. (English) A peasant between two lawyers is like a fish between two cats.

Anon) 42 New laws are followed by new tricks. (German) ‘Virtue is in the middle,’ said the devil, as he sat down between two lawyers. (Danish) When God wanted to punish man He invented lawyers. (Russian) s 43 R WORK 45 R A desk without paperwork is a sign of one born to delegate. (Anon) A tidy desk is the sign of a disturbed mind. (Anon) Hard work never hurt anyone. But then why risk it? (Anon) Make sure you are not irreplaceable: if you can’t be replaced, you can’t be promoted. (Anon) 46 R Multi-tasking: the art of screwing up everything all at once.

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