This book is a good guide for investors and ordinary people alike. You might think the technical data and graphs are a bit too much and boring like in a textbook on finance, but in fact they show the author's main points in a structured and systematic way. The illustrations, on the other hand, are like a bonus for the reader - sometimes a picture talks better than a certain number of words. Moreover, the chapter on philosophy of success and the other more general chapters talk volumes about people's common sense, everyday life, lifestyles, sound reasoning etc. I also liked the personal examples used in this book, which makes it more readable and personal on the whole. Finally, I would like to see a book on personal development and the 'human' side of it all by the same author, especially in time of world crisis and latest technology development, as the author shows he has the sufficient knowledge and experience for that. PS. I am pleased to have been given a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
After reading this book, I felt thoroughly ripped off. It is a very poor quality (in terms of format and typesetting) regurgitation of Robert Lichellos book which is the original and much cheaper. While this book does amend Lichellos ideas slightly, it is only slight. Having invested successfully using Lichellos method for a while now, and having read both books, I feel qualified to comment. The method is a very worthy one, but if you are considering it, buy Lichellos book.