Losing It: Ten Easy Steps to Losing a Fortune on the Stock Market

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Do you have money to burn? Are you over-taxed, bored or self-destructive? Looking for a way to wipe out your savings and lower your standard of living as conventionally understood by today's happening urbanite? Then this is the e-book for you! More
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About Morgan Stone

I write what I know, what I do, and what I laugh about. Mostly it's adventure. The real bummer is that it's all pretty much non-fiction. That, what I've gone through hasn't killed me - yet - is pure luck... I guess, it depends on who you ask.

It's all free because I appreciate reviews. Discussion, an exchange of ideas, a connection with other writers. If I didn't want any bad reviews, I'd charge for my stuff. It sure wouldn't be to make money.

From my editor: Most of Morgan’s books are based on her real life adventures. Predominantly political, investigative, financial, or recklessly unplanned, her adventures have taken her to numerous locations around the world.

To name a few: Russia, Siberia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Egypt, the Middle East, Latin America, tropical islands, jungles, rainforests, the high Arctic, the high alpine, the high seas… and home again with the seemingly civilized America, Europe, Asia and Australia thrown in.

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Review by: David Z Hirsch on May 05, 2016 :
With a biting irreverence, Morgan Stone discusses ten ways to get swindled, fleeced, and otherwise bamboozled by the banks & brokerages, multi-billion dollar hedge funds, and supercomputers you’ll be up against when investing in the stock market. This fast track to financial ruin is free, so she leaves it entirely in your hands. Never fear, she offers plenty of choices including buying options, pump and dump scams, stoploss, and accepting the delusion that trading is a science.

If any of that sounds complicated, don’t worry. She takes you through it step by step. I suppose if you’d rather make money (?!) you could just do the opposite of what she suggests, but where’s the fun in that? Thanks, Morgan. My bankruptcy lawyers will be in touch.
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