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MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom Hardcover – Nov 18 2014

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  • Hardcover: 688 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster (Nov. 18 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1476757801
  • ISBN-13: 978-1476757803
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.6 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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MONEY Master the Game will be a huge help to investors. Tony Robbins dropped by my office for a forty-minute appointment that lasted for four hours. It was the most provocative, probing interview of my long career, a reaction shared, I’m sure, by the other souls with strong investment values and sharp financial minds who populate this fine book. This book will enlighten you and reinforce your understanding of how to master the money game and, in the long run, earn you financial freedom.” (John C. Bogle, founder, the Vanguard Group and the Vanguard Index Funds)

In this book Tony Robbins brings his unique talent for making the complex simple as he distills the concepts of the best investors in the world into practical lessons that will benefit both naïve investors and skilled professionals." (Ray Dalio, founder and co-Chief Investment Officer, Bridgewater Associates)

“Tony Robbins is a human locksmith—he knows how to open your mind to larger possibilities. Using his unique insights into human nature, he’s found a way to simplify the strategies of the world’s greatest investors and create a simple 7-step system that anyone can use on the path to the financial freedom they deserve.” (Paul Tudor Jones, founder, Tudor Investment and Legendary Trader)

“In this book Tony masterfully weaves anecdote and expertise to simplify for readers the process of investing—priming their financial education and helping them effectively plan for their future.” (Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, J.P. Morgan Asset Management)

“You can’t meet Tony Robbins and listen to his words without being inspired to act. This book will give you the strategies to create financial freedom for yourself and your family.” (T. Boone Pickens)

“Robbins' common-sensical, relentlessly positive, often highly specific advice is both useful and inspirational…” (Kirkus)

“That rare gift that keeps on giving….Robbins has produced a book that will appeal to both the beginner and the most sophisticated money jockey overseeing multibillions of dollars in assets….If there were a Pulitzer Prize for investment books, this one would win, hands down.” (Forbes.com)

“A commanding book….after reading this book, readers will be armed with the essential tools they need to gain control of their financial future and chart a path to success.” (Publishers Weekly)

“Mr. Robbins delves deep into the topic of money, touching on the psychology of wealth, what holds people back from achieving financial success — and some cures…. provides a hefty dose of the psychology and the science of personal achievement that Mr. Robbins is famous for. But at its core, the book distills a seven-step action plan that Main Street readers — from college graduates to pre-retirees — can use to build a better future for themselves and their families.” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

“A distillation of just about every good personal-finance idea of the last 40 years. Mr. Robbins passionately advocates diversification, buying index funds to keep investment expenses low and increasing the percentage you save every time you get a raise.” (New York Times)

“I highly recommend you put ‘Money: Master the Game’ on your short list of new books to read. Chances are, you'll be coming back to it again and again and pass your dog-eared copy on to your kids. It's that good. (Marketwatch.com)

About the Author

Tony Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. For more than thirty-seven years, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and dynamic presentation of Mr. Robbins’s corporate and personal development events. He is the nation’s #1 life and business strategist. He’s called upon to consult and coach with some of the world’s finest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and even presidents of nations.

As an entrepreneur, he has more than twenty companies, a dozen of which he actively manages. At present, the companies he founded or partnered in have combined annual sales of more than $6 billion a year.

Also of note is Robbins’s marquee philanthropy, which spans more than three and a half decades of serving those forgotten by society—children, the imprisoned, and the homeless. He is responsible for feeding more than 42 million people. This year, through his partnership with Feeding America, Robbins has committed to personally provide 50 million meals to those in need, and he is at work to get matching funds to feed 100 million more.

A #1 New York Times bestselling author, he lives in Palm Beach, Florida.

 

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Format: Hardcover
The book discussed a lot of money and investment concepts a lot of people--even intelligent and diligent people--lack.

I'm about 1/3 through the boo, but I find the biggest drawback of the book was the American-centric advice. However, a lot of Canadian readers are missing the point: most of the retirement plans and investments mentioned have Canadian counterparts. 401k is similar to a RPP, IRA is similar to RRSP, and TFSA is a rough approximation of Roth IRA.

As for financial products, low-fee index funds, annuities and structured notes are available in Canada -- some structured products and index funds are even listed on TSX and can be traded like stocks. The Canadian equivalent of CDs are GICs, and market-linked GICs are available from major banks.

The principles are still applicable though, just need to do some more research on the Canadian offerings.
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SERIOUS QUESTION: If you had two investments, one that's $50 000 and one that's $1 000 000, which one would you put more energy into? Simple logic says you don't even consider the $50k, and pour all your time into the million. But, after a short poll of friends and colleagues, I learned that we do the exact opposite. Here's an example:

About a year ago I bought a new car. I spent months pouring over consumer reviews, test driving, talking with friends, and investigating resale value. Conversely, when I committed to saving for my retirement I did a little "Google" research, then went to my bank, met an adviser, and trusted him to help me pick my investments. I've diligently made contributions from my paycheck ever since. The truth is, I spent about 1/10th of the time investigating my retirement as I did investigating a $50k vehicle I'll drive for 5 years tops... HOW STUPID IS THAT? Apparently not that stupid, it's what most people do.

Tony Robbins new book, "Money - Master the Game" is an absolute gem! Even as a Canadian, despite the heavy US focus, this book opened my eyes to an industry designed to TAKE not CREATE wealth. This book certainly isn't the end all of investment strategies - BUT - if you want to retire on-time (or early), if you don't want to worry about running out of money before you die, if you want to maintain your current standard of living when you retire, then this book is for you!

If you don't know any of the following, you really need to read this book (you'll be glad you did):
1. 96% of mutual funds DO NOT beat the stock market (and you pay fees on top of that)
2. The advertised average rate of return for mutual funds is NOT what anyone actually got! (up 50%, down 50%, up 50%, down 50% is not 0% - it's a 43.
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One of the best books for a someone who is unfamiliar with investing. It's too bad they don't teach this sort of thing in highschool. It's far more important than some of the other subjects that are covered in depth and ad nauseum. I've learned so much already and I'm only half way through. It won't make me an expert in stocks and bonds, but it sure has helped me understand investing for maximum gains.
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Tony Robbins has lost all credibility.
His book is full of useful information, but he just cannot keep his hands out of the cookie jar. The whole book is a 600 page marketing plot for his products or products with which he has some partnership. He is the master of the game, driving the reader to believe that the financial products which his partners offer are the most logical option. Congratulations Tony, you have shown us what great master you are at marketing, selling, persuading. That is the real lesson.
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None of the advice in this book is wrong or bad, but there also isn't anything new for someone who isn't a beginner. However I see the value for the people who have never paid attention to their finances and who will be surprised to see how bad of a deal a mutual fund really is. But would someone who has so little interest in finances that they haven't bothered with the basics be helped by a 600 page book? The book could have easily been 300 or fewer pages if it wasn't full of long "previews" and teasers of content that is coming down the line. The structure is like a reality TV show which wastes a lot of time with previews and reviews of what is happening.

Robbins also spends a somewhat suspicious amount of time extolling the virtues of specific companies that he has a stake in. So he donated the proceeds of the book which is great, but parts of the book feel like just a long advertisement for his own financial services. The advice isn't wrong or misleading, but the whole thing just feels a bit scummy.

The interviews with the financial greats were nice, if a bit short. Overall the book is worth a read, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend it to anyone. The important lessons from it have certainly been covered before, and could be summed up in about 20 pages, although Tony does do a good job hammering in the importance of cutting fees and discussing most concepts logically. I especially appreciate the focus on the market being almost entirely unpredictable and was glad to see that none of his advertised companies pretended to beat the market for you.
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