We live in a world where stock market volatility is the only certainty. There is an important difference between volatility and risk, where risk is characterised by randomness that can be measured precisely. And searching for financial security may appear to be a futile exercise. After reading this book by Tony Robbins, you will realise that you need to look at money and financial goals in a different manner and become unshakeable to stock market movements and other distractions.
This book looks into data and stock market history in a manner that only Robbins could, to then build and share a technique that would leave any reader with ideas, suggestions and examples which they could imbibe to develop their own unshakeable techniques. There are plenty of examples that are not new, but have been interpreted in a new manner to achieve the outcome —develop an investment model that would work.
The book is divided into three parts and there is plenty of space given for corrections and how to address them with historical data. In fact, Robbins starts by describing how market corrections are as constant as seasons are in nature. He says that there have been 30 such corrections in the past 3