Author: Ali Velshi
Ali Velshi is CNN’s chief business correspondent and host of Your $$$$$, CNN’s weekend business roundtable program, as well as a regular contributor and anchor for Issue #1, the network’s in-depth coverage initiative on the single issue that matters most to CNN’s audience.
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One way or another, you lost money as a direct result of the financial crisis.
Now you have to start making it back, and you can do that by listening to this audiobook. This audiobook shows how the markets work and how to be involved, how to calculate personal risk tolerance based on personality, goals, age and years from retirement, how to avoid losing money, and how to use mutual funds, index funds, stocks, ETF’s, bonds, and other investment vehicles to speed up listeners’ own personal recovery.
“This helpful book promises to help listeners earn back recent financial losses due to the economic meltdown that has befallen the nation– or just to improve their economic status in general. The author, CNN’s chief business correspondent, narrates his own work. The information is top-notch, and the presentation is professional. Velshi gets his point across in a clear-cut manner without sounding overly assertive.
About the Author
Based in New York, Velshi has covered the U.S. government’s bailout plan, the financial collapses of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG and Lehman Brothers, and Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, reporting on the impact of the storms on oil refineries. He covered the Enron story at every step since it hit the national spotlight in 2001, including the guilty verdicts of Enron Corp.’s founder Kenneth Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling on conspiracy and fraud charges. He was reporting live from an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico amid evacuation calls for Hurricane Katrina.