With over 5000 copies sold, Jim has been helping people sleep better at night with a book about conservative investing. Seven Strategies to Guarantee Your investments is the perfect book for investors who are discouraged by the volatility of the stock market. If your portfolio has taken a beating, then this book will teach you why it is important to guarantee your investments and how to enhance your returns but still play it safe. This book is for the truly conservative investor.
Great Reviews from the experts
"Easy to read and understand, Jim Yih makes a compelling case for investing in GICs and how to get the best bang for your bucks." - Bruce Cohen, Author of The Pension Puzzle
"Jim Yih explains why guaranteed investments deserve a place in your portfolio and ho to choose the right products for you. No fancy footwork as he carefully outlines your options" - Ellen Roseman, Personal Finance Columnist at the Toronto Star and Author of Money 101 and Money 201
"Jim Yih's book is sensible, practical and ways to read. Yih offers a nice combination of basic material for novices and a shrewed insight for more experienced investors. I especially appreciate the case studies as well as the historical perspectives on investment performance. I can find little to argue with as he lays out his seven strategies approach. Nice Job!" - Don Wall, National Editor, Forever Young
"Starting with he basics and moving to the intricacies of guaranteed investing, Jim provides valuable information in a style that's accessible and friendly. This book is an excellent guide for anyone looking to get the most from their conservative investments." - June Yee, Financial Editor, 50Plus Magazine
"Jim has a terrific ability to complex information and make it understandable for everyone. This will be a great resource for everyone interested in financial instruments. I highly recommend this book as good reading." - Brian Ironside, retired Vice President, Manulife Financial
"I was amazed at the depth there is to conservative investing. The first question one must ask is "Where was this book in 2000, when it could have saved us a lot of grief? And secondly: Will we remember its lessons, so we are never afraid to open our investment statements again?" - Ray Turchansky, Personal Finance Columnist, Edmonton Journal and CanWest papers.
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