New Book Shows Readers How to Secure Their Economic Futures

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Karl Gittelman provides invaluable financial advice in ‘A Nation of Millionaires’.

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It is a modern American tragedy to end one’s working career with little or no savings or investments, becoming totally dependent on social security, whose future is in some doubt. In his new book, “A Nation of Millionaires”, author Karl B. Gittelman shows readers everywhere how to avoid this by using long term investments to make their retirements much more comfortable without having to invest huge sums of money and modest investing.

The book evolved out of Gittelman’s famous “Millionaires” class, in which he taught high school students how they could become millionaires using the powerful tools of long-term investing. This book details how every young person in America can achieve wealth if they only understand the power of compound rates of return, stock market investing, and time. With great detail, it shows exactly how, when, and where everyone can achieve amazing returns on modest investments over long periods of time.

Through Gittelman’s advice, readers will learn how to invest early and invest smartly in order to secure their futures. The invisible hand of the free market will reward the efforts of those who play the game patiently.

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About the Author

Karl B. Gittelman, PhD, is the author of Understanding Economic Thought and Public Policy. Dr. Gittelman has had a varied career in business and has been studying investing and investing for over sixty years. He taught Economics in graduate school and high school for almost twenty years. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Jo Ann.

A Nation of Millionaires * by Karl Gittelman
Publication Date: November 13, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 396 pages; 978-1-4931-2129-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 396 pages; 978-1-4931-2130-4
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-2131-1

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