Most of the all-time 10 biggest Ponzi schemes collapsed during the 2008 financial crisis. Today's financial markets are even more volatile, exactly the right conditions to trigger a Ponzi scheme collapse. Unwitting investors will be financially ruined and left holding the bag. The next massive Ponzi scheme is about to collapse and it will dwarf Bernard Madoff's massive $50 billion fraud. It will also catch many experienced investors off guard. Will you be one of them? You might be surprised to learn you are invested in one of these schemes already, either directly or indirectly as part of your mutual fund, pension fund, hedge fund or other investments. Many innocent victims suffered financial ruin simply because they didn't spot the Ponzi scheme red flags and warning signs until it was too late. Knowledge is power, and by following a few simple steps you can protect yourself and your money. You'll also discover exactly how Bernard Madoff, Scott Rothstein and others defrauded investors for years, and how they ultimately got caught. Get Anatomy of a Ponzi today so you can protect yourself and keep your investments safe! Colleen Cross is a CPA who writes action-packed financial thrillers and nonfiction fraud true crime and white collar crime. Also by Colleen Cross: Katerina Carter Fraud Thriller Series Exit Strategy Game Theory Blowout (coming Fall 2015) Katerina Carter Color of Money Series Red Handed Blue Moon Greenwash Nonfiction Anatomy of a Ponzi: Scams Past and Present Keywords: books, ebooks, how to spot a scam, financial thriller, crime, financial crisis, stock market crash, penny stocks, short sellers, market volatility, true crime, financial crime, Ponzi, ponzi schemes, Charles Ponzi, Paul Burks, Marc Dreier, Nevin Shapiro, Ioan Stoica, Damara Bertges, Scott Rothstein, Tom Petters, Allen Stanford, Bernard Madoff, swindlers, cons, cheats, forensic accounting, accounting, money, criminals, white collar crime, scams, securities, nvestments, investing, retirement, sarah howe, bill miller, fraud red flags, psychopaths, pyramid schemes, mavrodi, whistle blower, best selling, bestselling, banks, banking, bookkeeping, budgeting, business ethics, corporate finance, business history, economics, finance, personal finance, small business, financial crisis, business ethics, white collar crime, wolf of wall street, jordan belfort, the street, FBI, secret service, michael lewis, financial thrillers, audit, crime, wall street, wall st, money managers, fraud, money, accounting scandals, SEC, Ponzi, ponzie, financial crisis, recession, great recession, stock market crash, cross, forensics, forensic accounting for dummies, crime scene, crime scene investigation, wall street trader, wall street survivor, mutual funds, hedge funds, hedge funds market wizards, stock market meltdown, stocks, debt equity finance, equity, currency trading, options trading, stock trading, stock market basics, stock market investing, get rich cheating, get rich now, get rich, investing for dummies, financial shenanigans, forex, retirement countdown, retirement calculator, financial management, financial do's and don'ts, financial accounting, financial crimes, best crime books, true crime books, crime books, krimi, fraud, invest your money stock funds gold property, profitable, profits, investment banking, investment management, cfa, millionaire, millionaire secrets, billionaire, think and grow rich, making money, fortune, blue chip investing, trump, swindle, liar's poker, scam, trick, wall street, dividend, buy side, trade, trading, con, confidence game, capital gain, futures, short sale, ponzi scheme, pyramid scheme, enron, galleon, tyco, forensic accountant, fraud investigation, fraud audit, whistle blower, whistle blowing, financial statement fraud, fraud triangle, great recession, 2008, 2015 bestseller, financial thriller, recession, what is a ponzi scheme?, ponzi scheme definition, ponzi scheme example, define ponzi scheme, how to invest in stocksFamous Ponzi Schemes, Investment Scams and Financial Fraud and How To Spot Them Colleen Cross. are actively bringing new investors in, they feel a false sense of control. They arecertain they can bothrecruit enough people to ensureanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Slice Publishing - 2014-11-16|