Calabasas, CA, July 20, 2020 / PRNewswire – Michael Klein and Stanley Kafka, authors and founding members of Freedom Financial Funds, launches their book, How to Make Sensible Investments in a Senseless Economy. Their book shares the lessons they learned while leading Freedom Financial, which has successfully delivered a healthy return on investment without a single loss on the books.
For many people, the phrase “alternative” investments creates an image of high-risk start ups, quirky penny stocks, or anything that does not feel safe and secure. For the common investor and registered investment advisor, it’s better not to lose, than to accept increased risk.
Seasoned investors know better.
With their thorough and common-sense deep-dive into 6 fundamental questions, any investment can run through the gauntlet of unemotional scrutiny – giving any investor a measurable decrease in risk in any economy and market.
In How to Make Sensible Investments in a Senseless Economy, available today on Amazon and Kindle, Michael Klein and Stan Kafka not only share fascinating stories of the alternative investment world, but showcase examples of how anyone can dramatically mitigate that risk… for any investment.
Michael began his career as an executive with Union Bank in Los Angeles. Over the past 35 years, he has worked for The Money Center, Chase Manhattan, Wachovia and China Trust Bank. Most recently, he co-founded and was COO of Partners Capital Solutions (PCS) originating over $900 million of loans that experienced zero delinquency, loss or litigation.
He has served on Citizen Advisory Boards for the city of Los Angeles, Building Industry Association, and a mentor for the Marshall School for Business at the University of California.
Stan has 50 years of experience in the Banking industry. Prior to joining Freedom Financial Funds, he was a Managing Director at Partners Capital Solutions, an Executive Vice President, and Division Manager at City National Bank’s Real Estate Group for 16 years. He worked for 25 years at Union Bank in Real Estate Loan Administration, underwriting over $10 billion of development financing.
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