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TheBookDream
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It‘s not bad. Good advice, actually acknowledges the common millennial worry that the world will end before retirement. Does read like an ad for Vanguard, which he addresses. #financialreads

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AntMartin
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Pickpick

Sometimes interesting, sometimes unapologetically capitalist, this book was enjoyable overall. Though I don‘t agree with some of the capitalist sentiments present in this book, the parts I found informative were rather gripping and at one point I couldn‘t put it down (though that only lasted for a bit). If you‘re interested, but not too interested, there are short summaries at the end of each chapter that you could read instead of the whole book.

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Vivlio_Gnosi
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Pickpick

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This book gives you a great start to better understanding how to make wise financial decisions. All your basic money questions answered!

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Vivlio_Gnosi

As you win, prepare to be misunderstood and lied about by those who don't understand or support your winning.
#Nonfiction #business #financial #money

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RedJhon
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This book opened my mind on so many levels. Never have I before believed the need for financial freedom. I highly recommend this book to people who have just gotten out of college.

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Vivlio_Gnosi

One reason people make bad decisions is because they're not giving themselves a good decision as an option.
#Nonfiction #business #financial #leadership

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Vivlio_Gnosi
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Adding this #Nonfiction #financial book to my #TBR stack. #firstpost

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Vivlio_Gnosi
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Adding this #Nonfiction #financial book to my #TBR stack.
#firstpost

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RedJhon

I'm halfway through finishing Rich Dad Poor Dad, it really made me realize a lot about the way everyone, including me are caught in the "rat race" without even realizing.
I'd say it's a must read for anyone who wanna be "financially literate"

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TheEllieMo
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