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Rich as a King

How the Wisdom of Chess Can Make You a Grandmaster of Investing
Narrated by: Peter Bierma, Kelly Wilson
Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins
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Chess champions are among the strongest strategic thinkers in the world. Imagine if you could apply the thought processes of grandmasters like Bobby Fischer, Garry Kasparov, and Susan Polgar to your own investments. Rich as a King: How the Wisdom of Chess Can Make You a Grandmaster of Investing unlocks the secrets of chess in a tangible way so you can apply them to managing your own finances. With the guidance of world chess champion and Grandmaster Susan Polgar - one of the greatest players in the history of the game - along with international investment advisor Douglas Goldstein, CFP®, you can learn how to apply the wisdom of chess to make you a grandmaster of your investments. Packed with practical examples and never-before-heard stories from the chess world, Susan and Doug will show you:

What has been holding you back from success

The moves Susan used to win 10 Olympic medals, which you can start using right now to manage your money

The 64 strategies that can make you Rich as a King!

Thinking one step ahead and creating a detailed financial plan will bring you closer to your ultimate goals of building your wealth.

©2015 Grandmaster Susan Polgar and Douglas Goldstein, CFP (P)2016 Grandmaster Susan Polgar and Douglas Goldstein, CFP

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Good refresher for those who have began to learn about personal finance and enjoy chess. The book is more investment heavy, which is expected, but chess fans will still hear some classic names and tactical references with clever correlation.

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