Trusted by thousands of investors worldwide since 1977, this bestselling classic reveals Robert Lichello's revolutionary formula for earning profits in stocks and mutual funds—automatically.
Unlike other investment strategies that focus on stock selection, AIM relies on time—and is designed to work in any kind of market with any size investment. Lichello originally developed AIM in response to the heartbreaking collapse of the great bull market of the 1960s and today his ideas are more relevant than ever. AIM is easy and dependable, and it works. Simply put, it's a money.
Now Lichello has updated and reformulated AIM for today's market. AIM-HI (AIM High Intensity) will do for you what it has already done for millions...
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This book changed my life
This book makes you think differently. I bought it because I thought the name was ludicrous, but having read it, it changed my life and made me very wealthy. You stop thinking about positions and start thinking about shares. You stop thinking about portfolios and start thinking about each stock being its own business. And most importantly you learn to collect cash along the way to increase your holdings without needing to invest more. It's a brilliant book and if you think mathematically, it makes the stock market very clear and black and white. I read this book 7 years ago and I give it as gifts constantly. Between this and Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey, my life has changed forever and I retired at 40. Read this book.
Very well written! A great investment concept!
This is a well written easy read that gives you a whole new perspective on investment in the stock market. Immediately after ready I restructured my retirement account in the AIM model.
Not very practical
From the text itself, it had mentioned that it is merely a mathematical formula on how to manage a portfolio by selling during high and buying during low.
Some of the estimation and assumption are not practical as at the real world. Should include to take a basis of real life example like how to gain the percentage of 5% on cash reserve. This was not mentioned.