Do you know the secrets that Wall Street doesn’t want you to know?
If not, your wealth is at a major risk.
Charles Massimo knows what Wall Street is hiding because he spent nearly twenty years on the front lines at major financial firms. Feeling disillusioned by the difference between his employer’s goals and those of his clients, Massimo left Wall Street to start a firm that puts its clients’ interests above everything else. Since 2003, his company, CJM Wealth Management, has been doing just that.
Getting Off the Street offers honest, realistic investment advice based on Massimo’s experience helping hundreds of clients achieve their financial vision.
His method, called structured investing, eliminates big risks and ensures solid returns through a simple blend of patience, discipline, diversification, and goal-setting.
Structured investing is designed around your best interests, but you won’t hear about it through major Wall Street firms because they can’t make money from it. Yet, Massimo’s proven strategies have weathered even the most devastating market crashes while Wall Street giants—and their clients—suffered major losses.
Massimo also uncovers a side of investing we rarely stop to consider: the emotions that influence our decisions. We often make poor choices because we’re convinced that in order to be savvy investors we must regularly buy and sell our assets.
In reality, quite the opposite is true. In this bestselling book, Massimo breaks down what matters and what Wall Street doesn’t want you to know.
You can’t afford to not read this book.
Getting Off the Street is the investment guide Wall Street hopes you’ll never find. Told with Massimo’s signature warmth, clarity, and wisdom that can only come from three decades on and off “The Street,” this book will help you achieve your financial goals and build the life you desire.
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