High Praise for Ms. Money
Goodreads Reader Assigns Top Five-Star Rating!
PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 16, 2016!
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“Sex is the ultimate medium of exchange”
— Ms. Money
If you’re a serious investor, you’ve seen ‘Ms. Money’ on TV. She’s a regular on Smarter Than The Street, the financial markets broadcast whose Neilsen ratings are off the chart. When she’s not on camera, Margaret M Worth is Chief Investment Strategist for nationwide money manager Traub Securities. After making a fortune, losing it and winning it back, she is ultimately victorious in the men only, survival-of-the-fittest world of Wall Street. But she becomes disillusioned with the Midas touch, and when a 2008 Presidential appointment sends her into the inner sanctum of the monetary blowup at the New York Federal Reserve on Maiden Lane, she gets in touch with the real Maggie, discovering genuine self-worth. Will her new found independence be rewarded?
Women at work love
** “Ms. Money knows oppression when she sees it. Ashton debunks the classic paradigm that men live for money and all women want is love.” Amber Kaufman, copywriter
** “The first totally great novel of the financial crisis.”
Gail Postal, artist
** “Maggie Worth beats the Wall Street boys, making millions on M&A, because she knows what merger and acquisition really mean.” Tracy Gardner Beno, author
** “Men made the financial world come crashing down. It took a woman to find out why.” Nora Brown, educator
** “Ms. Money is a modern Becky Sharp, rising and falling in the Vanity Fair of Wall Street." Tricia Dunham, actress
TL Ashton wrote investment strategy at Prudential Securities, Salomon Brothers, U.S. Trust, TD Ameritrade, and other Wall Street firms. The Madonna Model, by the same author, will be published next year.
“Now you’ve seen how I became Ms. Money, a highly paid financial strategist and TV stock market commentator with a bank account to die for. I took off my clothes, so to speak, and bared it all. I have two children who are worth more to me than anything in the world. Even more important you now know that the hero of my story is a woman. She is neither slave girl, nor princess, as central casting would have it. She knows that women can be heroes not heroines. And she knows what she has to do to become one. What I am is a woman who understands the heroism of being a woman. I’m ready now for grueling arduous conflict. But please pay careful attention because my struggle is a woman’s. Fire-breathing dragons have been extinct for centuries.”---TL Ashton
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