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

Misfit -- Adventurer -- Writer-warrior

Bio provided by Morgan "Meg" Stone's partner, Elena

HEROINE: In 2006 Meg helped her partner, Elena, flee Russia: an increasingly hateful and oppressive country. In March 2006, the two women started their escape in Kiev, Ukraine. In April 2007, Elena and Meg arrived safely in Victoria after spending months in hiding, and surviving a ten-month ocean crossing journey in a sailboat.

ADVENTURER: Escaping to Canada with Elena, has deeply changed Meg and her view of the world. She now sees no other option but to learn, experience and explore the unknown by traveling the world any way possible – by sailboat, plane, train, car or donkey cart.

MISFIT: As a result of her somewhat “unconventional” activities: saving Russians, exchanging her house for freedom, experiencing the world in unimaginable ways, and living her life the way she wants to, Meg is admired by some people, and ostracized by others.

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Review by: David Z Hirsch on May 5, 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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