Bestselling Books About Investing Your Money
For seventy years, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People has influenced people worldwide by teaching social skills that not only win others over but give way to personal financial success. This book is as useful today as it was when it was first published. Carnegie teaches skills through underlying principles of dealing with people so that they feel appreciated and important; thus, you can make someone do what you want them to do by learning how to see the situation in their eyes. This newly revised and updated edition teaches the ways to win people over, to change people without making them resent you, and to make people like you. It is a valuable read for anyone who wishes to stake a claim in the business world.
The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing by Benjamin Graham provides essential information about the value of investing your money. Graham’s world-famous philosophy of “value investing” shields investors from substantial error and teaches them how to development long- term strategies. Since its publication sixty years ago, The Intelligent Investor has become known as a stock market bible. This updated version incorporated financial commentary by journalist Jason Zweig who speaks about the realities of today’s market and applies them to Graham’s philosophy. This is an indispensable book that will help you reach your financial goals.
Diana B. Henrique uncovers the shocking story of Bernie Madoff and his $ 65 billion Ponzi scheme in The Wizard Lies. Ever since news of the revered New York financier who swindled his friends, family, and many investors out of a great sum of money spread across the world, millions of people have been fascinated with Bernie Madoff.
No reporter until now has been able to get the full story. Drawing on over one hundred interviews—some with Madoff himself—Henrique explores vivid details from government investigations and lawsuits surrounding the myths about the Madoff scheme. This true story and financial thriller is the most complete account to date about Madoff’s rise on Wall Street and his downward spiral into self-destruction.
The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor by Howard Marks, the chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, provides insightful information about market opportunity and risk. He has been sought after by investors around the worldwide, and now for the first time his valuable philosophies about investing can benefit readers like you. This book explains the keys to successful investment and warns against the pitfalls that can destroy a career. Marks honestly shares his own experiences and occasional missteps to provide essential lessons on critical thinking, risk assessment, and investment strategy.
Millions of Americans have turned to Suze Orman for financial advice. In The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream, Orman advises readers to seriously reconsider the American Dream—its promises, its need for revising, and how it fits our lives in such a way that a successful future is within our grasp. This book delivers important lessons on personal finance while addressing aspects such as home, family, career and retirement. She advises readers to be realistic and honest about their lives and to gain the confidence that what they have worked for cannot be taken away.
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