Black Friday Gifts That Keep on Giving: Advice from JK Enterprises

These holiday season gifts appreciate over time.

Grayslake, IL, November 28, 2013 --( What do economist John Maynard Keynes and Black Friday have in common? The holiday shopping season is one big Keynesian economic stimulus, but it can be more beneficial to gift recipients.

"Instead of buying things that may not be appreciated, buy stocks, ETFs and mutual funds that will appreciate," says John Wasik, author of a new book "Keynes's Way to Wealth: Timeless Investment Lessons from the Great Economist" (McGraw-Hill). "Give a gift that keeps on giving -- and compounding -- year after year."

The author can recommend specific durable financial gifts for children, retirement or college investors. Wasik's book has been praised by Vanguard founder Jack Bogle and Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller, among others.

Keynes, who was not well known as a professional investor to modern audiences, was a great professional and individual investor. He started investing in stocks when he was young, investing holiday and birthday gifts. He continued accumulating stocks until he died in 1946.

Wasik's book tells the story of this largely unknown side of Keynes while offering timeless investment advice for people of all ages. How do you ignore market "noise" and invest for the long term? When is the best time to buy? How do you invest for the long term? Wasik answers all of these questions and more.

To interview the author or obtain a review copy, contact Lydia Rinaldi at Now in hardcover, it's also available in kindle ebook format on

Contact the author directly at The book link is:
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