7 Books That Teach You The Art Of Saving & Investing (GLO 3023 74562 84441)
Are you tired of living from paycheck to paycheck? Has mummy and daddy been harassing you for your lack of substantial income? Do not go rushing into a Ponzi scheme or squandering all of your income.
How about you go back to reading books? As old school and time consuming as reading may look, great men and women have attested to the fact that reading was one of their instruments to success.
So, how about it? Master the art of saving and investing with these books;
1. Broke Millennials; Erin Lowry
“Time to shake the misconception that investing is just for the wealthy.” – Erin Lowry
This is a book written by a millennial for millennials. Investopedia stated that it is one of the top picks for young folks looking to invest. It teaches you to understand your finance, addresses your spending habits, taking control over your finances and learning to stretch your paycheck.
2. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing; John C. Bogle
While the stock market has tumbled and then soared since the first edition of Little Book of Common Sense was published in April 2007, Bogle’s investment principles have endured and served investors well. This tenth-anniversary edition includes updated data and new information but maintains the same long-term perspective as its predecessor.
3. The Modern Guide to Stock Market Investing for Teens; Alan John
This book published in 2020, was written by a teenager in California, so you do not have to worry about the stock market is too difficult to handle. His book urges teens and college students to start investing in the stock market, it teaches the art of stock trading and money management.
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4. Thinking, Fast and Slow; Daniel Kahneman
Why do we make decisions based on a gut feeling rather than on facts and statistics? Daniel Kahneman, psychologist, economist, and winner of the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences asked in his book. ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ reveals how to make smart investing decisions by removing emotion from the equation.
5. The Richest Man in Babylon; George S. Clason
The Richest Man in Babylon is a 1926 book that dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set 4,000 years ago in ancient Babylon. As old as it is, the book captivates your attention with ancient stories and secrets to personal wealth.
6. The Smart Money Woman; Arase Ugwu
This enlightening modern-day slay girl kind of book follows the story of Zuri, she has a great job but lives in an apartment beyond her means and she’s always broke. Does this sound familiar to you? This book will teach you to shun irrelevant purchases and make your money work for you. You can also purchase the sequel; The Smart Money Tribe.
7. Rich Dad Poor Dad; Robert Kiyosaki
Even if you haven’t read it, you must have seen it somewhere. And no, it’s not just for dads. But the book was based on the two fathers of Robert, one poor and the other rich. In his book, he differentiated between working hard and working smart. You can’t go wrong with this purchase.
So, which one on the list will you be buying?