8 best finance books of all time. Read Andrew Craig’s blog


Wednesday August 4, 2021 09:41 – by Andrew Craig

Personal finance

As part of your “you the world” journey, we believe that the information needed to make a useful and lasting change in our lives can very often be found in the right book.

We often hear people say something like “you can’t learn everything from a book” – they are probably right.

Having said that, I think we live in a time when books are seriously underestimated. A few minutes on Amazon and a few hours reading what comes next can and will make a huge difference in our lives.

This is especially true of finance as a subject.

As such, I want to talk a bit about the books and suggest the best ones for learning the most important aspects of finance. In recent years, I have been fortunate enough to have time to read a lot. Below, I share my thoughts on the best of the hundreds of titles I have browsed.

I hope you find them as inspiring and useful as I am. Many of these titles are nothing short of life changes.

Each of the books in the list below has the potential to have a significant impact on your financial future. Making the decision to buy and read just one of them can have a huge impact on your wealth. If you take this step, I am convinced that you will discover a new world of possibilities and that you will not stop at a book. I can’t recommend you enough to start the trip at least.

Remember, if you have a basic understanding of what you’re doing, making money with money is much easier in the long run than making money with work.

The faster you do it, the better.

Read them all if you can; they all offer a different perspective and complement your financial education.

All of these recommended books are available in good bookstores. For convenience, we have provided links to Amazon for purchasing online:

1.The next big investment boom
2.One Up on Wall Street
3.Trade your way to financial freedom
4.The Gone Fishin ‘wallet
5.The path of the turtle
6.Rich daddy, poor daddy
seven.Think rich get rich
8.The Rise of Money

Good reading!

This blog post was taken from Andrew Craig’s site Simple English for Finance. André is the author of How to Own the World: A Simple English Guide to Thinking Global and Investing Wisely.

The views of the writer are his own and not a representation of those of South East London. No advice is deducted or given. If you need financial advice, please consult an independent financial advisor.