The Next Big Investment Boom

The Next Big Investment Boom

Learning the Secrets of Investing From A Master and How to Profit From Commodities

Book - 2006
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Mark Shipman is a professional investor - who hopes to educate the general public about the dangers of entrusting their money and financial futures to just any so-called 'investment professional'. The other aim of his book is to introduce readers to an investment trend that he believes is going to dominate the world over the next decade - that of commodities such as coffee, cocoa, and crude oil. However, the book is intended to help readers to invest - not to help them trade. Shipman believes that long-term investing is generally less stressful and usually more financially rewarding. He has learnt that it is far easier to profit from an investment's progress over months and years than it is over the next few days, hours or even minutes. This book also studies the forthcoming rise in the price of commodities - which will mean the return of high inflation and ultimately the return of high interest rates. But, Shipman insists, if readers participate in the forthcoming commodity boom, they can protect themselves from the effects of high inflation and make some serious money. Shipman predicts that tomorrow's new millionaires will make their fortunes, not from technology, software, the Internet or property, but from commodities and commodity related business.
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Kogan Page, 2006
ISBN: 9780749445775
0749445777
Branch Call Number: 332.644 Shipman
Characteristics: x, 179 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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