List of books I highly recommend to read. Books are an amazing source of information. They can educate and change your mentality. The biggest asset is to invest in knowledge. Be your wealth means exactly that, you are the true wealth. The more you learn the more you earn. Happy reading!

Think and Grow Rich

Think And Grow Rich (1937) is one of the best-selling books of all time. It examines the psychological power of thought and the brain in the process of furthering your career for both monetary and personal satisfaction.
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The little book of common sense investing

The little book of common sense investing shows you an alternative to actively, poorly managed, overpaid funds by introducing you to low-cost, passive index funds as a sustainable investing strategy, which gets you the retirement savings you need without the usual hassle of stock investing.
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I Will Teach You To Be Rich

I Will Teach You to Be Rich is about how to earn more, save more, and live a Rich Life.

Ramit Sethi has turned from a geeky little Indian kid into one of the major personal finance gurus of the 21st century. What started as a blog in 2004 has become a multi-million dollar empire, selling courses and classes for tens of thousands of dollars apiece – all via email.
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Rich Dad Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad is about Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father (poor dad) and the father of his best friend (rich dad)—and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. You don’t need to earn a high income to be rich. Rich people make money work for them.
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The Intelligent Investor

The Intelligent Investor explains value investing, which is focused on generating steady, long-term profits by ignoring the current market and picking companies with high intrinsic value.
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A Wealth of Common sense

A Wealth of Common Sense sheds a refreshing light on investing, and shows you how a simplicity-based framework can lead to better investment decisions. The financial market is a complex system, but that doesn’t mean it requires a complex strategy; in fact, this false premise is the driving force behind many investors’ market “mistakes.” Information is important, but understanding and perspective are the keys to better decision-making.
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