Peter Grandich has been providing internationally-acclaimed guidance on matters of finance since 1984. The story behind that guidance will surprise you.
That story is told in Grandich’s autobiography, Confessions of a Wall Street Whiz Kid—a thought-provoking, real-life story of the ups and downs of one of Wall Street’s “half-famous” experts. In 1987, at the tender age of 31, this high school drop-out was dubbed “The Wall Street Whiz Kid” by Good Morning America after accurately predicting the Black Monday stock market crash and the subsequent rally to new highs. He went on to make many other accurate forecasts, but was also the first person to note when he was wrong. His newsletters and blogs were read worldwide.
In this light, witty and painfully honest autobiography, Grandich shares his thoughts about the accumulation of wealth and the hidden flaws of traditional financial planning. He exposes some of the dirty business of Wall Street and takes readers on a journey through his battles against panic attacks, suicide attempts and depression, and he shares how his faith not only helped him regain the will to live, but acts as the foundation for his financial beliefs.
Confessions of a Wall Street Whiz Kid is just that: a complete divulgence of matters of life, health, wealth—and, of course, the ins and outs of Wall Street.
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