Privacy Secrets      PT Reports, Offshore and Personal Privacy bookstore

High Yield Investments

International Investments Best Seller

High Yield Investments

High Yield Investments
by Lance Spicer

buy on amazon

This book has become an international best seller since its first release in 1998. This edition is from 2006, with extra bonus investments detailed.

Perhaps you have heard of the term 'high yield investments', unfortunately often assosciated with fraud. Now you can find the real truth behind it all and learn where you can find genuine high yield return investments.

High Yield Investments is an absolute MUST for every investor who is serious about making money! The book details over 60 of the best investments in the world, what they are, where they are, how to contact the managers and how to invest.

The book comes with August 2005 update booklet with Bonus extra Investments detailed!

High Yield Investments book features:

  • A hedge fund investment in the US returning 60%p.a. over the last 3 years 
  • A company returning over 40%p.a. involved with Precious Metals 
  • Small Cap fund returning 58%p.a. 
  • A UK Venture Capitalist consistently returning high yield returns – over 50%p.a. 
  • A European fund achieving tax free growth currently returning over 80%p.a. 
  • A US fund manager whose funds are currently returning 50-100%p.a. 
  • Plus many more investment opportunities and information 

This book is available to purchase online here.

International Wealth Library books
international wealth library   The Invisible World
  Invisible Banking
  High Yield Investments 2
  Future Wealth
  Financial Crisis
  The Offshore Investment Guide


"Money is not an invention of the State. It is not the product of a legislative act. Even the sanction of political authority is not necessary for its existence. Certain commodities came to be money quite naturally, as the result of economic relationships that were independent of the power of the State."

Carl Menger - the founder of the Austrian school of economics