Personal Finance Pro Michele "Mish" Schneider Offers New Investing eBook for $.99 on Kindle
"Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth" was named 'Best New Wealth Books' by BookAuthority. On Amazon, it enjoyed the #1 New Release spot in three Amazon categories: Introduction to Investing, Business & Finance, and Retirement Planning.
Then, in 2019, after four years of organizing invaluable information gathered throughout her 40-year career as an investor and advisor, Schneider published Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth to the Amazon Kindle platform.
Within weeks, this no-nonsense, easy-to-follow prescription for money management and personal finance shot to #1 in three Amazon categories: Introduction to Investing, Business & Finance, and Retirement Planning.
With the raving success of this publication, Mish Schneider's dream of empowering everyday people with actionable financial knowledge has been fulfilled. Now, the author is making her book even more accessible to more people by dropping the price to just $.99.
However, this limited-time pricing will only be effective from July 21st through July 24th, and only on the Amazon Kindle platform, here.
Plant Your Money Tree represents the culmination of Mish Schneider's decades-long history as a stock trader, educator, and leader in numerous personal finance circles. Leveraging her comprehensive understanding of dynamic investing techniques, Schneider offers readers proven advice on how to deal with some of life's most challenging, finance-related topics, including:
At just $.99 on the Kindle Platform from July 21-24, this promotion is destined to garner immense attention.
"I'm absolutely ecstatic about the response to my new book and how many readers have benefitted from its content" Mish said recently in an interview, "By temporarily dropping the price, I'm hoping to reach and help an even wider audience."
Those interested can learn more about the book on the MarketGauge website or download it on Amazon for just $.99 during the promotional period.
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