Discover the Wealth Within You: A Financial Plan For Creating a Rich and Fulfilling Life

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Harper Collins, Jul 13, 2010 - Self-Help - 400 pages
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Achieve a Healthy, Balanced, and Richly Rewarding Life!

Have your goals and dreams gotten lost in your daily struggle to earn and provide for your family?

If so, join Ric Edelman on a journey to self-discovery and personal fulfillment. In Discover the Wealth Within You, he shows you how to choose fun, enriching ... and rewarding goals and gives you a simple, straightforward plan for achieving them.

You'll discover how easy it is to create wealth, once you're headed in the right direction. After using Ric's work sheets to help you get started, you'll embark on a detailed exploration of personal investing and discover Ric's formula for creating a plan to achieve your goals, build your financial future ... and finance your dream.

 

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Contents

You Cant Tell the Cabbie What You Dont Know
9
Meet Three Inspirational Women
12
Steps to Successful GoalSetting
25
Easy Steps Toward Realizing Your Goals
43
Parts of the World to Visit
58
Types of Places to Visit
75
Questions to Answer about Your Goals
95
To Learn About Turn to Page
98
Why Is Bill Gates the Richest Man in the World?
210
The Four Ways You Can Buy Your Investments
233
Four Ways You Can Buy Investments
237
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255
Problems with Morningstar
278
How to Pick Mutual Funds
281
Is It Just Me or Is It Hot in Here?
282
How Most People Pick Their Funds 259
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Three Things You Can Control
108
One Omission That Could Ruin Your Plan
122
Choosing Investments for Your Financial Plan?
139
Three Steps to Making a Cake
142
A Bird in Hand
146
Moving Beyond OneFlavor Cakes
155
The Dangers of Eating Todays Special
161
Stock Market Sectors
183
Bake a Cake Using Rics Recipe
205
Youre Not Convinced 112
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Should You Bake Cakes or Cupcakes?
313
How Many Funds Do You Need?
315
Should You Rely on Active or Passive Management?
333
Choosing Between Taxable and TaxDeferred
349
Conclusion
355
About the Author
362
Index
369
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About the author (2010)

Ric Edelman is Barron's #1 independent financial advisor, the bestselling author of seven books on personal finance, and host of The Ric Edelman Show, heard on radio stations nationwide. Ric's firm, Edelman Financial Services, manages $5 billion in assets and has been helping people achieve financial success for twenty-five years.

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