The Best Financial Books of All Time!
Welcome to the MoneyByRamey.com list of The Best Financial Books of All Time!
Here are some awesome financial books that I recommend you pick up and read today! I have read each one of these and they all have solid wisdom that can help you grow and improve your financial acumen.
The goal in reading the best of the best is to continue learning, and by learning, we improve our understanding and grasp on the world. It wasn't too long ago that I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed novice, ready to make his mark on the world.
Through accumulating knowledge via reading the books on this list, I was able to rise up and understand the world of finance and business.
Simple Investing: The Dividend Investing Strategy
Investing doesn’t have to be difficult, challenging, or overly-complex. In fact, investing can be simple. I wrote Simple Investing: The Dividend Investing Strategy to Grow Your Passive Income to reach those investors that are interested in learning more about how dividend investing might work for them.
In Simple Investing, I look to provide an all-in-one reference manual for anyone looking to get started in the world of dividend investing. I have personally loved being the owner of my portfolio and want to showcase the journey.
Simple Budgeting is designed for those individuals who are looking to get started in the world of budgeting or those who are looking to simplify their current money management system.
The process described within these pages is straightforward, open, and honest. It is built up on the 20+ years of learnings and process improvements of the author, Matthew Ramey.
Within you will find the reasons to maintain a budget, easy definitions for the most commonly used money terms, and an 8 step process to putting together your own budget. Happy budgeting!
The quintessential book that every value investor needs to read. Ben Graham breaks down how to properly value companies and pitfalls to avoid in investing. The wisdom contained in here has worked pretty well for that investor named Warren Buffett.
The Four Hour Workweek redefined how I view work. The principle of a service as a product with a self-sustaining system in place is the muse after which I seek. Want to stop trading your hours for a paycheck? This book will give you the general blueprint of how to go about doing so.
I really enjoyed reading the first half of The King of Oil as it detailed how Ammann built his empire. The last half was his fall from grace. This is a great cautionary tale for any investor on the pitfalls of chasing money over everything else.
Timeless wisdom is on display in The Richest Man in Babylon. This book is really good for those that want to read a story about how to get wealthy. It isn’t told as a how-to type book but rather a tale about one man’s journey towards become wealthy. It is a very good and very easy read.
Life is all about mindset and no one talks mindset better than Napoleon Hill. Read this on a daily basis to improve your mental attitude and goal focus.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad contains some really great everyday financial advice for you and yours.
Richard has a good way of detailing why individuals get wealthy, why the 'Joneses' with their 10 cars are not really rich, and how everyday individuals can become wealthy by implementing a few, easy, principles.
The Dividend Mantra way is the second-highest recommended reading on this list. Jason Fieber used to run a blog detailing his journey towards financial freedom through dividend investing (he has since sold the blog and moved to Thailand).
Through his succinct and easy writing style, I credit him for getting me started in this world of dividend investing. This is an easy, fantastic read for anyone who wants to learn more about dividend investing.
I hope you have enjoyed this list of the Best Financial Books of All Time! I will keep adding to this as I read and discover more awesome materials. If you have any suggestions for me to add to the list, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below. Thanks! -Ramey