Traders Reserve Launches "The Wealth Shield, A Wealth Management Guide: How to Invest and Protect Your Money from Stock Market Crashes"

Traders Reserve and the editors of TheWealthShield.com, have joined together to launch a new book entitled, The Wealth Shield, A Wealth Management Guide: How to Invest and Protect Your Money from Stock Market Crashes, Financial Crisis and Global Economic Collapses at no cost from April 27 to May 1, 2013, during the Amazon.com free promotional period. The book is a 6-Step Plan that teaches you how to invest and how to protect your money from another stock market collapse, financial crisis or global economic meltdown.

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Whether someone is a new investor or an experienced one, we want them to learn how to protect themselves from ongoing 'money threats,' without having to spend hundreds of dollars.

Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) April 28, 2013

Most investors today are unprepared to survive another stock market collapse, financial crisis or, worse, another global economic meltdown. Yet, despite the return of the stock market to all-time highs, and with the ongoing global economic uncertainty, too many investors are making the same mistakes when investing their money.

In their new book, “The Wealth Shield,” the editors of TheWealthShield.com, Jim Woods, John Hutchinson and Tom Essaye, educate and inform investors how to use a simple 6-Step Plan to protect their money and increase their wealth. "The Wealth Shield" is available for free on Amazon.com until May 1, during the Amazon.com free promotional period, and then the e-book is priced at $2.99. (Publisher, Traders Reserve, LLC, sold through Amazon.com Digital Services, Inc.)

John Hutchinson, portfolio manager for Traders Reserve says, "'The Wealth Shield' contains information every investor needs right now. Even if they can use only a few of the concepts in the book, the simple, 6-Step Plan will help investors weather any financial storm, protect their money, and avoid suffering huge portfolio losses. Whether someone is a new investor or an experienced one, we want to educate and inform investors how to increase their wealth through a smart, alternative, investment strategy."

The Wealth Shield, A Wealth Management Guide: How to Invest and Protect Your Money from Stock Market Crashes, Financial Crisis and Global Economic Collapses teaches investors how to use separate “Money Blocks” so they can: (1) Safeguard their money from crisis, collapse and economic uncertainty, (2) Protect their money against sticky-fingered governments taking more in new and hidden taxes, (3) Profit from the stock market with a new investing approach, and (4) Keep their assets liquid, so they can be easily converted to cash in any financial crisis.

In summary, The Wealth Shield strategy will protect investors’ portfolios with capital preservation; income; hard, liquid assets; and capital appreciation no matter which way the stock markets move, and no matter what happens in the economy. "The Wealth Shield, A Wealth Management Guide: How to Invest and Protect Your Money from Stock Market Crashes, Financial Crisis and Global Economic Collapses" is available through Amazon.com Digital Services, Inc.

For an interview with one of the authors, please call:
Darlene March – March Media Relations – 714-887-8021. Email: darlene(at)marchmediarelations(dot)com
Visit: http://www.thewealthshield.com

Jim Woods – Editor-at-Large, Traders Reserve
Jim Woods has covered the economy and stocks for nearly two decades. His varied experience as a financial journalist, stockbroker and money manager provides him with unique insights into the complex world of investing. He is a frequent contributor to many financial publications/websites including Main Street Investor, Traders Reserve, MarketWatch, Street Authority, Trading Authority, Investorplace.com, The Slant, Eagle Publishing, and many others. He is the co-author of the book Billion Dollar Green: Profit from the Eco Revolution.

John Hutchinson – Portfolio Strategist, Editor of “The Wealth Shield,” Traders Reserve
John is also Managing Partner at Traders Reserve and the editor of Main Street Investor and has been involved with the stock and currency markets for over 12 years, managing investments, developing portfolio models and teaching technical and fundamental analysis, and risk management techniques. He is the developer of the IRA Wealth Accelerator, the Millionaire Blueprint and the Time Diversification Portfolio Strategy.

Tom Essaye – Market Strategist, Traders Reserve
Tom Essaye began his career on the trading floor of the NYSE in 2002 with Merrill Lynch’s Institutional Equity trading division, and later became the head trader at a commodity and natural resource focused global macro hedge fund. He has built over a decade of trading expertise in precious metals, agricultural commodities, energy, and natural resource equities, as well as and stocks, bonds and currencies. In 2012, he began providing daily commentary, comprehensive macroeconomic and market analysis direct to financial advisers, hedge funds and other financial professionals and investors.

About Traders Reserve:
Traders Reserve, LLC, is a publisher of online stock market educational and advisory products and services for self-directed investors and traders including, The Wealth Shield, The Wealth Accelerator, Michael Shulman's Options Income Blueprint, Income Edge and Investing Mastermind, and Jamie Dlugosch's Earnings Player. Traders Reserve brings to investors and traders “best in class” financial education and advisory products and services.

After observing first-hand how investors and traders struggled with complicated trading services that made big, unrealistic performance promises, Traders Reserve was formed with the goal of helping “frustrated traders” by producing a new type of investing and trading services that would provide simple, but successful, trade management combined with the skilled trade recommendations of a professional institutional trader.

Visit: http://www.thewealthshield.com