Growing the Money Tree - Financial Freedom One Leaf at a Time

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According to author John Svazic’s newest book, “Growing the Money Tree,” getting rich isn’t the key to happiness -- achieving financial independence is. Drawing from more than a decade of experience in financial market trading, Svazic’s latest title seeks to help readers take control of their personal finances, set realistic goals and take the first step toward earning a passive income.

Four years after economists declared the end of the financial crisis spurred on by the housing bubble’s collapse in 2007, the stock market and foreign exchange (Forex) are back in full swing -- for brokers and super-rich investors, that is.

But what about for the rest of us?

The baby boomers are quickly approaching retirement age and have yet to replenish their 401k’s, leaving them with only a remnant of what they once had. Meanwhile, the rest of America looks toward the future warily at best; no matter what experts say, most middle class people simply aren't ready to take the risk.

“I might be going against the grain here, but I think now is a great time to start exploring the Forex as one avenue to take control of your finances; however, it’s never a good time to invest all of your money into any one thing,” explains Svazic, alluding to the need for financial diversification, one of the major themes in “Growing the Money Tree.”

Svazic’s terse style and matter-of-fact tone simplify the complexities of investing and teach readers how to take the first steps toward financial freedom; departing from Forex authors’ usual get-rich-quick diatribe, the book focuses on developing a passive income so that readers can start enjoying life to the fullest.

“Reading my book won’t get you rich. It’s not meant to. What it will do is help you learn how to use genetic algorithms, the Forex, mutual funds and other investment opportunities to make enough money to spend more time doing what you love and less time doing what you don’t,” Svazic contends.

For experienced traders, Svazic uses his formal education in artificial intelligence and over 17 years of experience as a professional software developer to delve deep into the merit of highly-technical AI algorithms and offers insight to how some of them can offer a competitive edge.

“I don’t want to be a millionaire,” clarifies Svazic, “I want to be a barista at my local Starbucks. If people only learn one thing from ‘Growing the Money Tree,’ I hope it’s that having a lot of money isn't what’s important. Having the financial freedom to decide to take your family on a vacation, take up a new hobby or land your dream job without regard to its pay - that's what really matters.”

About the book:
Do you have dreams of financial independence? Have you ever wanted money to grow on trees? What exactly is the appeal of working at a Starbucks? “Growing The Money Tree” takes on these questions in a friendly and casual way as well as introducing the reader to topics like the foreign exchange market, budgeting and goal setting to find financial independence for themselves. Drawing from personal experiences from the past 10 years, John shares what lessons he has learned as well as what strategies he has developed to help him grow his money tree.

About the Author:
John Svazic is the founder of ARM Trading, with over 10 years of experience trading the foreign exchange (Forex) market. A passionate AI enthusiast, John has married his two passions to help grow his money tree.

Publisher:
ARM Trading Press
950 Franklin Blvd, PO Box 33028
Cambridge, ON N1R 8R8

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