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Book Review: ‘Growth to Exponential Income’ by Robert Naguszewski

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GrowthToExponentialIncomeIn Growth to Exponential Income, Robert Naguszewski describes an investment plan that goes against current market trends: buy stocks that most other investors are selling. His presentation is stimulating, thought-provoking, informative, and interesting.

In the 10 short chapters of his book Growth to Exponential Income, Dr. Naguszewski magnifies and simplifies the paradigm shift produced by his earlier book, Compound Yield: The Investors Edge in a Traders World.

To get the maximum benefit from Dr. Naguszewski’s work, the reader will need to access the Internet while considering the material discussed in the book, have a basic understanding of investment terms, and have some experience in trading on the stock market.

Dr. Naguszewski walks through a detailed case study which includes calculations, examples, and with graphs tracking divergence coupling, and extrapolating compound yield. By the end of chapter one, I realized that I should also read the information included in his earlier book to fully understand the focus of the foundational principles for increasing yield. However, I found myself already intrigued with the potential for building my investment portfolio.

Step by step, Dr. Naguszewski instructs the reader using detailed scenarios managing investments through the market trends, while building for your retirement. He includes approaches to fundamental analysis, talks about avoiding greed, the value of the dollar, long-term vision, and basic tools needed by the wise investor.

Because of the dynamic state of the Internet some website addresses may have changed. The views are the opinion of the author and must be used carefully. As with any investment plan, there is a risk involved.

Dr. Naguszewski writes for freethinking, responsible individuals, small investors, who are resilient and have a strong desire for exercising individuality. Growth to Exponential Income shows the reader how to design an investment plan, how to stick with the plan, avoid deviating, and understand cutting edge investment potential.

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  • Dr Joseph S Maresca

    In addition, there are the “Forever Stocks” much touted on the internet. These stocks are supposed to have an upward trajectory over time.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/moneybuilder/2013/11/28/5-stocks-to-buy-and-hold-forever/

  • bliffle

    I suppose it’s normal, these days, to misuse mathematical terms like ‘exponential’ to attempt to add a patina of elegance to shabby ideas that even the author misunderstands. Ho hum. I guess that language misusers wore out ‘literally’ and must now pursue the degradation of some other word. What will be next?