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If You Can: How Millennials Can Get Rich Slowly Kindle Edition
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And therefore I read this booklet as if I were one of the youngsters just starting out. For so many new savers, the investing world is Complex and Confusing. I want to know WHAT to read, HOW to do things, IN WHAT ORDER; Just give me a good map and I can follow it! And that's what this is. It coincides with many of the proven classics of Personal Finance I have read already...when you start to read things over and over in other books, you start to see patterns, you start to understand, and you begin to implement.
This is a personal journey for me, researching all this stuff. Fearing it was all over my head, I decided to proceed with self-learning. It's not as confusing as it first seemed. I LOVE this little eBook! In one compact place it laid out all the basics (that's why it is intended for young people just starting out) but I needed it too! And it gave me a list of several other books to read, which I promptly ordered from Amazon (using points and gift card balances so as not to go into DEBT to get them. Ha!)
Knowledge is POWER! I will see to it that my 16 year old son reads this before he graduates high school! He has taken an interest in personal finance because he is seeing his mother do it! This book is for everyone!
a well condensed version (for the Twitter generation),
addressing the challenges young investors face (quote below, good advice for all ages),
written by an "expert" (what do parents know?).
Hurdle 1: Even if you can invest like Warren Buffett, if you can't save, you'll die poor.
Hurdle 2: Finance isn't rocket science, but you'd better understand it clearly.
Hurdle 3: Those who ignore financial history are condemned to repeat it.
Hurdle 4: We have met the enemy and he is us.
Hurdle 5: The financial services industry wants to make you poor and stupid.
I thought it was well worth $0.99, though I am an unabashed fan of Dr B (my AA is still based on 'The Four Pillars...')