Book Summary: One Up on Wall Street

One Up on Wall Street The small investor can have the upper hand against the ‘professionals’ In One up on Wall Street, the legendary investor Peter Lynch reveals how his amateur approach to investing has led him to become one of the most successful...

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad Are you buying assets or liabilities? Rich Dad, Poor Dad is s story about Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads, and how growing up with them shaped his financial views. His real dad was a college professor with a PhD who believes that one should work for...

Book Summary: Invested

Invested Ready to create a wishlist of companies to buy on sale? As a corporate startup attorney, Danielle was overworked, burnt out, and stuck in a lifestyle that left her with health problems and little time for her family and friends. She knew she needed a change...

Book Summary: Fail-Safe Investing

Fail-Safe Investing This ‘Permanent Portfolio’ will change the way you invest. Fail-Safe Investing: Lifelong Financial Security in 30 Minutes There are many books that will claim to teach you how to ‘beat the market.’ Fail-Self Investing is not that book....

Book Summary: Richest Man in Babylon

The Richest Man in Babylon If you could choose between a bag of gold or wisdom – which would you choose? The Richest Man in Babylon is by George S. Clason and is one of the most popular personal finance books. Although it is written in 1926, a lot of the...