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u/Dasque · 27 pointsr/Shitstatistssay

>The rich pocket the money

Here's a book for them

u/SteelSharpensSteel · 4 pointsr/marriedredpill

On What to Read

Here are some suggestions on books and websites:

The Millionaire Next Door by Stanley and Danko -

If You Can by William Bernstein -

Free version is here -

The Investor's Manifesto. Preparing for Prosperity, Armageddon, and Everything in Between by William Bernstein -

The Bogleheads Guide to Investing -

The Coffeehouse Investor -

The Bogleheads' Guide to Retirement Planning -

The Four Pillars of Investing: Lessons for Building a Winning Portfolio by William Bernstein -

Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey -

Personal Finance for Dummies by Eric Tyson -

Investing for Dummies by Eric Tyson -

The Millionaire Real Estate Investor per red-sfplus’s post (can confirm this is excellent) -

For all the M.Ds on here and HNW individuals, you might want to check out and his blog – found it to be very useful. or your government’s tax page. If you’ve been reading, you know that millionaires know more than your average bear about the tax code.

Personal Finance Flowchart from their wiki -

Additional Lists of Books:

Subreddits - I would highly encourage you to spend a half hour browsing their wiki - and investing advice -

MRP References (original) (year 2)

Final Thoughts

There are already a lot of high net worth individuals on these subs (if you don’t believe me, look at the OYS for the past few months). This should be a review for most folks. The key points stay the same – have a plan, get out of the hole you are in, have a budget, do the right moves for wealth accumulation. Lead your family in your finances. Own it.

What are YOU doing to own your finances? Give some examples below.

u/mbezzant · 2 pointsr/investing_discussion

Honestly one of the best books I've read for beginners is investing for dummies. It's very good at explaining risks associated with different types of investments. You don't even have to read the whole thing just what you need to get started.

Investing For Dummies

u/freedogg22 · 2 pointsr/personalfinance

> but I've never ever found a good guide who can really tell me how this all works

I actually would have to recommend Investing For Dummies. Seriously. It's got all the information that someone with little-to-no background would need.

u/jbro507 · 2 pointsr/FinancialPlanning
u/dp_texas · 2 pointsr/politics

Personal Finance for Dummies

Investing for Dummies

Same author. I read the older version of Investing for Dummies by the same author something like 15+ years ago. I did not read the personal finance one, but the investing book will put a lot of things into perspective for you. It really would be great if these were studied in highschool and\or college. Always get the latest version. They update it for current tax law. The general ideas are always the same.

Pay down debt or avoid incurring it. No investment is 100% except paying off debt. Don't buy more than you can afford. Diverse mutual funds are good. Pre-tax 401k is good.

u/WhiteMountainsMan · 1 pointr/personalfinance

This is a pretty decent, easy to understand primer in understanding the ways to invest:


Of course, do additional research based on the other links shared by others. You can't take all your advice from one source.