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my only regrets is why i didn't read this books sooner in life
After reading the prequel to this book, it made me very interested to read further. It is a different book than most. It’s more of why you do what you do with your money, and making sense of it.
I’ve not read the book in full as I bought it up for a gift, but when my friend is finished, reading it, I fully intend to read the book in full.
From what I do know about it, it would be an easy read, giving your knowledge about finances as well
I'm sure this book is great for a lot of folks, but it wasn't for me. It wasn't really what I thought, and it rambled wayyyy too much. If the author is trying to make a point, he literally repeats the same idea in different scenarios and stories over and over and over. The entire book's actual content/genuine ideas are summarized in pages 207-210. You wouldn't miss anything if you read only those. Then there's some interesting history as a postscript. The rest, to me, is fluff and anectodotes. If you're into that, you'll love this. If you're like me and want succinct points and are looking for actual psychology, this isn't it.
Good provoking thoughts on how we should view money or investment
Read this book while you are still young. Your future self will thank you!!!
Learn valuable lessons about money and how you should behave with money
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