Risk Management and
Asset Protection for
by Vernon K. Jacobs
and N. Richard Fox
Asset Protection for Investors
How to protect your portfolio from
market cycles, business cycles, government interference,
unscrupulous brokers, incompetent advisors, income and estate taxes and
the litigation epidemic.
|An "amateur" investor is one
who is working and does not have the time to monitor and manage an
investment portfolio on a daily basis. The portfolio risk management
methods used by professional investors (such as trailing stop
losses, put or call options and other methods) require constant
attention, enormous discipline and a lot of time. Even then, they aren't always profitable.
Even if the non-professional investor had the time to devote to the
management of his investments, who should he believe?
investment advisors argue that the stock market will soon begin a new
upward climb. Other experts claim we are
in the early stages of a long term deflationary bear market and the
stock market won't recover for many years. Still other experts
argue that the government is again embarking on massive deficit
financing and that hyper-inflation will soon be with us.
Who to believe? What is an investor to do?
Risk Management for Amateur Investors by Vernon
K. Jacobs and N. Richard Fox describes a unique system of risk control
for investors who are more concerned about the return OF their
investment than about the return ON their investment.
First, this book describes a system of asset diversification that is
designed to minimize the chance that an investor will be wiped out by a
market crash, the end of a market cycle, con artists, greedy
brokers or even well-meaning advisors who are not really qualified to
offer investment or tax advice.
Second, this book describes how to increase the real rate of return
after taxes by means of safe methods of tax deferral and/or legal tax
Third, this book provides a plain English guide to protecting your
investment portfolio from the litigation epidemic in the U.S.
Fourth, this book provides guidance to investors on how to do "due
diligence" to investigate an investment before they invest their money.
Finally, this book explains how an investor can find an investment, tax
and legal advisor they can trust.
This book is NOT about how to make indecent returns on an investment
portfolio or how to get rich quick in the stock market. Most of the
people who promise easy money for investors are crooks or seriously
deranged. Investors lose far more money due to bad investments than to
lawsuits -- and this book offers practical help on how to
protect your savings from bad advice or from a wide range of real
hazards that face today's investors -- including predatory lawsuits.
Vernon Jacobs& Rick Fox
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