New book, ‘Avoiding Swindlers’ by Al Rosen

New book, ‘Avoiding Swindlers’ by Al Rosen


TORONTO, Ont., Oct. 5, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Canadian author Al Rosen’s business and investment book, Avoiding Swindlers (ISBN: 978-0228881179) is a book of cautionary tales based on true events. Investors lose millions of dollars to financial tricksters.

BOOK: Avoiding Scammers - by Al Rosen
Caption: Book cover for Avoiding Swindlers by Al Rosen.

Many Americans and Canadians fail to understand balance sheet gaps that allow companies to speculatively and dishonestly inflate profits to obtain investments and credit they otherwise would not qualify for.

Al Rosen believes financial risk can be minimized before situations deteriorate into bankruptcies. However, individual investors need to take certain actions after doing some homework.

Social media and new investment apps have encouraged new investors to buy “hot tips” – this has led to more dangers and scammers. Al Rosen wrote “Avoiding Swindlers” so that individuals can learn to recognize warning signs.

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Al Rosen has been a university professor (PhD) with multiple qualifications in investigative accounting and reporting (e.g. fraud investigator) for over 35 years. He has written many reports for court cases and testified in courts of various countries in many cases involving large sums of money. It is often claimed that investors have been misled by materially misleading financial reports.

He is the author of two previous books and articles with his son Mark. They talk about how and why millions of dollars in investor funds have essentially, and often quickly, disappeared. Real situations are the subject of these writings. Money was stolen and trouble ensued.


Author: Al Rosen

Email: al.rosen @ (media only)

Genre: Nonfiction / Business

Released: July 2022

ISBN: 978-0-2288-8117-9 (paperback)

ISBN: 978-0-2288-8118-6 (hardcover)

Publisher: Tellwell Talent


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