3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book has confirmed me once more that the way for wealth is to abandon employee-types of work and focus your energy to create passive income in many different ways.
Nothing new here, many other authors express the same concept even in a better way.
The good part of the book is that Allen "touches" very different ways of creating streams of income.
I believe the verb "to touch" is very appropriate in this case because the author just mention that these ways, these ideas exist but he does not go into details at all on how to implement them.
In conclusion, if you just want to get some ideas on what you could and should do to create multiple stream of income,… Read more
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book takes a very negative view of the market and the role of brokers and dealers always ready, according to the author, to steal from the amateurs.
Silvani thinks that the only way to win in the forex market is to know the dealers' tricks and try to exloit them.
The first part of the book is about the structure of the market and traps waiting for amateur traders.
The second part of the book shows some of the strategies used by the author.
While I do not share Silvani's view and I am able to successfully trade "normally", I think it is always useful to consider differents point of you which broaden your understanding of the subject.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Initially when I read the introduction I thought this book would be little too technical for me. Then I completely changed my mind and I'll tell you why.
The other books I read on positive thinking did not explain me how to do my thinking exercises, I didn't know the wrong implications of doing the incorrect thoughts, etc.
Or if they did teach me how to do it, it was not working for me. Here's an example:
Some boooks tell you to think using the present tense because they want you to feel that experience as already yours. The concept is not bad and it could work. But what's the problem with it? The problem is that when you think "I'm rich, I'm healthy, I'm whatever you… Read more