Let your Money work for you instead of you working for Money. Investing right amount in right area at right time reaps good benefits. Here are some tools that be of some help.
1. Book : How to Get Rich and Retire Early
2. Book : Rich Dad Poor Dad
Rich Dad Poor Dad is a 2000 book written by American businessman, author and investor Robert Kiyosaki. It advocates financial independence and building wealth through investing, real estate investing, starting and owning businesses, as well as increasing one’s financial intelligence to improve one’s business and financial aptitude. Rich Dad Poor Dad is written in the style of a set of parables, ostensibly based on Kiyosaki’s life. Kiyosaki stresses the ownership of high value assets that produce cash flow, rather than being an employee in the book.
3. Book : The Warren Buffett Way
The Warren Buffett Way, a book by author Robert Hagstrom, outlines the principles of value investing practiced by successful investor Warren Buffett.
Warren Buffett is the most famous investor of all time and one of today’s most admired business leaders. He became a billionaire and investment sage by looking at companies as businesses rather than prices on a stock screen. The first two editions of The Warren Buffett Way gave investors their first in–depth look at the innovative investment and business strategies behind Buffett’s spectacular success. The new edition updates readers on the latest investments by Buffett. And, more importantly, it draws on the new field of behavioral finance to explain how investors can overcome the common obstacles that prevent them from investing like Buffett. New material includes: How to think like a long–term investor – just like Buffett Why “loss aversion”, the tendency of most investors to overweight the pain of losing money, is one of the biggest obstacles that investors must overcome. Why behaving rationally in the face of the ups and downs of the market has been the key to Buffett’s investing success Analysis of Buffett’s recent acquisition of H.J. Heinz and his investment in IBM stock The greatest challenge to emulating Buffett is not in the selection of the right stocks, Hagstrom writes, but in having the fortitude to stick with sound investments in the face of economic and market uncertainty. The new edition explains the psychological foundations of Buffett’s approach, thus giving readers the best roadmap yet for mastering both the principles and behaviors that have made Buffett the greatest investor of our generation.
4. Podcast : The Dave Ramsey Show
More than 20 years ago, Dave took to the air to share practical answers for life’s tough money questions. What started as a local show on one radio station in Nashville soon spread to another station … and another … and another.
Today, The Dave Ramsey Show is on more than 500 radio stations from coast to coast with more than 8 million listeners, but Dave’s message hasn’t changed. It’s still as practical and common-sense as ever.
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5. Podcast : Motley Fool Money
Motley Fool Money airs every week on radio stations across America, including top-10 markets Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Boston and Washington, DC. Its companion podcast is consistently ranked as one of the top business & investing shows on iTunes. The show features a team of Motley Fool analysts discussing the week’s top business and investing stories.
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