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REV UP your Investment IQ
Get a detailed report on your investment habits and strategies ... compared to those of Buffett, Icahn and Soros.

Discover Your Investment Personality
Make more money by finding the investment style that fits your personality best.

Do you commit any of the 7 Deadly Investment Sins... widely-held investment beliefs that are hazardous to your wealth. Beliefs that Master Investors like Buffett, Icahn and Soros emphatically do NOT share.

BONUS!
“My Favorite Wealth-Building Secret”
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ONE of the 23 Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros stands out so much that if that’s the only one you adopt, you can kiss the days of losing money in the markets goodbye forever. I call it "My Favorite Wealth-Building Secret" and if you’ve read The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros, I’d like you to have this Special Report as a “thank you” from me.

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Jobs for Everyone
How minimum wages cause unemployment and welfare results in misery
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Bird Flu? Bird Schmoo!! Worried about the H5N1 bird flu virus causing a pandemic? The scientific evidence suggests the media scare that the H5N1 virus will cause a pandemic is mostly hype. Read on

A Society Without Goverment that Works? Where but in science fiction, the literature of the imagination, can we skim across the surface of black holes, dive into the sun, and journey to the beginning, the end, and the edge of the universe... And visit a society without government that works?...see my introduction to Visions of Liberty

The Case of the “Reluctant” Virgin
At the age of 5, Soraya (not her real name) was circumcised, a common practice for Muslim girls in the country of her birth more >>

The Liberation of the Chinese Woman — and the Chinese Entrepreneur
How the free market freed women (and entrepreneurs) in Hong Kong more >>

How To Get A Second Passport
How To Get A
Second Passport

Read the report that started an industry — with some updated links to current information more >>

Classic Jokes
My collection of real humdingers — guaranteed to make you laugh.

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What’s Your Investment Personality?

The simplest way to become a better investor — and make more money — is to discover and focus on the investment style that suits you best. Here’s how you can discover yours.


Would you like to identify what kind of investor you are? Pinpoint the investment style that best suits your investment personality?

My unique Investor Personality Profile enables you to do just that.

In my book outlining the wealth-building secrets of the world’s master investors, The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros (titled Becoming Rich in hardcover in the United States) I identified three different investor archetypes I call The Analyst, The Trader and The Actuary.

Each takes an entirely different approach to the market, depending on his investment personality.

The Analyst is personified by Warren Buffett. He carefully thinks through all the implications of an investment before putting a single dime on the table.

The Trader
acts primarily from unconscious competence. This archetype, epitomized by George Soros, needs to have a “feel” for the market. He acts decisively, often on incomplete information, trusting his “gut feel,” supremely confident that he can always beat a hasty retreat.

The Actuary deals in numbers and probabilities. Like an insurance company he is focused on the overall outcome, totally unconcerned with any single event. The Actuarial investment strategy is, perhaps, best characterized by the legendary investor Benjamin Graham. It’s also the basis of most successful commodity trading systems.

Like all such characterizations, these three investor archetypes are mental constructs illustrating extreme tendencies. No individual is ever a perfect example of any single one. Indeed, the Master Investor has mastered the talents of all three.

Yet, like everyone else, he has a natural affinity with one of the three archetypes, and will tend to operate primarily from that perspective.

What’s yours? Knowing the answer is essential if you want to develop an investment style that you know is going to work for you.

Find out what kind of investor you are by completing my Investor Personality Profile. It will take you just a few moments. You’ll learn which archetype you have the greatest affinity for — plus guidance on how to capitalize on your strengths and correct any weaknesses.

Best of all, it’s absolutely free. No charge and no obligation.

To do it now, just click here.

 

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