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List of Books and Podcasts in Personal Finance

12 Aug 2020

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List of Podcasts and Books in Personal Finance

Getting is easier said than done! But nothing is impossible!

If you really want to work towards it, investing is a great way to get started.

To be a great investor, it is extremely important to establish a good foundation by reading and learning from different sources. It is equally important to keep learning as you practice,i.e., while you invest.

Here is a list of some phenomenal podcasts and books that can get you started on this financial journey!

1. We Study Billionaires: The Investors Podcast

Hosted by Preston Pysh and Stig Brodersen the podcast digs a bit deeper into the stories of famous and successful investors. This includes famous financial billionaires including Warren Buffett, Richard Branson, Howard Marks, etc., and they teach you what they learn and how you can apply their investment strategies in the stock market.

2. Rich Dad Radio Show

Robert Kiyosaki, author of the personal-finance classic, Rich Dad Poor Dad runs this podcast to teach investors how to invest and earn in the long run. He often gives out unconventional and compelling advice that can work out really well for young investors!

3.  Listen to Money Matters

The high-energy show is hosted by a personal finance expert, Andrew Fiebert, and small business owner Thomas Frank who give out financial advice in a raw and uncensored manner! The relatable manner in which the advice is presented makes this show a huge hit amongst new investors!

4. Money Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life

The podcast is brought to you by Laura Adams, a personal finance expert. She gives financial advice and simplifies finance for everyone through her short 10-minute podcasts. This is ideal for those who need good advice in short installments!

5. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

This classic book speaks about finances and investing from the eyes of two different kinds of people – the rich and the poor( middle class). The book provides realistic views and ideas, which can be incorporated into real-life scenarios. This is a must-read for amateurs investors and also for tips on personal finance!

6. How Rich People Think by Steve Siebold

Another excellent read in the field of investing, the book provides insights into becoming wealthy, broken down into small readable chapters. Steve Siebold spent around 30 years interviewing over 1,000 millionaires and billionaires to figure out what exactly they did right! The book compares the financial habits and philosophies of the middle and the world-class, outlining the beliefs and strategies that will give you the best shot at becoming a millionaire.

7. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

The book, written in 1949 has been hailed by Warren Buffett as the best investing book ever written. Graham delves into the history of the stock market and examples, which makes it very easy to follow and understand. The Intelligent Investor has been acknowledged globally as one of the greatest investment advisors of the twentieth century and has taught and inspired many people around the world.

8. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill, an eminent author and former advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, shares his insights about investing and wealth in this book. Hill conducted extensive research on his associations with wealthy individuals and created a six-step plan to build wealth. Read the book to gain some foundational knowledge about investing and finances and to figure out your path to earning a good fortune!

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