Home » My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ** joey d finance

My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ** joey d finance

by haisanPHANTHIET



Disclaimer: This is not financial advice.

My top personal finance books:

Money: A User’s Guide:
Reset: How to Restart Your Life and Get F.U Money:
How to Own the World:
What You See if What You Get – Alan Sugar:
Anyone Can Do It – Duncan Bannatyne:
Screw It, Let’s Do It – Richard Branson:
Sam Walton: Made in America:
Thinking, Fast and Slow:
Rich Dad, Poor Dad:
Think and Grow Rich:

Images related to the topic joey d finance

My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ**

My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ**

Search related to the topic My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ**

#TOP #PERSONAL #FINANCE #Books #Making #amp #Managing #Money #READ
My TOP 5 PERSONAL FINANCE Books for Making & Managing Money **MUST READ**
joey d finance
You can see a lot of useful information here: see more here
You can see a lot of useful information here: see more here

You may also like

24 comments

Fundamental Finance 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Yo people – quite a heavily requested one this so thought I would smash it out. Let me know if you guys have suggestions too 👇🏻. As ever, subscribe if ya new here 🤙🏻

Reply
Sarah Nicholls 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

You are super relatable – I feel like I'm sitting having a chat with a friend. I've just finished 'Homeless to Billionaire', apart from the woo-woo bits in it I think you might enjoy it 🙂

Reply
Marvin 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

I found think and grow rich tiring boring and confusing aswell. Rich dad poor dad very basic all the others are good 👍

Reply
Kelly Jeffrie 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

I often find business books could have been summed up in a few sentences.
Deep work = don’t get distracted.
Richest man in babylon = pay off your debts and save a bit.
Miracle morning = get up a bit earlier.
The one thing = do one thing at a time.
Oversubscribed = limit the number of clients that you take on and people will want to buy from you because you tell them that you are fully booked.
Rich dad poor dad = spend your money on appreciating assets rather than depreciating assets.

Reply
J C 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Your videos are exactly what I’ve been looking for. Precise and to the point. Keep up the good work!

Reply
dyl 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

THANKYOU !

Reply
Harry Best 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Quality content here mate, keep them coming.

Reply
Nick Gutteridge 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

The Simple Path to Wealth is very good but is written predominantly for the US market – although the basic principles will apply to UK savings and investments too. But in a nutshell – invest in index funds (the author only talks about Vanguard) and don't overcomplicate it!

Reply
Dan J 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

i recognise that hoodie – its from cos! organic cotton !

Reply
Jamie Bardon 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Richard Branson Finding My Virginity talks a lot about investing (in business), microfinancing business, spac's. I'd recommend a read, I prefer it to his first book.

Reply
Thomas Symss 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

The psychology of money by Morgan Housel I'd recommend you read mate. Looks at personal finance through the lens of human behaviour.

Reply
Adam Jarman 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Goatness

Reply
Kevin O Connor 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Joe laa, majorly impressed with the channel bud, showing ur real life shit 'acumen'. Any chance you'd go down the route of saving/investing as a young adult / student. How to grow your balance from little to a lot with a few basic principles. Great content afp m8.

Reply
All English Knives 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Thank you so much for doing this channel! It’s come at a perfect time for me. Watching with interest.
BTW downloaded Reset via Audible 👍🏻

Reply
Stuart Docherty 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Fundamental or Kindamental – as you'd need to be.

Reply
S J 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Fundamental Finance= just a real north-west G

Reply
William Roughton 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Just a suggestion for your channel/video – Maybe add timestamps for when you talk about each individual book – anyways, nice vid, thanks for the info

Reply
White Noise Channel 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Great stuff! I wish you the best with your new channel. Personally, my favourite personal finance book is The Wealthy Barber. Full of practical tips that no one had ever taught me.

Reply
H Law 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

I've only ever seen you as a fitness "influencer"/instructor and nearly dismissed your videos before watching… But I'm amazed with your common sense approach to knowledge/investing and clear guidance – thank you!

Reply
Sprinklesofjoy 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Howard Marks: The Most Important Thing

Reply
daisyxwv 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

It’s so strange watching one of your videos end without ‘joe Delaney is my hero’ 😂

Reply
Charlie Smith 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Would recommend the 2020 edition of The FT guide to investing as a thorough base after those first books. It's not as fun but it's still really concise and good to reference from.

Reply
Matt Allmark 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Hi to the plant

Reply
Tony K 14/12/2021 - 5:56 Chiều

Great books thanks defo will look into it Joey D twin

Reply

Leave a Comment