Miroslav Vyboh is making waves in the investing community, not just because he’s an intelligent guy with lots of knowledge on investing but also because he’s a real risk taker. The point of this book, which is called Profit Mentor, is to teach everyday people like him how to invest properly and also risk how to manage risks so that they can earn money as well as profit from it. I’ve read a lot of books about how to be an investor and I’ve always believed that you need a certain mental attitude when you are investing, but this book changed my view. Vyboh shows everyday people the right way to invest and just how important having the proper mindset is. There isn’t any better way to learn how to be an investor than by reading one of the many eBooks and courses being sold online as well as offline. Facebook.

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In the beginning of the book the author introduces his readers to the term, “Navel Lending.” Vyrboh then explains what Navel Lending is and how it differs from other forms of lending. Some of the other terms introduced during the course of Profit Mentor include the word “risk,” which is used to describe the high risk and high reward potential of some forms of investments, such as start up companies, as well as the word “venture capital.” Vyrboh also uses the term “private equity” a lot, probably because this type of investment does not require as much money or as much of a personal guarantee as venture capital do.

The key message to be learned by readers of Profit Mentor is that although being an investor is risky business, it can also be very profitable if you are willing to work for it. Vyrboh emphasizes that investors must think about their overall goals before they make any investment decisions. There are a lot of different courses being taught in the world of private equity and finance today, Vyrboh’s book, navel lending, is one of the more simple to follow, and perhaps simpler to read as well. Reading about his experience as an investor will help new investors understand the risks involved in being a private investor, but the rewards may far outweigh any fear.