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1 Mar 2002
Provides state–of–the–art coverage for the researcher confronted with designing and executing a simulation study using continuous multivariate distributions. Concise writing style makes the book accessible to a wide audience. Well–known multivariate distributions are described, emphasizing a few representative cases from each distribution. Coverage includes Pearson Types II and VII elliptically contoured distributions, Khintchine distributions, and the unifying class for the Burr, Pareto, and logistic distributions. Extensively illustrated––the figures are unique, attractive, and reveal very nicely what distributions ``look like.′′ Contains an extensive and up–to–date bibliography culled from journals in statistics, operations research, mathematics, and computer science.
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  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Unabridged edition (1 Mar 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743520408
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743520409
  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 13.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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The author of the rags-to-riches real estate bestseller Nothing Down for the '90s presents advice drawn from 20 years of writing and promoting get-rich books through seminars, infomercials, and home-study courses. In Multiple Streams of Income, Robert G. Allen shows you how to create income with little or no investment. Says Allen: "Today, very few families can survive on less than two streams of income. In the volatile future, you will need a portfolio of income streams--not one or two--but many streams from completely different and diversified sources."

Beginning with advice on controlling spending and increasing savings, Allen hits his stride in chapters on stock market and property investing. He draws on the investment advice of others, including Peter Lynch, and even suggests that you invest in Berkshire Hathaway and let Warren Buffett manage your money. Allen also shares his property strategies for finding motivated sellers, and securing creative financing. Additional chapters cover multilevel-network marketing, information and product licensing, and marketing on the Internet. Throughout are checklists, work sheets, and testimonials, as well as pointers to more articles and materials on the author's Web site. It's useful to have so much information so concisely and well explained, and many who read this book will find it hard to resist implementing one, if not several, of Allen's recommended income strategies. --Scott Harrison, Amazon.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Would you like multiple streams of lifetime income flowing into your life?If you answered "YES!", then you will profit from Robert G. Allen's new book, Multiple Streams of Income. In these pages, the bestselling author of the #1 megahits Nothing Down and Creating Wealth will teach you how to create Multiple Streams of Lifetime Cash Flow. You'll learn 10 revolutionary new methods for generating over $100,000 a year-on a part-time basis, working from your home, using little or none of your own money. Bestselling financial author and mentor Robert Allen has researched hundreds of income-producing opportunities and narrowed them down to 10 surefire moneymakers for the new millennium. Now, with his no-nonsense money book Multiple Streams of Income, Allen reports the overwhelming evidence of his findings. You will learn:*How to retire wealthy on a dollar a day *How to earn an extra million in your lifetime*The 9 characteristics of the ideal home-based business*Low-risk ways to double your money in the stock market-FAST!*9 ways to find super real estate bargains *How to earn 18%, 36%, and up to 50% returns on your investments-guaranteed *How to earn as much as $1,000 a day right from your own home*How to profit from the Internet explosion*How to become an information multimillionaire*How to cash in on the secrets of intellectual property*And much, much moreYou'll learn how to make a fortune. You'll also learn how to keep it, using ingenious tax-sheltering strategies designed to help you keep much more of the wealth you create. Multiple Streams of Income is the result of a lifetime of research and experience in teaching thousands of people how to achieve financial freedom. And now it's your turn. In this book, you'll learn how one good deal can set you up for life.HERE'S WHAT SOME OF THE WORLD'S MOST TRUSTED ADVISORS ARE SAYING ABOUT MULTIPLE STREAMS OF INCOME"The whole idea of Multiple Streams of Income will be a powerful paradigm shift for most people. Bob Allen then gives practical and beautifully illustrated knowledge on how to do it. Mastering financial principles is an important habit in life because it gives us the freedom to focus on what matters most. A valuable read."--Dr. Stephen R. Covey,Author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People"If you're ready to have the money just keep rolling in, read Multiple Streams of Income by Robert Allen. Bob knows how to share his lifetime of learning, compressed in an easy-to-read, easy-to-absorb, and easy-to-use format."--Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, Authors of the Chicken Soup for the Soul(r) series"I have tremendous respect for Robert Allen's ability to teach people how to make a lot of money. His latest book, Multiple Streams of Income, contains a wealth of information."--Robert T. Kiyosaki, Author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and CEO of Cash Flow Technologies"Multiple Streams of Income is a wise investment! Robert Allen once again delivers us the simple and sound advice that quenches our thirst for healthy economic prosperity."--Ken Blanchard, Coauthor of The One Minute Manager"Multiple Streams of Income is an incredible book! You will learn more practical ideas to make money, keep the money you make and become financially independent in this book than in any other single source. It is a financial success bible for the twenty-first century."--Brian Tracy, Author of The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success"One idea that Robert Allen gave me added an additional stream of over $100,000 in our income. Think what 18 chapters full of innovative, no-nonsense strategies can do for you! Read Multiple Streams of Income and reap the harvest."--Dr. Denis Waitley, Author of The Psychology of Winning --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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281 of 289 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mostly Sound Advice with Overstated Claims 27 April 2001
By A Customer
Format:Hardcover
In this book, Mr. Allen gives you an overview of the key principles behind creating more sources of income. He claims to focus on opportunities on a "part-time basis," from "your own home," "using little or none of your own money," "with few or no employees," "using simple, proven systems that really work." In many cases, he describes the success that the most successful one percent will enjoy as though that is what you should expect. In other cases, he encourages you to pursue paths that could cause you to lose lots of money. Be careful!
The section on the benefits of regular investing and compound interest is one of the very best I have seen. It shows how as little as a dollar a day invested can be turned into a million dollars over a lifetime. That is followed by 50 ways to save $50 a month so you'll be able to make these investments.
He then has a good section on the money skills you need: "value" money; "control" money; "save" money; "invest" money; "make" money; "shield" money; and "share" money for worthwhile purposes (your legacy). I agree that each of these areas needs work. I do think that the "control" and "shield" sections are overdone for the average person. They are more an indication of personality that is compulsive than of necessary steps. I have known hundreds of people who have achieved financial security through their own efforts, and none of them to my knowledge employed more than a small amount of what is described in those two sections.
I also liked his "moneytree" concept for what kind of a stream of income you should try to build.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a blueprint but still a classic 3 Aug 2010
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Before people get upset that I am giving a great author only 3 stars, please understand that this relates to a British audience and comparable books. You can look at my other reviews to see that I write for the readers benefit to differentiate good from brilliant. Robert Allen covers involved financial subjects in an organised and straightforward manner. The book was always going to date quickly but there are links to his website which would no doubt keep you in touch with his latest thinking. Robert Allen gathers in the wisdom of other writers and has won massive worldwide respect for his no money down property techniques that have undoubtedly created millionaires. However, as the information is largely written for an American audience, the tax and property laws will differ although the thinking behind it still has relevance. The reader might, like myself, skip over certain American content but be careful not to miss the 10 minute millionaire and the balancing act. In particular, his time management observations are very good. I liked FTF which distinguighed fun things first, from fast things first, from feared things first. Also somehow he knew that when I do my to do list if I do something that wasn't on the list I write it on to give myself the satisfaction of crossing it off. David Bach covers investing better in that he makes a more persuasive argument for the benefits. Janet Switzer (Instant Income)covers ways of generating income more comprehensively. Also Robert Allen co authored One Minute millionaire. See my review. This is a good secondhand buy but needs to be part of a wider reading experience.
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727 of 744 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mostly Sound Advice with Overstated Claims 21 April 2001
By Donald Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
In this book, Mr. Allen gives you an overview of the key principles behind creating more sources of income. He claims to focus on opportunities on a "part-time basis," from "your own home," "using little or none of your own money," "with few or no employees," "using simple, proven systems that really work." In many cases, he describes the success that the most successful one percent will enjoy as though that is what you should expect. In other cases, he encourages you to pursue paths that could cause you to lose lots of money. Be careful!
The section on the benefits of regular investing and compound interest is one of the very best I have seen. It shows how as little as a dollar a day invested can be turned into a million dollars over a lifetime. That is followed by 50 ways to save $50 a month so you'll be able to make these investments.
He then has a good section on the money skills you need: "value" money; "control" money; "save" money; "invest" money; "make" money; "shield" money; and "share" money for worthwhile purposes (your legacy). I agree that each of these areas needs work. I do think that the "control" and "shield" sections are overdone for the average person. They are more an indication of personality that is compulsive than of necessary steps. I have known hundreds of people who have achieved financial security through their own efforts, and none of them to my knowledge employed more than a small amount of what is described in those two sections.
I also liked his "moneytree" concept for what kind of a stream of income you should try to build. I do think he makes it sound much easier than it is. I have personal experience with most of these areas, and I thought that they each took a lot of work, strain, and sweat. I also had to put significant financial resources into them before I was done.
The stock investment section is pretty good until he starts talking about buying calls. Don't do it. His advice on buying indexed, no-load mutual funds is good, but he veers off into encouraging sector funds. Don't do it unless you are very knowledgeable.
I thought the real estate section was good, but he makes it sound easier than it is to handle the human interactions necessary to get the real estate with no money down and to do the renting and fix up. Many people would find it excrutiating to do those things. Someone with a lot of emotional intelligence would find it fun. Don't forget that needed repairs can put quite a dent in your wallet, as can having deadbeat tenants (or no tenants).
The tax lien section is pretty good, and more people should look into that.
I thought the network marketing section was woeful. Yes, celebrities have an easy time with network marketing. Are you a celebrity?
I think that licensing will be too tough for most people, although it was a good idea to have it here. This is more appealing for people who are lawyers.
I wish it were as easy to make money from writing a book as he suggests.
The tax material was decent, if a little light.
Overall, Mr. Allen seems to have a need to show off. He likes to tell about his personal successes. I agree that he is a talented man. And I agree that I am not as talented as he is in these areas. So why should I try to follow his advice? Most things require skill or knowledge to do well. If he looked for things that 90 percent of the people succeed in earning a good income from with limited risk, this would have been a great book. But he keeps wanting to pull rabbits out of a hat, by describing places where a few will make a killing while most will get killed. A good example is the section on building an Internet business.
I do recommend that you read the book. But check out the ideas for their difficulty to implement, and their risk, before choosing ones to do. Generally, simpler, safer, and easier are better. If you did everything he suggests, you would have a very complicated life just taking care of your finances.
Before reading this or any other investment book, I suggest that you think through how your would like to spend your time on achieving and retaining financial security. Then, as you read this and other books, check out the ideas to see how well they coincide with your idea of what you like to do. Reject those that push you in directions that are uncomfortable for you. You probably won't follow through, or will do it badly, or will feel lousy all the time. Money just isn't worth making yourself unhappy for.
Keep money in perspective in terms of your goals for a wonderful life!
146 of 150 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Caveat Emptor 10 Feb 2003
By S. Sterling - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
The book is just a gloss-over summary of ways to make money through various sources. Nothing original. Some ideas are worth pursuing, others I wouldn't touch. You're better off getting books that are in-depth.
What is disturbing is that the book contained a flyer promoting Allen's Protege' Training. His Rep said to first get a credit card that would be used to capitalise my business I would start under their tutelage. She seemed disappointed I could only get $4,000 credit limit, but hyped up an interview with their 'Executive Director' who would decide whether or not I'd be accepted into their protege club. After a basic interview, their Executive Director stated I should charge the $3,995 tuition to my credit card. I confronted him about the Rep's statement that the credit card was specifically to be used to finance the start-up of my business. He said the Rep was wrong and that I needed to seek capital partners to finance my business. Since the Rep had been working for Allen for two years and the Executive Director for four years, one of them wasn't being truthful. It was a classic bait & switch to get my money.
I had two friends go through the same interview. One claimed to have a credit limit of $4,500 and one a limit of $5,000. The friend with the limit of $4,500 was quoted a tuition of $4,495 and the friend with the credit limit of $5,000 was quoted a tuition of $4,995.
Also, I asked the director why I needed the protege' course if the book was so wonderfully instructional. He said the book is not really a step-by-step 'How-To' (despite its deceptive sub-title) and that, just as I couldn't learn brain surgery by reading a manual, I couldn't really be generating money by Allen's book without his protege' program.
I say: BUYER BEWARE!
160 of 170 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Packed with useful information 13 Sep 2001
By stella wainwright - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Robert Allen has wrtten a excellent book on creating diverse streams of income. From basic network marketing to tax liens, discounted mortgages amd franchising.If you are interested in diversifying your income or a career change, this book could be your ticket.I also suggest Cashing in on Cash Flow by Laurence Pino for even more cash flow strategies.
257 of 277 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Residual Income - future income off past efforts 28 May 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
J. Paul Getty said it many years ago; "I would rather earn 1% off the efforts of 100 people than 100% off the efforts of myself."Michael Gerber says pretty much the same thing in his excellent book "The E-Myth"Network marketing as espoused in Multiple Streams of Income by Robert G. Allen offers you the opportunity to not only earn off the efforts of man other people, but create an income stream that will last your life and your heirs as well.Tax leins are another powerful strategy recommended by Bob Allen, only because they work. No tax leins may not be available in your state. But so what? You can buy tax liens through the mail or travel to other states. The up to 50% yields make tax liens worth your time to invest in.My only two gripes with Bob Allen are the reommendations for universal life policies and options trading. There are better tax deffered plans than a universal life policy and options are tricky.I believe that for the aerage person, network marketing, mutual funds, tax leins, discounted mortgages and real estate offer the best return with little or no risk involved. Leave the stock market to the gamblers.If you lke this book, I suggest you also read the 16% Solution, The E-Myth and Turner, Turner, Turner: The King of Network Marketing.
73 of 76 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I'd buy it..In fact I did and I love it! 10 April 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Multiple Streams of Income is a very powerful book with lots of information to take you where ever you want to go. I bought the hardback copy about 4 years ago and was quite impressed to have made money in mutuals while just about everybodyelse lost money.
I have been using the Pro Funds Ultra and Short Funds switching back and forth based on moving average indicators. I have also used the Cooper Covered Call Strategy and option strategy covered in this book and have continued to make money since 2000 while the market averages as a whole have been down.
In addition, I have also used the tax lien stratgy both to invest in tax liens and to buy real estate property for literally pennies on the dollar.
Network marketing? Just check out the stock performance of USANA to determine how powerful this concept is and how well network ma rketing companies have been doing while other industries are shutting down. If you think USANA was a fluke then check out Nu Skin, Natures Bounty or other publicly traded MLM companies. Network marketing has exploded while other industries have imploded. Folks, MLM works and once again Robert Allen was absolutely correct in promoting this concept way back before the fact.
Interesting that Allen is always disputed and always prooves his detracters wrong. Thank you Robert. I let my ex boss and all the people I used to work with when I used to work a J-O-B how much I don't miss that RUT and how much I LOVE the FREEDOM that I now enjoy.
Multiple Streams of Income is a very powerful book if used and applied.
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