The other day, a friend and I were chatting on our way to class. In our conversation, they brought up my blog and my interest in personal finance. Our conversation went a little like this: Friend: So you invest in ETFs, right (Exchange Traded Funds)? Me: Yep! I’m not nearly savvy enough for stock picking!… Continue reading How To Start Investing When You Have No Clue!
“Entrepreneur Revolution” by Daniel Priestley Book Review Greetings all and welcome back for another book summary and review. Remember, we read the books and give you a summary as well as a quick recommendation on whether you should read it or not. This week hitting the spotlight is “Entrepreneur Revolution” by Daniel Priestley. “Entrepreneur Revolution”… Continue reading Entrepreneur Revolution
Let me start of by saying that I read this book so you don’t have to. If you were thinking of purchasing it, save yourself some time by reading the main 5 things to take away from it here: Save 10% of everything you make. Live below your means. Invest wisely and carefully Invest in… Continue reading The Richest Man in Babylon
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki Review “What the rich teach their kids about money – what the poor and middle class do not!” Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” was one of the very first books I read on financial literacy and I’m surprised they don’t teach it in school. His book raised… Continue reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad