"...if you are looking for the first, and possibly only, book to read if you want to figure out how to finance the rest of your life, you can read Andrew Hallam’s “The Millionaire Teacher.”" -- Scott Burns
"'Millionaire Teacher' is a an inspiring must-read." -- Canadian Business
"It’s that kind of experience and wisdom that makes 'Millionaire Teacher' such an outstanding book. It’s easy to find excellent books about investing, but it’s rare to read an author who so clearly understands how people think and act in their financial lives." -- canadiancouchpotato.com
"The book itself focuses on nine rules of wealth that people should have learned in school... These rules nicely distill what has been said in many of the better personal finance books out there: particularly those that cover indexing and the futility of high-cost actively managed investment approaches." -- Financial Post
"I would recommend Hallam’s book as a great investment guide for the investor that wants to be more engaged with their portfolio." -- Jim Yih, retirehappyblog.ca
"Written simply, the book is suitable even for those who have little knowledge of finances." -- Personal Money"If you want to make sure that your money is invested wisely, then this is the book for you." -- turnonepoundintoamillion.com
"...quirky, upbeat and above all interesting...a book for anyone." -- blog.iii.co.uk
"This book is engaging and easy to read." -- retireby40.org
As a high school teacher Andrew Hallam is aware of what kind of personal finance education you probably received in school. While you were memorizing the names of dead presidents, battling with trigonometry and laboring over a periodic table of elements, you were probably getting short-changed on the basics of money.
So he wants to make it up to you: with Millionaire Teacher-Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School.
This isn’t a get-rich quick scheme. It is, however, the same time-tested, evidence-based plan that allowed Mr. Hallam to become a millionaire on a teacher’s salary.
Journey with him to explore what most wealthy people already know: if you spend your money responsibly, you can eventually grow rich.
Let him guide you to evidence-based investment strategies of index funds, and laugh when you learn how to whip the pants off most finance professionals, while spending just an hour and a half each year on your investments.
Best of all, learn to defend yourself against the self-serving army of financial planners that aim to pad their own bank accounts, at your expense.
The nine rules of wealth weren’t part of your school curriculum. But it’s not too late to learn them. Take this final class with an entertaining teacher who has already walked to walk. You deserve it.
the book needs to be viewed as a call for action to retire while having sufficient means to live on,however further reading may be recommended. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rustam Mamanazaru
Great book for beginners. Andrew walk you through all the steps required to get you started in investing.Published 16 days ago by Ric
In a nutshell his advice is to buy index stocks/bonds. Not the best investment book I've readPublished 21 days ago by Master Blazer
Awesome book! Common sense and financially sound. A breath of fresh air to all the get rich quick schemes out there!Published 1 month ago by Ashleigh Ferguson
After reading this I'm confident to bust my chops in the stock market. Gets very repetitive though.Published 2 months ago by Ky'ul
i havent read a lot of books in my life but this one ill likely read again.
as someone with a 6 figure stock portfolio, I will be rebalancing in the very near future.
I've read a few investing books. Financial planning has become partly my hobby. I just finished reading this book, by Andrew Hallam, who is an English teacher that became a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Young Canadian
Easy to read and yet contain such critical information in personal finance. An essential must read for anybody who has very little knowledge in personal finance.Published 4 months ago by R. An
This was the first book I read about personal investing, something that is oddly not taught about in Business School. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Justin