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Avis de non-responsabilité : il ne s’agit pas de conseils financiers. Mes meilleurs livres sur les finances personnelles : Money : A User’s Guide : Reset : How to Restart Your Life and Get FU Money : How to Own the World : What You See if What You Get – Alan Sugar : N’importe qui peut le faire – Duncan Bannatyne : Screw It, Let’s Do It – Richard Branson : Sam Walton : Made in America : Penser, vite et lentement : Papa riche, Papa pauvre : Penser et devenir riche :

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39 thoughts on “My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ** joey d finance”

  1. You are super relatable – I feel like I'm sitting having a chat with a friend. I've just finished 'Homeless to Billionaire', apart from the woo-woo bits in it I think you might enjoy it 🙂

  2. I often find business books could have been summed up in a few sentences.
    Deep work = don’t get distracted.
    Richest man in babylon = pay off your debts and save a bit.
    Miracle morning = get up a bit earlier.
    The one thing = do one thing at a time.
    Oversubscribed = limit the number of clients that you take on and people will want to buy from you because you tell them that you are fully booked.
    Rich dad poor dad = spend your money on appreciating assets rather than depreciating assets.

  3. The Simple Path to Wealth is very good but is written predominantly for the US market – although the basic principles will apply to UK savings and investments too. But in a nutshell – invest in index funds (the author only talks about Vanguard) and don't overcomplicate it!

  4. Richard Branson Finding My Virginity talks a lot about investing (in business), microfinancing business, spac's. I'd recommend a read, I prefer it to his first book.

  5. Joe laa, majorly impressed with the channel bud, showing ur real life shit 'acumen'. Any chance you'd go down the route of saving/investing as a young adult / student. How to grow your balance from little to a lot with a few basic principles. Great content afp m8.

  6. I've only ever seen you as a fitness "influencer"/instructor and nearly dismissed your videos before watching… But I'm amazed with your common sense approach to knowledge/investing and clear guidance – thank you!

  7. Would recommend the 2020 edition of The FT guide to investing as a thorough base after those first books. It's not as fun but it's still really concise and good to reference from.

  8. Thanks for the recommendations, started reading how to own the world and where he discusses about inflation is really eye opening. I am 19 and trying to be more knowledgeable so i dont feel like a slug

  9. Man, I have to agree with you on ‘Think and Grow Rich’. So many people recommend it but I didn’t like it. Just google the summary of the book and you’d get a better understanding than reading it.

  10. This was great, I found that money book randomly in TK maxx and it was class made buying a house sound feasible. Warren buffets books and his story is also phenomenal should check it out, gives hope that you don’t need to move to London do make money .

  11. Hey Joe, can you do a video on how to make money in the fitness industry? I am a big fan. Much love from India. Sure you don't hear that from an Indian to a Brit. But hey, let's just bury the past.

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