Any in particular that you'd recommend? Let us know below!
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Great list @Bee! We'll definitely have to check them out. What are some of the ways these big helped you specifically? Did they financially inspire you, or did they give you a more technical understanding about money etc.?
One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch
An easy read that provides the basics of investing. Can you get the same info on a 15 minute You Tube video ? Yes, but Lynch explains it in such a way that you understand and retain what he is trying to tell you.
@jmaschak Everyone learns differently! Books are better for some, others prefer videos. Great suggestion though, we'll have to check it out! 😁
- Atomic Habits (James Clear)
- Money Master The Game (Tony Robbins)
- The 10x Rule (Grant Cardone)
- Outliers (Malcolm Gladwell)
@Bee - thank you for the list shared above too. Will definitely have a look at those.
I have not read these, but I just got them. I have seen a lot of recommendations for them so I shall pass them on to you.
1. The richest man in Babylon
2. The Bogleheads guide to investing
3. The intelligent investor
Profit First, Go For No, Networking On Purpose, Forever Employable.
Adding One Up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch. A good intro into fundamental investing and how to do it. By far the most helpful book on investing I have read thus fa and definitely worth the $20
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J Stanley and William D Danko
8 Steps to 7 figures by Charles Carlson. Best book I've read on the subject so far.
It is better to check the list of writer on Wikipedia because the most of the writer get the Wikipedia page creation service to promote or let people to know about them or their book
Did I miss it in the reply but Jim Cramer’s Mad Money
I know it is not a book, but I think the first 4 videos of this series do a great job to explain what money is:
Minority Mindset's Youtube channel will get you the rest of the way.