The past few years have caused a lot of financial uncertainty, and forced many people to re-think their retirement investment strategies. Salisbury is the author of the influential book, But What If I Live? The American Retirement Crisis, and in Retirementology he offers concrete, easy-to-understand advice for securing your financial future. He identifies classic mistakes and pitfalls, and outlines clear strategies to make changes and get your retirement planning back on the right track. As an expert in behavioral economics, Salsbury has a unique and visionary view of how people think about money, targeting the emotional and psychological factors that lead to bad money-management, and offering great tips for overcoming them.
Whether your retirement is imminent or decades away, Salsbury’s comprehensive book is an invaluable resource.
Free Fridays Recommends
Each week, we ask our featured author to recommend a book or author that you may want to check out. Since authors are such passionate readers themselves, we thought you might like to find out what they love to read, too! Here’s what Gregory Salsbury recommends: Snap Judgment: When to Trust Your Instincts, When to Ignore Them, and How to Avoid Making Big Mistakes with Your Money by David E. Adler.
Investor Beware: When it comes to your money, your intuition is your enemy. In Snap Judgment, David E. Adler takes us on a profound journey through the fiscal psyche of the conventional American, and concisely demonstrates how rationale is not so rational when it comes to finances. This sobering read is a must for investors at every level – especially in today’s era of economic ambiguity.
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