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Smart Strategies For How (And Why) You Can Short The U.S. Dollar

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  • A simple review of short positions... and why they can be so valuable to you as an investor
  • As the Fed prints more money and dilutes the value of our dollars, I'll show you how to use a mortgage to take advantage of this value drop
  • The difference between good debt and bad debt... and some valuable insights to help you cut through the clutter and make smarter decisions
  • New ways to take advantage of the falling value of the dollar with ETFs... I'll walk you through how I do some of these trades
  • Interesting ways to short the dollar with GOLD

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Robert Kiyosaki, Author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Meet Andy Tanner

Investor, Author, Speaker, Trainer

Andy is a renowned paper assets expert and successful business owner and investor known for his ability to teach key techniques for stock options investing. He also serves as Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisor for Paper Assets.

As a highly sought after educator, Andy has taught tens of thousands of investors and entrepreneurs around the world. He often speaks to students at the request of Robert Kiyosaki, showing how paper assets can fit into the Rich Dad system of investing. In 2008, Andy was key in helping develop and launch Rich Dad’s Stock Success System, which teaches investors advanced technical trading techniques to profit from bull and bear markets.

He is the author of two books: 401(k)aos and Stock Market Cash Flow. In addition, he has created a popular training program called The 4 Pillars of Investing which gives investors a solid foundation of knowledge. He also records his weekly trading sessions with his mentors called Andy's Mentor Club for anyone to watch and see how professional investors make real investing decisions.