Let’s do a Throwback Book Review from a few years ago! #ThrowbackThursday
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I never read books that are non-fiction and explain things to you (unless it is for school), but I found this book charmed me in a way that is hard to express.
This book explains to you thoughtful ways to invest, and how not to make mistakes when investing. While I found most of them to be quite obvious, when you put them all together it makes a lot of sense. It is very useful to use when you need help with money, and has made me think over my investments and where I spend my money during my schooling years.
A friend of mine who is studying Business also gave me lots of insight by telling me how true this book is, and coming from Columbia Business School (the “best” school for business, her words) that this book will be a good reference for future investments.
Overall, it was very helpful and thoughtful! Although it will not get me hooked on reading books related to business and how to make money or spend your money, I did enjoy the information I gained from it!
Four stars out of five.
I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.