William D. Danko, Thomas J. Stanley
The Millionaire Next Door illustrates the difference between high income and wealth. In their study, the authors determined through interviews and data which characteristics characterize the typical millionaire of Americans. To my surprise, these millionaires maintain a very simple lifestyle. This is illustrated by many examples. Reading "The Millionaire Next Door" is a good introduction to finance. It clearly shows you that in terms of financial management and investing, it is very much about the right mindset and discipline.Read More
Robert T. Kiyosaki
In this book, Robert Kiyosaki shares how he benefited from two father figures: on the one hand, from his father, who taught him the importance of education. The father of a friend in turn emphasized lessons of the school of life, especially with regard to finances. Robert illustrates in examples how he benefited from the "rich dad" school and which financial literacy knowledge is necessary.Read More
Lois P. Frankel
The author provides a refreshing and entertaining account of the top 75 money mistakes women make. Mistake # 10: to not get financially literate! Equipped with worksheets and written in a concise manner, this publication helps those new to the subject matter to quickly identify potential money management mistakes - and address them.Read More
Beschreibung: Former investment banker Gerald Hörhan points out why, in his opinion, the middle class does not make any financial gains. In his opinion, so-called “small” investors are taken advantage of. Hörhan is convinced that the middle class is tied up by debt or home ownership. This very short book serves as a wake up call for the middle class.
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