Happionaire’s Cash The Crash is an excellent book that provides the reader with simple tips that are helpful in gaining wealth even in the midst of severe financial crises.
Summary of The Book
What happens when the whole world is going through a financial crisis? How does the common person manage to keep his head above water, financially, in such a situation as this? Happionaire’s Cash The Crash aims to provide the readers with suitable answers to these questions.
The author of this book, Yogesh Chabria states instances from his own life where he had suffered severe financial losses as a result of bad investments. He then goes on to explain how he used those experiences to amass wealth in years to come.
Yogesh Chabria provides examples from history where people used severe financial crises in their favour. Such people ended up making huge profits after they learnt how to make the most of such opportunities. He provides details on the Big Crash and who is actually to blame for the current financial meltdown.
Happionaire’s Cash The Crash has been written in a lucid style, which makes it suitable for readers from various sections of society. The author explains the concept of finance through the example of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan. He encourages people to understand what this renowned Bollywood actor can teach them about finance and investing.
About Yogesh Chabria
The author of this book, Yogesh Chabria, is also an entrepreneur and investor, hailing from Mumbai, India.
Apart from this book, the author has also written several other books on the same theme and they include Happionaire’s Investment Secrets For Women, Happionaire Ki Tarhe Nivesh Kare, and Invest The Happionaire Way. All these books have been written with the sole intention of enabling others to amass wealth, by explaining several concepts pertaining to investing as well as simple stories of him and others.
The books written by the author are explained to the reader in a simple manner, by providing real-life stories and simple methodologies to accumulate wealth.
The author belongs to a Sindhi business community, and he began investing at the age of 16 with just Rs.750, which he recounts in one of his books. He completed his studies from Iran and returned to Mumbai, where he graduated from the prestigious Mumbai University.
5 May, 2012
Not to the expectation !
Senthur Balan S
22 Mar, 2012
11 Jun, 2012
Dull witted and clumsy.
2 Jan, 2015
not upto mark
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