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Plant Your Money Tree offers readers a strategic and actionable way to look at their financial life with a completely new attitude of confidence, empowering them to make smart decisions regarding: -What to do with their money -How to grow their money -When to make smart personal choices such as changing careers, guiding their kid's education, expanding their business, buyi ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published May 8th 2019 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Sep 28, 2020 rated it liked it
In, 'Plant Your Money Tree', author Michele Schneider, offers a concise, simple method of managing, and growing, ones financial matters.

Using simple chart graphs, she presents six phases of "tracking the stock market" and describes, plus, defines each one. She explains each one's importance and the affects they have in our lives. Additionally, it explains how this all affects ones 401k's and other savings.

Did you know, by understanding these things, one cane make an educated choice in a successf
Angela Thompson
Oct 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth Gives Readers a Valuable Resource. Financial planning and investments are intimidating to many of us. My husband has a finance and economics background--so, I have tended to leave most of our financial planning responsibility to him. In recent years, however, I have realized that I should be/should have been more interested in learning more about the world of investing and financial markets. This book is a valuable resource to those new to th ...more
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Oct 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing

For the most part, investing money is over my head. I guess I always feel I will invest in the wrong thing. So this book looked interesting and I wanted to see what it is all about. I wish I’d had this many years ago. Author Michele Schneider does an excellent job of explaining the six most essential sectors of the U.S. economy as seen through six market phases —bullish, caution, distribution, bearish, recuperation, and accumulation. This was kinda Greek to me until I act
Sep 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth is an informative read. I am now getting to the point in life that I need to learn more about financial strategies to prepare for my future. I am not very knowledgeable in this type of money matters and I get overwhelmed with the information out there. Even though I am interested in learning more about how to invest, I get intimidated and just do not follow through. This book breaks it down in easier terms that I am able to have a better unde ...more
Angela Jew
May 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book is practical. It's also accessible. In short, it's perfect for a beginner investor looking to make informed financial moves. You first learn about 6 crucial economic sectors and the macroeconomic implications of their performance. Next you learn a 6-phase framework to help time big life decision- making. You can use the phases in timing when to buy a house, invest in stocks, change careers - which makes this book not only practical and accessible, but also contextual and relevant!

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This was an interesting and informative read; but I tend to believe that it would be more useful for younger investors with relatively little experience with the markets.

The author's observations and opinions on various stages of market activity were astute and mostly useful. I am not sure I am fully convinced that a full read of the market psychology is possible through the use of two moving averages; but the book offers a lot of useful heuristics for determining the overall mood of the marke
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