FAIRFAX, CA – 6 Sep, 2017 – Thomas Herold, the owner and CEO of Herold’s Financial Dictionary today announced the exciting release of a new financial dictionary book series, which covers 9 separate financial categories.
This new book series covers Accounting, Banking, Corporate Finance, Economics, Investment, Laws & Regulations, Real Estate, Retirement, and Trading. All books in this series are available as ebooks and in Paperback format at amazon for between $7.95 and $13.95.
Until September 15, Mr. Herold offers all ebooks for free as part of his Kindle review promotion. Customers can download all books from the series in PDF format for free and can decide if they want to write a brief review in return.
This new book series is perfectly suited as a reference for both home and business. Each book offers detailed and comprehensive article-styled descriptions of each term with around 600 words. The online dictionary with now over 950 entries is continuously updated weekly and adds about 50 more new financial terms per month.
The free version in PDF format, which covers 100 of the most important financial terms – including crypto currencies like BitCoin and Ethereum – is available for direct download. A paperback version of this free financial dictionary is available from Amazon for a retail price of $13.95.
About the Team
Thomas Herold – CEO:
Is a successful entrepreneur and personal development coach. He is the author of 18 financial books with over 400,000 copies distributed worldwide. In 2011 he released‚ “Building Wealth with Silver” which makes the case for the investment opportunity in silver. In the same year his 5 volumes of “The Financial Advisor to Building Wealth” was also released. In 2014 the first version of the “Financial Terms Dictionary” was published.
W.D. Crowder – Writer:
Is an American published author, financial newsletter and article writer, web page publisher, and marketer. He has written over 3,250 commissioned articles and hundreds of financial newsletter issues. His background and areas of expertise include history, economics, international relations, investments and personal finance. A widely read and top of his class graduate of Stetson University, he obtained his bachelor of arts degree in History with minors in Latin American Studies and International Relations and a special emphasis in Economics.
Contact Person: Thomas Herold
Country: United States