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Overcome the Greed Factor By Richard Heinrich
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This ebook is the culmination of over a decade of serious study and trading in the stock market. Many study technicals and fundamentals of stocks, yet psychology plays a huge role in succeeding in... More > the stock market< Less
Overcome the Greed Factor for Sales Professionals By Richard Heinrich
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This booklet is the culmination of over a decade of serious study, and performing sales in the marketplace. Many learn about techniques and fundamentals of specific sales systems, yet personal... More > psychology plays a huge role in succeeding in the sales profession. That is because sales is not a battle between buyer and seller, it is a battle with oneself. It is the intention of this booklet to help you become more aware of yourself, and become a better salesperson.< Less
The Aftermath of Greed: Get Ready For The Coming Inflationary Boom By H. L. Quist
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In April, 2005, H. L. Quist forecasted that the "Greenspan Plan" to stimulate the US economy would implode causing the real estate and credit meltdown experienced in 2007 and 2008. The... More > nation is now witnessing the AFTERMATH of the Federal Reserve's flawed strategy to promote all forms of consumer borrowing and spending. As the US and much of the world grapples with the prospect of a recession or worse, a depression, H. L. Quist makes another bold forecast in GREED. The author builds a case for the possibility of an INFLATIONARY "CRACK-UP BOOM" in the near-term future. In the event that this BOOM occurs, unique opportunities and pitfalls will arise. A must read for anyone concerned about their future and their money. H. L. Quist is also the author of three other books. www.lulu.com/hlquist< Less
The Aftermath of Greed: Get Ready For The Coming Inflationary Boom By H. L. Quist
eBook (ePub): $9.99
In April, 2005, H. L. Quist forecasted that the "Greenspan Plan" to stimulate the US economy would implode causing the real estate and credit meltdown experienced in 2007 and 2008. The... More > nation is now witnessing the AFTERMATH of the Federal Reserve's flawed strategy to promote all forms of consumer borrowing and spending. As the US and much of the world grapples with the prospect of a recession or worse, a depression, H. L. Quist makes another bold forecast in GREED. The author builds a case for the possibility of an INFLATIONARY "CRACK-UP BOOM" in the near-term future. In the event that this BOOM occurs, unique opportunities and pitfalls will arise. A must read for anyone concerned about their future and their money. H. L. Quist is also the author of three other books. www.lulu.com/hlquist< Less
The Aftermath of Greed: Get Ready For The Coming Inflationary Boom By H. L. Quist
eBook (PDF): $9.95
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In April, 2005, H. L. Quist forecasted that the "Greenspan Plan" to stimulate the US economy would implode causing the real estate and credit meltdown experienced in 2007 and 2008. The... More > nation is now witnessing the AFTERMATH of the Federal Reserve's flawed strategy to promote all forms of consumer borrowing and spending. As the US and much of the world grapples with the prospect of a recession or worse, a depression, H. L. Quist makes another bold forecast in GREED. The author builds a case for the possibility of an INFLATIONARY "CRACK-UP BOOM" in the near-term future. In the event that this BOOM occurs, unique opportunities and pitfalls will arise. A must read for anyone concerned about their future and their money. H. L. Quist is also the author of three other books. www.lulu.com/hlquist< Less
For the Love of Money By Brian Doswell
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A collection of interlinked short stories exploring the world of banking and greed among investment bankers and the effect they have on the people they use along the way.
Two Stories - Gears of a Pocket Watch - The Rotting Root of Greed - By Jorge Torrez
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In Gears of a pocket Watch there is a world dedicated to the dearly departed where rules and regulations pretty much exist just as they do in the realm of the living guarded by Death or aka the Grim... More > Reaper. As one man in particular, has indirectly made the Reaper's job especially difficult in ensnaring the man's soul. Thus, the man's stubbornness for lack of a better term, places Reaper's perfect harvest of soul's record in jeopardy. In The Rotting Root of Evil, two men find themselves scrapping from the bottom of life's barrel. Both of them engaged not just in soul searching, but also for a one-way ticket ride out of their downtrodden existence. They are spurred on throughout their hellish reality by their own exasperated obsession with the eighty-proof bottle of highly intoxicating spirits. In the end, for one of these men the call for easy money inspires and blossoms from within a great evil smothered in greed absconding one of them to the point of no return.< Less
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FOR THE LOVE OF MONEY By Cusack 5239
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A thesis on how the West has slowly succumbed by greed to end the greatest civilization ever.
Credit & Money By Dave DeKeesh
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Money and Credit are important to any economy and the foremost expert is: Ludwig von Mises Austrian Economist He foretold the Great Depression is yet to come to America: Even more devastating than... More > the one in the 1920's-1930's due to irrational Economic Policy of Printing Money. von Mises pg 14 (The Government) "chooses inflation and credit expansion although he knows that the boom they create is short-lived and must inevitably end in a slump. He may even boast of his neglect of the long-run effects. In the long run, he repeats, we are all dead; it is only the short run that counts. "But the question is, how long will the short run last? It seems that statesmen and politicians have considerably over-rated the duration of the short run." War, famine and economic carnage will ensue on unprecedented scale from Bankers Corruption and untold Greed. < Less