Not only did I learn a great deal, it's presentation style had me looking forward to the next time I could turn this book on.
For a book on budgeting, it was extremely relatable to people with just pennies or to people with hundreds of thousands
Solid story with some basic lessons that all should learn. Working hard and taking pride in the work done should be taught from an early age.
It's unique story telling approach
When they talk about the investing in a brick layer who's selling non-brick ideas versus the bronze maker needing bronze
The part concerning saving 10%
I enjoyed this book as an introduction to laying the foundation for building wealth for the future. I've use most of these methods already, but it was a great refresher. The reason this book is 3 stars for me is because I didn't learn much new material and it repeated itself a bunch. I would recommend these principles for someone starting out fresh from school though.
Investing in Gold and Silver by Mike Maloney because they both give great investing advice.
Ha yes it was. His stories are very interesting and very relevant. It is a great way to learn. I always found myself wanting to hear how the stories ended.
It is very good investing advice. The people who follow the book's advice will do very well financially.
I love this book. I also love the way it is read.
This is my all time favorite personal finance book as it guides you using stories that are engaging and that address obvious questions most of us wonder about.
His voice is perfect for the story and I loved the way he represents the different personalities in the book.
All the principles especially putting aside at least 10% of all you earn, making arrangements to pay off debt, having insurance, investing.
I like the way the book says, your 'gold' is an army working for you. Makes me ask myself how hard my money is working and if I have to look for ways for it to work harder.