Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
156 Pages
Reviewed on 06/27/2023
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Reviewed by Nino Lobiladze for Readers' Favorite

We all want to be wealthy and financially independent. How much should we earn to be considered prosperous? A survey shows that Americans wish to make $200,000 per year. How can we achieve this annual income level and secure a financially stable future? Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds by Jacob Nayman points out that we can accumulate wealth following three main principles: "Make money; save money; invest money." To invest our hard-earned money correctly we can rely on the rule of thirds. This book explains how we should apply this rule in detail. It covers what indicators we should follow to understand the dynamics of the US stock market, what steps we should take to secure our investments, and which investment strategy is the best when the market is unstable.

Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds by Jacob Nayman is divided into short, straight-to-the-point chapters that include enough information to describe the core principles and rules of investing. I appreciated that Jacob explained the difference between stocks and bonds and what criteria should be considered before investing in them. After reading this guide, I understood the factors influencing the stock market and how the economy works in a broader sense. The author does not prescribe to his readers. Instead, he shows the main avenues of investing and lets them decide what course of action is preferable. He also gives valuable advice regarding the risks and the consequences that may follow if we take them. I recommend this guide to both aspiring investors and those studying the interaction between the economy and markets on a larger scale.

Philip Van Heusen

Does your lack of knowledge keep you from developing your wealth? If so, this book is for you. Investment can be risky, but if you heed the advice given by Jacob Nayman in Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds, you will be well prepared to start building your portfolio of wealth. The mindset of good investing and this book is to hope for the best but prepare for the worst. It is important to remember that wealth has nothing to do with how much you spend but everything to do with what you save. In investment and other pursuits, it is wise to remember not to put all your eggs in one basket. Jacob gives information on what works and what doesn’t. The rule of thirds refers to investing one-third in stocks and bonds, one-third in real estate and commodities, and one-third in money and its equivalents. One recommendation Jacob makes is to invest in exchange-traded funds (ETF) to minimize risk.

Jacob Nayman has years of experience in investing and helping others build wealth. He shares his expertise in Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds. He uses plain language to explain the concepts of investment. This book contains wise strategies, such as checking your investment portfolio every three months to see if it still meets the rule of thirds. Jacob has observed many investors who don’t put their knowledge to use. He reminds the reader that knowledge does no good unless it is implemented. Reading this book will calm your fears and give you the courage to invest in your future. Building wealth is the way to secure your future. If you want to keep your standard of living after you retire, you will need to have developed the required wealth. This works best when you start young. I highly recommend this book to thirty-somethings (or younger) to be implemented throughout their adult working life.

Diana Lopez

We can increase the value of our savings by learning about the market. By doing this we will attain financial well-being and stability because there will be extra income to grow our equity. To achieve this, it is necessary to have accurate information and a solid base. To assist us, Jacob Nayman shares Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds. He explains how to invest intelligently and safely, describing financial instruments such as stocks and bonds. He defines crucial aspects such as the amount of money to invest and the relationship between reward and risk. He also discusses the timing of important decisions. Having established the basics, he explains the rule of thirds and how to implement it in stages in an effective way. We can then invest shrewdly by following the right investment strategies.

Jacob Nayman has more than 25 years of experience as an investment consultant and he gives sound advice based on his experiences. He remains objective and reminds us not to be afraid to consult other professionals. His explanations are concrete, with ideas that are easy to grasp. That is why I recommend this book to people who want to start learning about investments. The chapters are short, with concise information and skilled presentation. I also liked the way Nayman teaches us to evaluate our options, avoid making rash decisions, and recognize the right time to invest. Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds is an excellent guide that presents helpful investment strategies to understand and take advantage of the stock market.

Pikasho Deka

As the wealth gap between the general populace and the ultra-wealthy becomes bigger and bigger, it is of utmost importance that you don't get left behind. So how do you achieve financial freedom and live a life of wealth and abundance? As someone with over twenty-five years of experience as the leading financial advisor to the top one percent, Jacob Nayman provides the answers in Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds. Nayman seeks to teach readers how to use their financial savings to build and preserve their wealth by allocating assets using the Rule of Thirds. The author advises readers to divide their investments into three parts—stocks and bonds, real estate, commodities and sectors, and liquid assets.

Jacob Nayman offers valuable insights on trading platforms, risk assessment, diversifying one's portfolio, and much more. Rather than investing in individual stocks, Nayman urges readers to buy Index ETFs and explains the differences between cyclical and non-cyclical stocks and secular and cyclical trends. You will also learn about the different types of risks involved in investing. Identify your preferences, exploit cyclical trends, and invest capital when the market is down. Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds is the second book I've read by Jacob Nayman, and one of the things I've noticed is his innate ability to tackle the subject matter in a way that makes it accessible to all readers. I found the book informative as well as motivational. Highly recommended.

Courtnee Turner Hoyle

Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds by Jacob Nayman proposes two significant goals for his readers: increasing wealth by manipulating stock market opportunities and protecting their money. Nayman discusses private investors, diversification, the advantages of using an investment advisor, the definition and advantage of ETFs, profits versus losses, asset allocation, short-term and long-term gains, and other financial topics. Most of all, he focuses on the rule of thirds, three crucial areas where investors should place their money for optimal benefit. Finally, a review and glossary of terms are provided to cover the main focus areas.

Jacob Nayman’s text is well written and easy to understand, even if you aren’t used to investing or its jargon. At the end of each chapter, he gives a summary to enhance the focus on essential concepts, and the fun illustrations help make the book inviting. The review allows one to target specific topics and absorb the most important ideas in each chapter. He provides clear examples that trace strategies to illustrate his points and reminds readers to stay active in their investments. Readers can feel confident following Nayman’s guidance as he has more than twenty-five years of experience leading investment advice. Wealth Building Using the Rule of Thirds is necessary for anyone interested in successfully investing money for an optimum profit.