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    Reviews from Amazon.com about The Money Compass: Where Your Money Went and How to Get It Back


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    five-starsThe Money Compass is the must have book on the economy of 2014!, January 23, 2014

    By Tina C. (New York)

    What a fantastic book! I just finished reading my copy of The Money Compass and I couldn't be more impressed. It is well written and "tells it like it is". It was very refreshing to read a book that was obviously written for the general public -- not for financial professionals. It is chock-full of interesting stories and useful information that we should all read. It opened my eyes to what is really going on in our economy. I really hope there is a book #2! I recommend this book to everyone, but especially to people that want to really know the truth about our economy and personal finance. I look forward to subscribing to The Money Compass Newsletter. This book tells it like it is. Bravo Mr. Grimaldi and Mr. Smith!

     

     

    five-starsThis is a MUST for everyone!, March 4, 2014

    By Mare


    This book is so eye-opening. I absolutely loved it. So much information and it's written so you can understand. I learned so much and there are so many references so that you can get other information to expand your knowledge on personal finances. All schools should have this as a must read! You won't be disappointed.

     

     

    five-starsFathoming Safer Harbors, February 22, 2014

    By Paul Stich


    Mark Anthony Grimaldi's The Money Compass points readers to sound waters. It begins with perspective on the erosion of national fiscal sanity and its consequences for both the society and the individual. It makes a clear case that traditional devices for preserving wealth have gone by the wayside in recent decades. While much of the survival advice is modest and workable for the average person, quite a bit is very high-powered, and makes the case for engaging a financial advisor. The lesson is clear: having a compass in hand is useful, but it takes more than one hand to steer your vessel into safe harbors. – Paul Stich, Economics: Crosscurrents of the American Dream

     

     

    five-starsPractical and informative, February 14, 2014

    By MVA


    An economics class in one book! Mr. Grimaldi gives a tremendous amount of information in an accessible and concise manner. The advice is sound. It gave me much to think about as I'm in the race to retirement. As I read, I took note what I need to do to get there and remain solvent!

     

     

    five-starsHighly Recommended, February 11, 2014

    By NYC (New York City)


    I found this book incredibly useful and informative. As a long-time viewer and fan of Suze Orman... this book is "APPROVED!"