Creating Wealth

Retire in Ten Years Using Allen's Seven Principles

Creating Wealth

With over two million copies of his books in print, Robert G. Allen has become a national phenomenon. His innovative investment strategies have helped thousands create their own wealth, and in this new and revised edition of Creating Wealth you'll discover the Allen way to financial success.
Programmed to think that saving is good, debt and risk-taking bad, we disqualify ourselves from ever having a chance at big money. The first step in creating wealth is to stop thinking poor. Then you're ready to create your own version of the Allen plan, keyed to integrating real estate with other wealth-generating investments.
These principles and others can start you on the path of financial self-reliance:
* The Automatic Pilot Principle
* Enormous Profits in Discounted Mortgages
* Numismatics: the Secret of the Midas Touch
* Liquid Money and Where to Pour It
* Insulating Your Assets from Liability and Lawyers
  • Free Press | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781451631586 | 
  • January 2011

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Robert G. Allen

Robert G. Allen is one of America's most famous and most influential financial advisers of all time. After graduating with an MBA from Brigham Young University in 1974, Allen began making small real-estate investments, transforming his tiny nest egg into a large, multimillion-dollar net worth in a few short years. He shared his powerful system with the public in the #1 national bestseller Nothing Down, with forty-six weeks on the New York Times national bestseller list. He followed that success with Creating Wealth, with well over three quarters of a million copies in print. His other major bestsellers include Multiple Streams of Income and The One-Minute Millionaire. For over twenty years, Robert Allen has been successfully sharing his wealth-building techniques in popular seminars throughout the fifty states and Canada. A popular television and radio guest, he has appeared on hundreds of programs, including Good Morning America and Larry King Live. He has also been featured in such national publications as The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Barron's, Money magazine, and Reader's Digest.