People often think things are beyond their reach simply because they don’t have someone to give them information. Oftentimes I struggled due to lack of knowledge and resources. This resulted in me reading and learning from many books. Hopefully, so you won’t have to. Here are some books that I found helpful in my quest to become more financially literate. With any luck the attached links will work.
The BIBLE KJV– I have often thought that even if you are not a Christian or spiritual person, the bible gives some of the most common sense advice on being good stewards with money. It contains some of the most sound financial advice I have ever used.
The Millionaire Next Door
The Intelligent Investor
The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: Fifth Edition
The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness by Dave Ramsey ?
The Richest Man in Babylon Paperback by George S. Clason
Investing for dummies by Eric Tyson
Millionaire Women Next Door: The Many Journeys of Successful American Businesswomen
I don’t advise anyone to invest money into the stock market unless they have consulted with a financial professional and can afford to lose that money. The stock market swings both ways. I have personally made and lost money trading in the market. Leave this up to professionals.
This week I started listening via audible the audiobook “The 4 hour work week”. I will let you guys know how this audiobook purchase turns out. I prefer to actually hold a book in my arms. I feel like I learn and absorb the information better. However, this is not always practical for my time management strategies.
I consume a lot of information and just may have information overload, but I try to listen at bedtime and while I clean up the house.