An American Debt Problem- Could the Privileged Information Secrets Revealed be the Answer

The Privileged Information Secrets Revealed is a book clearly ahead of its time. The last book that I can recall that was in a similar position was called Rich Dad Poor Dad.
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Aug. 1, 2012 - PRLog -- Author Dwon Parker has truly hit a financial homerun with the new release of the “Privileged Information Secrets Revealed”. It seems that Parker has been able to effectively set aside the unnecessary fluff that exist in many financial books today. At the same time, his in my own words writing style appears to be capturing the attention of readers in the age group of 17 to 35 years old. The last book that I found to be this exciting was about the author's Rich Dad and Poor Dad.

The Privileged Information Secrets Revealed gives an elementary understanding of personal finance for the unarmed reader. In his book, Parker implies that during the recession of 2008, one of the main reasons that so many people loss their life savings was because of the scarcity of financial knowledge. He further suggests that a person of knowledge can almost never be fooled or tricked on a subject they are knowledgeable about.

In the Privileged Information Secrets Revealed, Parker classifies the term “crack card” as a powerful form of addiction for out of control shoppers. He goes on as far as to insinuate that a person who will excessively use the credit card often will display similar behaviors as a person who is hooked on drugs. He appears to believe that neither the person hooked on drugs nor the excessive credit card user will stop without help.  

The Privileged Information Secrets Revealed is undoubtedly a break from the more traditional financial books that somehow always seem to be a day late and dollar short. It is clear that Parker plans to be viewed outside of the norm as he seeks to rationalize why he believes that most budgets fail. This is a huge risk that could prove to be a benefit for the author or it could ruin his credibility as a writer.  

It seems as though the “Privileged Information Secrets Revealed” might just have a little something for everyone looking to make a change. Dwon Parker is a military veteran who lives in southern California with his wife and two children.
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