Author(s): Olly Newland
Out of print, advised 7/3/2006. Many people remember with a shudder the massive stockmarket crash around the world in 1987. In New Zealand, as in many countries, it came on the back of an unprecedented share and property boom; when it seemed that huge sums of money could be made for the asking. Olly Newland, founder of Landmark, and a wheeler and dealer supreme, was in demand for advice and comment and as a speaker to investment groups. Then, beginning in New York, the market suddenly crashed. Here, Olly Newland gives an insider's view of the build-up and the let-down - and lays the blame firmly at the doors of the banks and the government of the day. In this updated edition, Olly Newland reflects on how little and how much has changed since the 1987 sharemarket crash. In four new chapters, he shares how it is still possible to make a respectable living from investing in property. He gives practical and up-to-date advice for those wanting to build wealth and ongoing passive income from property investing.