Millionaire Fingers Banking Criminals, Solves Global Financial Crisis

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Financial Trader announces solution to U.S. and global financial crisis repeatedly forecast in its public market reports; One-Hour Milllionaire book shows how to perform forensic analysis of bankers, how to solve debt crisis, how to survive lurching economy; also how to identify if Fannie Mae (FNM), American International Group, Inc. (AIG), Citigroup, Inc. (C), Hartford Financial Services (HIG), Genworth Financial, Inc. (GNW), and other U.S. and global financial institutions are engaged in criminal activity.

Financial Trader announces release of new book, One-Hour Millionaire, which provides simple solutions to the U.S. and global financial crisis repeatedly forecast in its public market reports.

A sixty-minute read, the One-Hour Millionaire answers in lay terms questions that stump today's leaders:

How to solve a personal debt crisis, national debt crisis, and corporate debt crisis?

How to perform forensic analysis of criminal behavior by bankers, financiers, and government officials?

How to identify if Fannie Mae (FNM), American International Group, Inc. (AIG), Citigroup, Inc. (C), Hartford Financial Services (HIG), Genworth Financial, Inc. (GNW), and other U.S. and global financial institutions are engaged in criminal activity?

Timeless, humorous, and immensely practical, the One-Hour Millionaire is also required reading for the "art of money getting."

Financial guru and multi-millionaire Barnum condenses a lifetime of business experience in a mere seventy pages, simple enough to be used by a novice, powerful enough to pilot solutions for the current crisis.

A financial classic to be read and reread as the economy lurches into the future, the One-Hour Millionaire has been modernized and annotated by the Financial Trader research team.

Available December 1, 2008. Order now at
One-Hour Millionaire

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