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u/lisiate · 1 pointr/PersonalFinanceNZ

Magnificent post.

I've one more book suggestion - "The Day the Bubble Burst" - Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts. This really gets into the larger-than-life personalities involved and is a fantastic piece of social history. Yes it's a little old, (but not as old as Mackay), but it's a great read nevertheless.

u/quantifical · 1 pointr/PersonalFinanceNZ

Further to your quality comment...

> Basically, active management sometimes wins, sometimes loses.

People who flip coins sometimes win multiple times in a row, to hold them up as oracles is to be fooled by randomness.

u/Javanz · 4 pointsr/PersonalFinanceNZ

From a local viewpoint, Martin Hawes's books I find pretty solid. Very much a get rich slow approach that gels with my money personality though.

The Millionaire Next Door is quite America-centric with some of their specific advice, but it's a good one to read to get into the FIRE headspace

The Index Card I would also recommend

u/Ryanj37 · 1 pointr/PersonalFinanceNZ

Absolutely you should invest and pay your student loan off as slowly as possible (provided you don't leave the country for an extended period of time).

The only time which this isn't the case is if your student loan debt is really keeping you up at night. If that's the case it might be better for your psyche to pay it off quicker. Doesn't seem like the case for you.

I second I Will Teach you to be rich. Ramit puts out a ton of great (free) content, and was a big reason why I started my own website that aims to teach young kiwi's how to invest.

I would also read / listen to the little book of common sense investing.

This has basically all you need to know about why low cost index-funds/etfs are really the only way for the average investor to go.

u/Salt-Pile · 1 pointr/PersonalFinanceNZ

Thanks, this is interesting.

Not for a newbie but if you feel like being challenged on a few of your fundamental assumptions try Why Smart People Do Stupid Things with Money.