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Best Personal Finance Books Of All Time (5 BOOKS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE) financial books



각각의 개인 금융 책에 대해 핵심 내용, 그것이 내 삶을 어떻게 변화시켰는지, 왜 당신이 읽어야 한다고 생각하는지 공유합니다. 이것은 역대 최고의 개인 재무 책 목록입니다! 개인 금융 도서 추천이 필요하면 더 이상 찾지 마십시오. _________ ***이 비디오에 언급된 책에 대한 링크*** 나는 당신에게 부자가 되도록 가르칠 것입니다(밀레니얼을 위한 개인 금융에 관한 재미있는 방법 책) 부자 아빠 가난한 아빠(역사상 개인 금융 책 판매 1위.. 더 말이 필요합니까?) 부자 아빠의 현금 흐름 사분면(부자 아빠 가난한 아빠의 2부) 주 4시간 근무(9시에서 5시 사이를 벗어나 어디서든 살 수 있는 방법) 생각하고 부자로 성장(돈에 대한 사고방식과 부에 관한 궁극적인 책) 의식) __________ ***무료 교육: 불확실한 시기에 투자하는 3가지 비밀 자동 조종 장치로 부를 쌓는 방법 겁이 많고 금융 용어로 완전히 혼란스럽고 “분석 마비”에 빠지는 경향이 있더라도. ← 여기에서 가입 __________ 부인 및 공개 ❤ 이 콘텐츠는 교육 및 엔터테인먼트 목적으로만 사용됩니다. Rose는 세금 또는 투자 조언을 제공하지 않습니다. 정보는 특정 투자자의 투자 목적, 위험 감수성 또는 재무 상황을 고려하지 않고 제공되며 모든 투자자에게 적합하지 않을 수 있습니다. 과거의 성과는 미래의 결과를 나타내지 않습니다. 모든 투자에는 원금 손실 가능성을 포함하여 위험이 따릅니다. 이 설명에는 이 비디오에 언급된 항목을 찾고 채널을 무료로 지원할 수 있는 제휴 링크가 포함되어 있습니다. Investing With Rose는 사이트가 www.amazon.com에 광고하고 링크하여 광고 수수료를 받을 수 있는 수단을 제공하도록 설계된 제휴 광고 프로그램인 Amazon Services LLC Associates Program의 참가자입니다. 지원해 주셔서 감사합니다! __________ SAY HI ON SOCIAL: 웹사이트: Instagram: TikTok: Twitter: Facebook: LinkedIn: .

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  1. hmm feels like being a b is a lot easier than being an e. Like Rose, of course an employee without much liquid assets or support values job security over freedom, there are probably a million socio economic reasons thats the case. I bet there's a lot of 'subtle' classism in all of this..

  2. And the best part is that all of those books are free here on Youtube as an audiobooks. So if you for some reason can not invest into buying these books right no,w there is your solution. 🙂 Thank you Ros for all the work you do! You're very inspiring!

  3. So far I have read the first 2 books "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "I Will Teach You to Be Rich" and along with your videos, I have started investing! Thank you so much for the great content!

  4. It's funny, I have already read 4 out of 5 of these. The only one I haven't read is "I will Teach You To Be Rich" – Ramit Sethi. I guess that will be next. Thank you, Rose! I am going to also read your Investing book recommendations!

  5. I just changed my major to finance and I might start reading these books during summer. I hope you can make more book recommendations about finance and learning more about finance in your future videos.

  6. How does no one said this yet, ALL THESE BOOKS (most of them) are wrote by fake gurus! Robert Kiyosaki was a nobody before writing this self help book, he sold courses to people to get rich once he is famous. Don't get me starts on think and grow rich, the dude lied to his every teeth. He claimed he talked to the richest man at his time, NOOOOOO, he never did!!!! He sold lies, he's basically a snake oil salesman.

  7. @investingwithrose what value did you provide to the real estate investor? That part of the story would help me identify how I can add value to a mentor. Thanks for the videos!

  8. I have been listening to Rich Dad Poor Dad. Maybe the follow up will be more practical. I agree that the central premises of Rich Dad Poor Dad are pretty solid. But I think that if you strip it down to those central premises, the entire book could be a pamphlet and would not seem terribly sophisticated. I understand that it is probably intended to be more inspirational and motivational. But I don't know that this book actually does anything significant to build financial literacy other than pointing out that if you don't have it, you're at a disadvantage. I am also pretty sure that "The Rich Dad" is fictional, which makes me wonder what other stories he tells are also fictional. Perhaps I am still early in my journey to financial literacy. But I think he also inacurrately confuses earning money (albeit with little effort) with creating money. My understanding of these may be limited but that set off some alarm bells when I was listening and it really doesn't sound right to me. I agree that it is smart for anyone to do their best to limit their tax liabilities. But I disagree with some of his judgements about taxes and especially his "history of taxes." While it might not be "wrong" I don't think it is relevant. Medieval and rennaissance England bear almost no resemblance to modern life. There may have been no taxes but there was also no economic or social mobility. Peasants were not that different from slaves and were entirely dependent upon the support of feudal lords. It's easy to say there were no taxes when there was no income and no commerce. I guess this is long and probably no one wil read it. I just think that you do a great job on your channel being real specific and giving clear actionable steps people can take and relevant context. I sort of wonder what you see in this book beyond it's central premise and if I am missing something that I should see.

  9. This was great, I have been researching "financial aid tips" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Ferapt Freedom Fanboy – (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

  10. Investing in crypto now should be in every wise individuals list, in some months time you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today.

  11. Your videos are excellent! I don’t know what I should watch next. I’m trying to reprogram my mind about money so I can have a wealthy mindset and learn how to invest and all the videos I have watched so far is full of rich information that I am overwhelmed yet I’m excited. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

  12. Thank you for the book recommendations and book review! I love to read, but the first book you featured I listened to on my long commute to work. I loved it!! You were spot on in your description. I'm putting g the other four on "to read" list.

  13. Nice video – you are really easy to listen to, plus some very valuable content/take-homes. Thanks for sharing, I look forward to ticking off the ones I haven't read. Happy vlogging x

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