Rescue Your Money

How to Invest Your Money During these Tumultuous Times

Rescue Your Money

New York Times bestselling author and investment guru Ric Edelman offers no-nonsense, practical advice for how to keep your investments safe no matter what the economic climate. With a cheerful tone that will boost even the most panicked investor's spirit, Edelman reveals the best investments you can make right now.

If you're scared or confused about how to handle your investments and fed up with “advice” from brokers, advisors, and media darlings that has cost you huge sums and placed your financial security at risk, the cure is in your hands.

Ric Edelman, an award-winning advisor with more than two decades of experience, reveals the one investment goal you should have, the two obstacles you'll face, and why you've been failing with your investment strategies. Above all, he shares the secret to successful investing—and even includes a special section for those who are already retired.

-Rescue yourself from the pain of watching your life savings go down the drain.
-Regain the confidence that your investments can provide you with lifelong financial security and prosperity.
-Get a great night's sleep by not having to lie awake worrying about your investments.

More Books from this Author

The Truth About Retirement Plans and IRAs
The Lies About Money

About the Author

Ric Edelman
Steven Biver

Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman, one of the nation’s best-known and most successful financial advisors, is a New York Times bestselling author with a weekly PBS television show and WABC radio program, as well as a nationally syndicated column. He serves as the resident financial expert for The Dr. Oz Show and is a regular contributor to Financial Advisor and Inc.com. Barron’s has ranked him the “#1 Independent Financial Advisor” in the nation on three separate occasions. His firm, Edelman Financial Services LLC, handles nearly sixteen billion dollars in assets for Americans across the country, winning over 100 awards from business, advisory, communication, and community service sectors in the process. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia. You can visit him at RicEdelman.com.

BECOME A FAN

Explore

CONNECT WITH US