Books

Become a Millionaire Without Even Trying

What if you could have more money than you ever thought possible? What if a few new habits could enable you to accumulate enough money to allow you to retire early?

Top Customer Reviews

David Wright does an excellent job of writing books that are easy to understand and apply to your own life and this book is no exception. I particularly liked his chapter called “A Million Dollars on $10 a day – The Magic of Compounding.” This should be required reading for every senior in High School!

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Wright explains all the basics in plain English with plenty of examples. Most importantly, Wright actually IS someone who retired early. This isn’t a theory book. It’s about what successfully works in practice based on the author’s personal experience, and everything Wright did is repeatable.

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I was most amazed of how much a very small amount of money saved on a regular basis throughout ones life accumulates. In today’s world of ”quick fixes” I believe saving is something a lot of young people miss. I’m glad I read this book.


Do you invest your money with a financial advisor?

People engage the services of financial advisors primarily because they don’t understand how to manage their own money. While many financial advisors offer sound, practical advice, you don’t need them. You can manage your money on your own. It’s easier than you think.

Top Customer Reviews

If you can absorb the basic ideas in the half hour it takes to read you’ll realize that successful retirement investing doesn’t require much additional time beyond that, as the magical simplicity of compounding, index funds, and the 4% withdrawal rule (all explained in the book) can get you to where you need to go with a minimum of effort.

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This is a nice summary of what’s really important.

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Recommended for the twenty something’s. Start early and be disciplined. The time value is the key to his approach. Read it.


How to Easily Invest and Beat the Pros

You already know the importance of investing. You need money for your future, for a down payment on a house, for your children’s college education, to fund your retirement. Without enough money, you might never be able to accomplish these goals. Too many people fail to invest simply because they don’t know what to do.

Top Customer Reviews

I wish I had read this book 20 years ago. Great, simple approach to investing for people who know little to nothing about investing and financial markets like myself and even those amateurs who think they know something about how to grow their money.

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This book is one that I want to keep handy as a reference when working through decisions about investment.

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If you want to gamble, get a card counting book.  If you want to build wealth, the author here provides your blueprint.

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t’s difficult to find a book that teaches the basic concepts of retirement investing well without getting too technical or too directed toward individual stock valuation. David’s book rides this line well.

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This book is an excellent coach for beginners and investors looking for another method. It has formulas in there and explains clearly what the brokers do not want you to know. I wished I read this ten years ago.