MILLENNIALS, INTERESTED IN INVESTING?
Millennials, do you want to become better investors? But before anything else, empower yourself. As Robin Sharma points out in his book "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari", a successful trader invests in himself, as it will not only improve his life, but also the lives of people around him.
Below are the following books that can expand your knowledge base, specifically finance and investing.
Alwaleed: Businessman, Billionaire, Prince (2005)
According to Forbes, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud is Saudi Arabia’s top billionaire and world’s 34th richest man. British journalist Riz Khan documents the high-profile investor’s life who is often called the Arabian Warren Buffett. Even though he is a Saudi’s Royal Family member, Prince Alwaleed is known as a self-made businessman. It also shares the Prince’s distinct family history, how he established an investment holding, and his unique investing technique.
Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders (2014)
Author Max Olson compiles the full, unedited letters of Warren Buffett’s to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders from 1965 to 2013. The book is considered a lesson plan as the seasoned investor shares his insights on business and investing. Aside from the letters, the book features graphs of growth in the American multinational conglomerate’s book value and market price relative to benchmarks, insurance float and performance, and its operating business.
Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant (2011)
One of America’s in-demand finance experts, Robert Kiyosaki sums up numerous things wealthy families teach their children regarding money most poor and middle class families do not. The book outlines the fundamental principles indicated in his first book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and expands on those concepts by explaining the four types of people in a business: business owner, investor, employee, and self-employed.
The Money Masters (1980)
Let American investment advisor John Train tell you the stories of the world’s greatest investors of our time: T. Rowe Price, Philip Fisher, John Templeton, Benjamin Graham, and Buffett, among others. He unveils their investment philosophies, as well as the winning strategies that lead to consistent profitable investments.
Warren Buffett's 3 Favorite Books (2012)
Certainly, this is not a copy of the business magnate’s favorite books, all written by Benjamin Graham: "The Intelligent Advisor", "Security Analysis", and "The Wealth of the Nations". Buffett often says the three books have shaped his investment philosophy. But Preston Pysh realized that, although these reading materials are great resources for investors, they can be somewhat complex for novice traders. Hence, he simplified the complicated topics, including bonds, preferred shares, and stocks.
Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl (2011)
For Buffett and (at least) majority of women worldwide, they are better investors than the average men. This book states a trader’s temperament can be his great asset or big liability. Some psychologists and scientists have backed this stipulation, saying women possess the kind of temper, which helps them attain long-term success in the industry. In essence, it compares the characteristics of male investors and female investors.
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