If You Want To Know Where Your Money Goes, You Need The Money Compass
Wappingers Falls, NY, October 16, 2014 – In an increasingly complex economic climate, our best hope is in finding sensible, rational direction. The Money Compass: Where Your Money Went and How to Get it Back (Wiley & Sons, Inc.) is the right tool.
Author Mark Anthony Grimaldi doesn’t have a crystal ball, but he is notable for correctly forecasting several major economic events, such as the recession in 2008, the gold rush of 2007-2011, the peak unemployment rate of 10 percent in 2009, the first one thousand point down day in the history of the Dow Jones industrial average and the current weak recovery from the great recession.
In The Money Compass, Grimaldi partners with Professor G. Stevenson Smith to provide smart investing advice including a roadmap to managing money in 2014 and beyond. They discuss Grimaldi’s previous forecasts and pinpoint the next big economic collapse, teaching strategies of how to profit from it.
“Here’s the truth,” says Grimaldi. “The system is rigged and the politicians and the one-percenters hold all of the cards. Even though the economy is in bad shape, that doesn’t mean you can’t save responsibly, invest profitably, and retire comfortably.”
Mark Anthony Grimaldi is a career money manager with a sterling record in financial forecasting. A graduate of Albany State University, Grimaldi earned the Certified Fund Specialist (CFS) designation before putting his gifts to work at top companies including Meyer Handleman Company in NY, Prime Financial Services and Marshall & Sterling Consultants.
Today, he acts as Chief Portfolio Manager and Economist of The Money Compass newsletter, a strategic partnership with one of America’s most trusted financial experts of CNBC TV. Grimaldi believes in supporting his local community and is a major contributor to the “Helping Hand.”
For more, please visit the website: www.GrimaldiEconomics.com
The Money Compass: Where Your Money Went and How to Get it Back
by Mark Anthony Grimaldi
Wiley & Sons, Inc.