In 2013, I lost my life savings because of a gambling addiction. That's when I decided to turn my financial future around by studying personal finance, investing, and the psychology of money. Now, I share the most impactful financial lessons I learned in the articles on this page.
> Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad, Poor Dad was the first book I read after dealing with my gambling addiction - and I don't exaggerate when I say this book has changed my life. Anyone dedicated to improving their finances should read this book at least once.
In a clear and concise way, 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' shares the fundamentals of growing your net worth and managing your money like the wealthy.
> Playing With FIRE - Scott Rieckens
Playing With FIRE explains the fascinating concept of FIRE, which stands for Financial Independence / Retire Early.
Those who pursue FIRE (myself included) are dedicated to saving and investing as much of their monthly income as possible so they can reach financial independence and retirement as quickly as possible.
Think you need millions to retire or reach financial independence? This book explains how it might be much closer than you think.
> Money: Master The Game - Tony Robbins
Money: Master The Game is written by the legendary Tony Robbins and it's been an essential read for my personal finances.
This book showed me the power of passive index fund investing, the 'bucket allocation' system to save much smarter, and it contains fascinating interviews with 50 of the wealthiest investors in the world.
> A Random Walk Down Wall Street - Burton Malkiel
This book shows - based on years of studies and data analysis - why the ordinary investor is better off building a passive index fund portfolio instead of picking individual stocks.
The information shared in this book is something the financial industry rather doesn't want you to know - which is precisely why you need to read it!
> One Up On Wall Street - Peter Lynch
One Up On Wall Street shows how an individual investor can beat the market by strictly investing in stocks they deeply understand.
Peter's teachings have helped me make dozens of investments that earned well above the market average, so I highly recommend this book.
Note: I wouldn't recommend this book to investors who are new to the stock market. The best way to start is by building your passive index fund portfolio.
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