11 Books About Money You (or Your Kids) Should Read This Summer

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11 BOOKS ABOUT MONEY You (or Your Kids) Should Read This Summer

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Blue Chip Kids What Every Child (and Parent) Should Know About Money, Investing, and the Stock Market David W. Bianchi

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“ ” The financial fundamentals are all here in this book so that kids can understand them and adults can use them, too…. I’ve got my copy and I’m not giving it up. XETV San Diego Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1MrlQ66

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2 No One Ever Told Us That Money and Life Lessons for Young Adults John D. Spooner

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Even if you have an advanced degree from Harvard, No One Ever Told Us That will help fill in the blanks and give you the answers needed to become a thriving professional, develop financial security, and grow into your own best person. The world is a much different place when you have the responsibility of supporting yourself and your family. Managing money quickly becomes a vital part of everything you do. Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1O9PTjO

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3 Aftershock Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown, Fourth Edition David Wiedemer, Robert A. Wiedemer, Cindy S. Spitzer

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“ ” Aftershock makes a compelling argument for a chilling conclusion. Their track record demands our attention. Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist, Standard & Poor’s Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1K64aNg

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Millionaire Teacher The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School Andrew Hallam

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“ ” Andrew Hallam has distilled the timeless lessons for investing into nine easy to understand and easy to follow rules. The newbie investor will not find a better guide than Millionaire Teacher. Burton G. Malkiel, Author, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, 10th Edition Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1dYyg9A

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5 Smart is the New Rich Money Guide for Millennials Christine Romans

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“ ” With Smart is the New Rich, Christine Romans has managed to turn a book about saving and investing money into an enormously entertaining read. If your plans include sleeping under a roof, eating food, wearing clothes, raising a family, and paying off your college loan, you should read this book first thing tomorrow. If you’re dreaming even bigger you should read it today. Aaron Sorkin, American screenwriter and playwright Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1HZQ3LF

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6 How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes, Collector’s Edition Peter D. Schiff, Andrew J. Schiff

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“ ” How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes makes economics fun and accessible. Bestselling author and 2010 U.S. Senate candidate Peter D. Schiff and his brother Andrew J. Schiff, communications director of Euro Pacific Capital, convey the often intuitive ideas of economics through an engaging, fictitious story richly illustrated with amusing cartoons. The Washington Times Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1DeXzuS

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John Bogle on Investing The First 50 Years John C. Bogle

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John Bogle on Investing is a compilation of the best speeches ever delivered by one of the 20th century’s towering financial giants. Individually, each of these speeches delivers a powerful lesson in investing; taken together, Bogle’s lifelong themes ring loud and clear. You’ll learn what makes a successful investment strategy, consider the productive economics of longterm investing, and how emotional investment in financial markets is often counterproductive enough to forfeit success. Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1L6y4DV

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8 Heroes & Villains of Finance The 50 Most Colourful Characters in the History of Finance A. Baldwin

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“ ” This book is a marvellous introduction to a gallery of fascinating figures from the world of Big Money. The author has chosen a brilliant collection of crooks, entrepreneurs, philosophers, economists and bankers. These highly readable short lives provide an excellent education to any reader who wants to understand the personalities who shaped today’s world of investment. Luke Johnson, Chairman of Risk Capital Partners, former chairman of Pizza Express and Channel 4 Television, Financial Times columnist and author of Start it Up. Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1fG68do

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The Wealth Dragon Way The Why, the When, and the How to Become Infinitely Wealthy John Lee, Vincent Wong

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You are far more likely to achieve personal wealth if you are one hundred percent clear as to why you want it. This book explores the psychology of our relationship with money and offers practical advice for anyone who is determined to meet their goals and realize their dreams. Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1I0bqg0

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TraderMind Get a Mindful Edge in the Markets Steve Ward

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The author demonstrates how to overcome habitual or impulsive trading behaviors, manage energy levels, become more attuned to and responsive to the market, more situationally aware, and build patterns of effective trading behavior. By developing these skills and good behaviors, traders can overcome inherent biases and, ultimately, improve their trading decisions. Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1dYNbk7

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Life in the Financial Markets How They Really Work and Why They Matter to You Daniel Lacalle

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“ ” Accessible and easy to read, but also thorough and rigorous. This book will be an excellent read for anyone wanting to understand financial markets, monetary policies and investing. Lex Van Dam, Trader/Partner, Hamstead Capital Learn more about the book: http://bit.ly/1L6GnzN

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