Andy Snyder

Founder, Manward Press

Andy did what most of us can only dream of. He left our bustling society to rough it in the Alaskan wilderness – no roads, no electricity, nothing but the outdoors and his sharp mind. While there, he met with top investors and entrepreneurs from across the globe, all seeking out his expertise. His experience inspired the idea for his unique publishing company, Manward Press. Not only does Andy dish out top-notch investment advice (after all, he spent a decade as an advisor at one of Wall Street’s top brokerages), but his mission is to lead folks to richer, healthier lives through his science-backed Triad of Liberty, Know-How and Connections. His one-of-a-kind free daily e-letter, Manward Digest, is a true fan favorite.

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NBA vs. China: The Truth Comes Out

We can’t hold back anymore. It’d be disrespectful to all we do… a slap in the face to our mission.

The Best Options for Yield-Hungry Investors

What’s happening in the stock market is far from natural. Prices are supposed to rise on good news… and fall on bad news. Clearly that’s not happening…

Desperately Seeking Returns: The Yield Crisis Expands

GE’s pension cut reveals a scary truth… Companies are desperate for returns. And they’re getting addicted to higher-risk assets.

How To Invest In Stocks (5 Step Guide)

Are you interested in learning how to invest in the […]

The Secret to Buying the Perfect Stock – Transcript

If you can afford a Netflix account, you can buy […]

If You Think That Banks Were Too Big to Fail… Check This Out

If you think that banks were too big to fail… wait until you see the lengths politicians are willing to go to save the retirements of their best voters.

Don’t Buy What the Media Is Selling

As the headlines spell out doom and gloom, it’s important to remember that the media isn’t covering the news that matters. They’re dishing out the news that sells.

Greenspan Signals Trouble Ahead for Interest Rates

Alan Greenspan is back in the news… and blessing negative interest rates. We dare him to look in the eye of the American investor and say that.