For the past few months I've talked a bit about a book I've been writing for quite some time. The title, tentatively, is "Smarter Than Wall Street, What Wealthy Investors do Differently." The plan is to release it in the late 3rd quarter/early 4th quarter of this year (2011). Today, I'm letting those interested get a sneak peak at the first 3 chapters.
So if you'd like to take a look there's a link toward the bottom of this post. If you'd be so kind as to offer any feedback that would be appreciated also.
Just as a warning: The book has not been fully proofed thus far. Which means there will probably be some syntax and grammar changes to make it easier for readers. Which also means please don't be too hard on my writing skills. After all, I'm just a financial researcher and computer programmer - not a major writer.
I also plan to use the book for the greater good. 100% of all profits from it's sale will go to charity, more than likely to my family foundation. The foundation is designed to ensure a legacy of giving for future generations in my family and specifically to support organizations working with the poorest of the worlds poor.
So in addition to a book designed to help people with investments become better, more successful investors - the book can also help create a better life for people all over the world with little to no means at all.
Hopefully this is a project you can help support by both offering early feedback on the book as well as spread the word about it once it comes out.
Without further ado - here's the link to download the electric version of the first 3 chapters: