The Money Orchard

Money Making Money Instead of You Working

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Pub Date 27 Jul 2021 | Archive Date 06 Dec 2023

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You want investments making your income with the same predictability as an apple tree producing apples every year.

In The Money Orchard you will discover:

Where Warren Buffett and John Templeton learned their investment skills.
How to use inflation to grow your wealth.
Ideas to earn 5% to 10% with lower risk.
Find money you don't know you're losing.
Secrets from some of the most successful investors in history,

How to use this book for your investing success. It gives practical guidance for successful investing. Two books The Intelligent Investor and Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham contain almost everything you need to know about investing. I have distilled the information into a practical book anyone can understand and apply.

The Money Orchard(c)explains capitalism and investing with a story about an orchard. While most investors and professionals are running in the same direction, The Orchard story gives tools to challenge conventional financial advice and find a better way.

For example, the investment industry uses a risk profile questionnaire and then prescribes a model portfolio. Someone's risk profile can't determine a good investment. Even worse, there is no research that shows it's possible to measure a person's risk tolerance. The mistake in the process is they are using logical questions and applying them to an emotional reaction when the market is crashing. It doesn't work.

The Money Orchard(c) uses a metaphor of an orchard to explain investing. An orchard is a business that grows trees for food. The skills to manage an orchard are the same as investing. In an apple or money orchard, it takes knowledge, patience, and time to produce the fruit. You want your money making your income with the same predictability as an apple tree producing apples every year.

You want investments making your income with the same predictability as an apple tree producing apples every year.

In The Money Orchard you will discover:

Where Warren Buffett and John Templeton...


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A great resource for anyone looking to navigate the complex world of investments. This book not only offers practical guidance for successful investing but also distills the wisdom of investment legends. It's like having the secrets of the pros at your fingertips. The author's use of a metaphorical apple orchard to explain investing is brilliant and makes the subject matter accessible to everyone. This book is great because it’s a challenge to conventional financial advice and the debunking of the flawed risk profile questionnaire approach.

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Hold onto your hats, folks, because The Money Orchard is like a treasure map to financial success that's easy to read and fun to follow! If you're tired of the same old investment advice that leads to unpredictable results, this book is your golden ticket. Forget the complicated jargon and confusing charts; The author breaks it down with the simplicity of an apple tree producing apples every year. It's like the Warren Buffett and John Templeton of investing wisdom distilled into one book. What's more, this book challenges the financial status quo and exposes the flaws in the traditional risk profile approach. Trust me; you won't want to miss out on the secrets of The Money Orchard. It's your shortcut to financial freedom!

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