You Need These 2 Types of Finance Books:
1. The financial information in black and white, tried and true. Follow it and you’re bound to succeed.
2. Your own inside ideas and beliefs about money may need to be shifted. Without doing this, no black and white money plans will ever work for the long term or even at all. There are books that deal with both below.
Read both types of books and you may be well on your way to be a rich.
The Law of Divine Compensation, On Work, Money and Miracles
by Marianne Williamson
According to Marianne Williamson, our thoughts create our financial reality.
“In our ability to think about something differently lies the power to make it different”.
This is a book of work, money and miracles.
The Science of Getting Rich
by Wallace Wattles
This book from 1910 provided the intellectual framework for many personal wealth-building seminars. Wallace Wattle believed that how you think about your ability to accumulate wealth is how you create wealth. If you believe that money is evil, you won’t be wealthy.
The 50th Law
by 50 Cent and Robert Greene
Robert Greene is an American author and speaker known for his books on strategy, power and seduction. He has written four international bestsellers: The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law with 50 Cent.
This book is recommended by top entrepreneur’s, with the central theme of this being fearlessness, something much needed in re-framing your thoughts about wealth, being rich, and that anyone can make it financially.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind
by T. Harv Eker
This is my personal favorite. It is written by T. Harv Eker, a man that made it to the top a few times and delves into the mind and beliefs of wealthy people.
It has strategies that are simple to follow and he offers a free, live event to learn the tools in this book. He says the change of attitude is just as important as financial education and he shows you just how to do this.
How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt & Live Prosperously
by Jerrold Mundis
This may be the book you want to pick first. Many wealthy individuals live frugally at first and understand the importance of eradicating your debt. Then you can go ahead and create your wealth.
Don’t skip this one.
Think and Grow Rich
by Napoleon Hill
This book was written after the 1929 great depression and took two decades of research that the author Napoleon Hill conducted.
He was a poor journalist and interviewed over five hundred people that were successful. John D. Rockefeller, George Eastman, W. Wrigley Jr., and Charles Schwab, and more. This book is his research in the form of steps that are still relevant today.
Books on Financial Information:
The Intelligent Investor of Practical Counsel
by Benjamin Graham and Jason Zweig
Written in 1949, Warren Buffet has turned to this book often.
“Chapters 8 and 20 have been the bedrock of my investing activities for more than 60 years,” he says. “I suggest that all investors read those chapters and reread them every time the market has been especially strong or weak.”
The Investment Answer
by Daniel C. Goldie, CFA, CFP and Gordon S. Murray
Gordon Murray teamed up with his financial adviser, Daniel Goldie after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. This is a simple guide to investing.
“I don’t think you can get a better unbiased approach. The guy has nothing to gain other than to give his last and best advice,” says Steve Lockshin, founder and chairman of Convergent Wealth Advisors.
One Up On Wall Street
by Peter Lynch
The Author, Peter Lynch gives you information on how he invests and uses a sensible approach. He includes how to view important factors when making an investment choice such as how to analyze a company.