Why does paying for things often feel like it causes physical pain? Blending humor and behavioral economics, the author of Predictably Irrational delves into the truly illogical world of personal finance to help people better understand why they make bad financial decisions, and gives them the knowledge they need to make better ones.
Retirement planning was simple and predictable 40 years ago. All you needed was your company pension, personal savings and state pension. Those days are long gone. Most public pensions are underfunded and private companies can't get rid of them fast enough. The government is struggling to support the state pension. And most people haven't saved even a fraction of what they should. Retiring comfortably today is not about saving more, it's about saving smart. In DON'T RETIRE BROKE, you will learn:
One of the most important financial plans you can have is saving and investing for your retirement. Quite simply, the success of this plan determines whether you're going to live comfortably after you stop working.
The Financial Times Guide to Saving and Investing for Retirement will lead you through a bewildering maze of financial tools and provide advice on crucial investment decisions. It provides everything you need to know about how to save and invest so that you can su
Determine the strength of any business with fundamental analysis Have you ever wondered the key to multibillionaire Warren Buffet's five-decade run as the most successful investor in history? The answer is simple: fundamental analysis.
Risk does not equal reward. This is the proprietary thesis of DOLLARLOGIC and what separates Martin's message from the rest of the "buy, buy, buy!" investment industry. Risk does not equal reward in relationships, behind the wheel of a car or in any other aspect of life, so why should it in the highly varied and sophisticated world of investing? In DOLLARLOGIC, Wall Street veteran, Andy Martin, explains what risk really is, why stocks are actually less risky than bonds and why predicting yourse
DIY Financial Advisor: A Simple Solution to Build and Protect Your Wealth DIY Financial Advisor is a synopsis of our research findings developed while serving as a consultant and asset manager for family offices.
Credit card expert, Beverly Harzog, shares how she went from being a credit card disaster to a credit card diva. When Beverly got out of college, she spent the next 10 years racking up debt on seven credit cards. Credit card limits, she believed, were merely "guidelines", certainly not anything to be taken seriously, especially if she was in dire need of a new pair of shoes. The fact that she was a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) at the time adds an ironic twist to the credit quagmire she slow
A nationally syndicated financial columnist and founder of Debt-Proof Living distills her twenty years of experience into seven simple principles that help people get out of debt and manage their money.
From the bestselling author of Making money out of property in South Africa now comes 10 simple steps to property wealth, which distils, in a nutshell, all the tips and strategies, as well as all the most important and dif?cult lessons, the author has learnt over the course of his own career as a property investor.
Getting Rich Your Own Way outlines and explains practical, proven, fast-acting processes and principles that have been used by men and women around the world to move from financial frustration to success and affluence.