This is the book you MUST read to understand why your successful financial future requires not trusting Wall Street!
Now, more than ever, you need a book to navigate you through this financial crisis.
For decades, average Americans have been held captive in their financial lives by their limited knowledge of and an inherent trust in Wall Street, only to see that trust violated time and time again by a system that rewards greed and corruption.
The Losing Game explains why Wall Street is the largest casino in the United States, except the games are fixed and the house ALWAYS wins.
Retired entrepreneur and business owner T.E. Scott, along with writer Stephen Edds, uses well-reasoned arguments, unwavering logic, and common-sense insights to give readers a clear understanding of the stock market and commodity markets. They discuss how Wall Street is brilliantly marketed and designed to separate working families from their money without accountability or prosecution.
Scott excels in his description of the psychological war that Wall Street has implemented over the years using propaganda, marketing and the complexity of the market itself to keep us in the dark about where our investment money is going.
The Losing Game: Why You Can't Beat Wall Street shows the bottom-line basics of how Wall Street is scamming Main Street, with Congress and the media as willing accomplices.
In plain-speaking terminology, Scott presents a revolutionary perspective that uncovers the deceptive conditioning of the American worker to place their trust in Wall Street without question.
Would you take your retirement money to Las Vegas to gamble?
Why are you trusting your 401(k) and pension to a corrupt and unregulated market?
The Losing Game is a must-read for hard-working individuals willing to secure their financial future by ignoring the marketing of Wall Street, and by giving them the confidence to take control of their financial future.
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T.E. Scott founded and spent twenty-five years as CEO of a $50 million pet supply manufactuing company in Indiana. Before starting that business, Scott spent thirty-two years working as a union laborer for Eastern Airlines. When he lost most of his pension when the company went bankrupt in the 1980s, Scott started on the road to investigating the true nature of Wall Street. Scott is retired and resides in Veedersburg, Indiana.
Stephen Edds is a native of Owensboro, Kentucky and is a graduate of Hanover (IN) College. Edds spent fifteen years in corporate marketing communications before striking out on his own as a freelance writer. Edds moved to Indianapolis in 1996, where he still resides with his wife, Erin, and son Levi.
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Book Description Hidden Truth Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1st edition (revised). Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0981937039
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Book Description Hidden Truth Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition (revised) edition. 200 pages. 8.00x5.40x0.40 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0981937039
Book Description Hidden Truth Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110981937039