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Jorgensen, James A.
Money lessons for a lifetime.
Chicago, Ill. : Dearborn Financial Pub., 1997
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James A Jorgensen
|Description:||x, 181 pages ; 22 cm|
Terrible mistakes got back on the road to prosperity again. You'll read stories about the power of the stock market that will make you vow never to succumb to the temptation of selling your stocks during a decline. You'll marvel at examples of pre-tax dollars invested in a 401(k) plan that double in value after the first year. Jim Jorgensen wants to share with you a few of the simple lessons about money he's learned along the way, from his father, from the rich farmers.
Of his youth ("who paid with cash and drove big Cadillacs"), from the hundreds of people who have attended his financial seminars and have shared their stories with him. Money Lessons for a Lifetime isn't fancy advice for people with bundles of cash to invest. It's for those of us who want to commit to wealth, to grow rich, and to stay happy at the same time. Underlying all Jim Jorgensen's tales and anecdotes are eight specific steps to financial security, based on.
Moderation and common sense. Follow them, make them part of your lifestyle, and you will be on the road to wealth for a lifetime.