Who is Asset Wealth Management For?
Asset Wealth Management .Net was created to help educate the masses on how to create preserve and grow personal wealth regardless of whether you working with $20 dollars at the end of a month or have access to multiple thousands or more…
Before you do anything crazy with your savings, wealth or assets, I believe you as an individual should begin the process of gaining a thorough understanding of asset wealth management practices and how your financial well being is directly related to the health of the dollar and U.S. monetary system. Begin your asset wealth management financial education self help plan today.
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For starters you should know how money comes into existence just as the wealthy do. Asset wealth management will help you understand that dollar is the world’s reserve currency. As world reserve currency, the dollar affects the economies of the world especially when it loses value rapidly.
Currencies used to be backed by Gold and Silver but now, for the first time in History, all the countries of the world use a fiat currency system. In history all fiat currencies have inevitably failed and history has a notorious habit of repeating itself.
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The super savvy wealthy are already aware how fiat currencies and the unrestrained printing of money affects all economies including the U.S. economy. They particularly know when and how the greatest transfers of wealth will take place and position themselves to make huge profits in the worst of times. By following the strategic planning of the wealthy we can also prosper in times of economic turmoil.
A weak dollar causes prices to increase more rapidly than a stable dollar. If a dollar is worth less today than it was last week or last year it obviously will take more dollars to make our regular purchases food clothing and gas to fuel our vehicles. Today the United States credit rating has been downgraded from high AAA to Low AAA
. Update… the United States credit rating has been downgraded from low AAA to AA- this is a historical moment but in a bad way for the US. Many Economist are worried about the United States’ ability to repay debt without drastic changes.
So who is Asset Wealth management for? Asset Wealth Management is for those of you who want to learn how to create and attract wealth, how to preserve your wealth, and how to protect your wealth so that it can pass from generation to generation by implementing little know strategies used by super rich.
These are “outside of the box” strategies that all asset wealth management professional should be offering. The problem is they don’t usually have a clue how the truly wealthy operate. If they did they would be using these strategies to rebuild client trust and increase their assets under management.
What is Asset Wealth Management?
Through my own research on Google, the most common use of the phrase asset wealth management encompasses two separate phrases Asset Management and Wealth Management.
Asset Wealth Management is a keyword phrase primarily used by financial planning firms, businesses, or companies promoting financial services. The term is also used by bloggers or motivated individuals like me looking to reach the masses and share financial education resources on the topics of Asset & Wealth Management.
The term “Asset Management” typically refers to the professional management of investments in the financial services industry. Typically this would include stocks, bonds, and/or real estate.
As for the term “Wealth Management” it can mean many things to a broad range of people. In the financial world, it describes a customized and comprehensive process used by financial professionals who implement financial planning strategies combined with a disciplined investment philosophy at a fee to high net-worth companies and individuals. From what I can tell, asset management and wealth management pretty much cover many of the same practices with the objective to help clients with their financial well being.
Asset Wealth Management and the Economy
About $2.7 trillion was lost in 401(k) and individual retirement accounts between September 2007 and May of 2009… In March 2009 the S&P 500 hit its lowest level since 1996 and millions of investors around the world sat paralyzed as they watched their portfolios deteriorate with the general market. This caused asset & wealth management firms around the world to lose a tremendous amount of credibility, clients and the amount of their actual assets under management.
Were you among those who were affected?
Asset wealth management knows U.S economy is failing, World economies are failing, and the dollar will likely collapse. Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Debt Limit Increases and The Economy Crisis are now buzz words all over the Internet.
National debt clocks have been created that show us in real time that U.S. Debt is increasing at break neck speeds. Home prices continue to fall, inflation is out of control and continues to rise at an alarming rate, high unemployment prevails, and most of the financially uneducated middle class will be destroyed before they even know what hit them.
It even seems like the president would like us to mind our own business.
Did you know that the U.S used to be the biggest creditor nation in the world? Asian Countries are now the biggest creditors and the U.S. now has honor of being largest debtor nation in the World! I and many others believe hyperinflation is comming to America.
European Countries like Belgium, Ireland, Greece, and Germany have been cooking the books for years so their economies appear to be stronger than they actually are… Can you guess which country in the World is the worst offender?
Asset wealth management can help you get the financial education you deserve without the expensive wealth management service price tag. The middle class and more well to do individuals can actually begin a plan to be able to retire and maintain a fairly reasonable life style? Education is the key and we encourage you to invest the next 90 minutes into your financial education.