A Joosr Guide to Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins

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Is investing money for the future really as hard as it seems, and why is it so important to do it? Discover the secrets to investing successfully to ensure financial security in your retirement.

Money: Master the Game is an instructional guide for navigating the world of stock markets and investments. It takes the complicated subject of money and retirement planning, and simplifies it by clearly explaining everything you need to know from start to finish. You don't need to pay expensive professionals to manage your finances, and you don't have to be wealthy. Simply commit to saving a portion of your income, and then create a plan to make that money grow.

You will learn:

· Why you need to start a 401(k), and how you can do so today

· How to avoid investment traps that will cost you more than they will pay

· How you can set up your retirement plan so that you have a paycheck for life without ever needing to work again.
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    Money shouldn’t be the goal, but rather the means to a meaningful end. After all, you can’t take your money with you when you leave this world
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    The people judging you by the things you have aren’t people you should be concerned with
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    His recommendation is: 40 percent in long-term government bonds; 30 percent in stocks like the S&P 500; 15 percent in intermediate-term government bonds; 7.5 percent in commodities; and 7.5 percent in gold.

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