Superdeal ...The successful business deal. Anyone can walk this road to wealth - anyone, that is, who is willing to invest the work and watch for opportunities. Even in the high-technology environment that prevails today superdealers are making it. In the 21st Century the opportunities will proliferate. From today's ratio of one millionaire to every 400 Americans, the figures may go to one in 300, one in 200 ...That's the central theme of Adam Starchild's book, "Superdeal: The Art of Wheeling & Dealing". The book is based on extensive research as well as on his own experience as a financial consultant. He doesn't glamorize or gloss over the challenge of becoming a superdealer. He does lay out in great detail how you can approach that challenge, prepare for it, meet it, master it. He explains: What a superdeal is, and how it correlates with the amount of time and money risked? Why the superdeal approach is the logical way to go in today's economy? How you can start small and pyramid less spectacular superdeals into more spectacular ones? Why the superdealer has to stay clean in a legal sense? Where financing comes from?
He also explains: What international superdeal opportunities to look for? How to assess the market or a single opportunity? The importance of timing in carryout out a superdeal? The questions you should ask - and answer - before taking the plunge into a superdeal. Numerous case histories are cited. This is a hugely useful and down-to-earth how-to book for all those who have ever considered superdealing on any scale - with all that that implies in terms of independence, dedication to work, and creative spirit. Over the past 25 years, Adam Starchild has been the author of over two dozen books, and hundreds of magazine articles, primarily on business and finance. His articles have appeared in a wide range of publications around the world - including "Business Credit", "Euromoney", "Finance", "The Financial Planner', "International Living", "Offshore Financial Review", "Reason", "Tax Planning International", "The Bull & Bear", "Trust & Estates", and many more. Now semi-retired, he was the president of an international consulting group specializing in banking, finance and the development of new businesses, and director of a trust company.
Although this formidable testimony to expertise in his field, plus his current preoccupation with other books-in-progress, would not seem to leave time for a well-rounded existence, Starchild has won two Presidential Sports Awards and written several cookbooks, and is currently involved in a number of personal charitable projects.