More Wealth Without Risk: How to Develop a Personal Fortune Without Going Out on a Limb

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Simon & Schuster, 1991 - Business & Economics - 599 pages
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The man who broke all the records for bestselling financial self-help books is set to do it all over again. Bigger and even better, this revised edition of Wealth Without Risk has 100 new pages and 60 new low-risk strategies that reveal how to turn a paycheck or other income into a personal fortune.

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Charles J. Givens is an entrepreneur, investor, lecturer, television and radio personality, self-made millionaire, bestselling author, and now a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist as well. He runs the largest and most successful financial planning and educational organization in the world, with 360,000 members: The Charles J. Givens Organization. Mr. Givens lives with his wife, Adena, in Orlando, Florida.

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