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If any of the books are of interest to you, click on the book cover. This will link you directly to an amazon.ca page. If you purchase a book by clicking on the book cover you will be supporting Investing Pursuits plus your own financial education. I found valuable information in all these books listed below.










The Lazy Investor is by Author Derek Foster. Derek is known as Canada's Youngest Retiree. At 34, Derek exited the rat race as a result of investing. This book goes to how to invest with as low as $50.00 when starting off.


 

Money For Nothing and Your Stocks For Free by Derek Foster talks about a strategy that I use from time to time. I first heard of selling puts to buy stocks at a cheaper price.  While waiting for the price to go down, selling puts allows an investor to receive income upfront.











Rich Dad Poor Dad will challenge your beliefs about money.  This book has been on the New York Times Best Seller's List for years and ranks as the best selling Finance book of all time.




Robert Kiyosaki's Cashflow Quadrant discusses 4 types of people who make up the world of business. The 4 Quadrants stand are E for Employee, S for Self-Employed, B for Big Business and I for Investor.  A person belongs to one of these 4 quadrants by their core values. Depending on which quadrant you fall into, will affect the percentage of taxes you pay.




The Richest Man in Babylon talks about the importance of Paying Yourself First. Paying Yourself First is when an individual pays themselves first before paying mortgage or rent, eating out, buying groceries etc. As the money builds up, the individual can put the money to work to make more money.





Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin talks about the choices we make with our money will determine if we are able to retire early or not. This is a great book that can transform your mind in regards to financial independence.

DISCLAIMER
I am not a financial planner, financial advisor, accountant or tax attorney. The information on this blog represents my own thoughts and opinions and should NOT be taken as investment or business advice.

Every individual should do their due diligence to make their own financial decisions based on their financial situation and tolerance for risk.



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