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Title Be Financially Free: How to become salary independent in today's economy  
ISBN 9789814751377
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Business
 
Author(s)
Morten Strange
 
Specifications 140 x 215 mm / 272 pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date May-2016
 
Target Audience General
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About the Book

Wouldn’t it be great to be free from financial worries? To be able to live as you choose instead of working your life away?

You can achieve this if you understand how the economy works, how consumerism seduces you into debt, and how to use the tools at your disposal correctly. Financial independence is too important to let others manage for you.  

Morten Strange —financial analyst, citizen economist and naturalist — retired at age 33. He shows you how to manage your money so that you, too, can be financially free, and free to do what you love. From understanding the mechanics of financial products to spreading your risk between bonds, shares and property, here are practical tips you can apply immediately.

What sets this book apart is its focus on the current economy and the ominous direction that it is taking. While most analysts focus on short-term solutions, Be Financially Free takes a global view. In this time of impending ecological limits and the end of economic growth, what will you need to do to achieve – and protect – your financial independence in the long term? 

Illustrated with charts, diagrams and case studies, this revelatory book will empower you to build a resilient portfolio and mindset for a future of freedom.

About the Author

Morten Strange (born 1952, Denmark) is a Singapore-based IBF-certified independent financial analyst. Since becoming a salary-independent and retiring at the age of 33, he has pursued his interests in economics and finance, writing, photography and environmental conservation.
   
 
  
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