Private Money Lending

Private Money Lending

Learn How To Consistently Generate a Passive Income Stream

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
418 Pages
Reviewed on 10/11/2017
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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite

Private Money Lending: Learn How to Consistently Generate a Passive Income Stream by Gustavo J Gomez, Ph.D. is a groundbreaking book that explores a not-so-well known area of investing — private mortgage lending. In this well-researched and masterfully written book, the author unveils secrets and strategies that will help readers maximize on their investments. This is a book for people who want to consistently generate passive streams of income, people who want to understand what it takes to win in a volatile investment market and people who want to minimize the risk in their investments. The author explains the risks involved in the stock market and how the Federal Reserve policy impacts negatively on investors. But he moves on to provide powerful strategies that will allow readers to make the best choices for their investments.

Gustavo J Gomez, Ph.D. comes across as an expert in the area of generating passive income, an author who puts years of research and information in front of his readers that they need to know. The writing is down-to-earth, a conversational, relaxed style that makes for a delightful read. The reader feels the assurance of reading work from an expert who has invested a lot of time and research in the subject and has uncovered powerful facts and strategies that can help them invest successfully. What I loved so much about this book is the fact that it doesn’t sell a product and the author doesn’t distract readers by inviting them to join some master class. The book itself is a master class. One feels that he has poured all his research into this book in a style that is very accessible to ordinary readers. Private Money Lending: Learn How to Consistently Generate a Passive Income Stream is a priceless gem for those who are interested in transforming their personal finances into streams of passive income.