Hi guys today I’m going to talk about books not ordinary book, but the financial books that teach the art of finance and offer a great way of learning and expertise. You know there are thousands of books are available in the market and I know they must be awesome but the few book that attach to you or you can say give greater happiness when you read that book that time you understand this is a book made for me. And that goes to me also I read many of the finance books but only few of them attach to my heart and open my mind about this world and the finance of my life and I strongly recommended to you read this books.
Rich dad and poor dad – Robert Kiyosaki
Rich dad poor dad is written in the style of a set of parables, ostensibly based on Kiyosaki life. The titular ‘rich dad” is purportedly his friend’s father who accumulated wealth due to entrepreneurship and savvy investing, while the “poor dad” is claims to be kiyosaki own father who he says worked hard all his life but never obtained financial security. Those lessons include how you don’t need to make a lot of money to get rich, defines asset and liabilities, and explain to parents why school won’t teach your kid what they need to know about personal finance. Must read book I strongly recommend.
The intelligent investor – Benjamin graham
Graham’s main investment approach outlined in the intelligent investor is that of value investing. Value investing is an investment strategy that target undervalued stocks of companies that have the capabilities as businesses to perform well in the long run. This book gave some of the best technique to use you money in stock market wisely. And in graham word’s “the thing that I have been emphasizing in my own work for the last few years has been the group approach. To try to buy group of stocks that meet some simple criterion for being undervalued regardless of the industry and with very little attention to the individual company”.
Think and grow rich – Napoleon Hill
Think and grow rich is based on hill’s earlier work the law of success, said to be the result of more than twenty years of study of many individual who had amassed personal fortunes. The few principles in ‘think and grow rich’ involve visualization and human imagination, reached show that your brain responds the same way to real and imagined scenarios.
The millionaire next door – Thomas J. Stanley
The author compare the behavior of those they call “UAWs” (under Accumulator of Wealth) and those who are “PAWs” (prodigious accumulator of weath). Their findings, that millionaires are disproportionately clustered in middle-class and blue cloar neighborhood and not in more affluent or white collar communities, came as a surprise to the author who anticipated the contrary.
The total money makeover – Dave Ramsey
The total money makeover teaches individuals how to get out of debt as well as how to budget. The book also teaches the following achieve like financial stability, planning ahead for upcoming financial events, like retirement, and shares stories of individuals and couples that have done so successfully.