4 Great Finance Books!
Here, I’ve included short reviews on 4 of my favourite finance writers and a selection of their books. All of them have more than one book available so I have included links to Amazon if you wish to look at other choices.
Noel Whittaker has written numerous books over the last 15 or so years on a variety of finance topics and his style is very informative and easy to read. He covers every topic that the beginner would need to know from investment, borrowing and personal finance.
Is a stock market expert who has written a series of books covering topics from Blue Chip shares to Superannuation and is a very keen protagonist in the “do it yourself” market.
He holds regular meetings he calls the Sunday Traders Club at the Wantirna Club in Melbourne where he discusses the latest news on the stock market and frequently has guest speakers on specialist topics.
His books are easy to read and are a very good place for the beginner to start on their learning journey to finance and the share market.
Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, tells the story of Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad—and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
Martin Roth – Top Stocks
Australia’s bestselling sharemarket title is back in a new 19th editionIn this new edition of Top Stocks, renowned financial journalist Martin Roth returns with his tried-and-tested analysis of the best public companies in Australia, based on low-risk and long-term value. Featuring clear and objective information on the performance and outlook of Australian companies across market sectors, it’s an absolute must for Australian investors.Presented in its trademark easy-to-read format, Top Stocks 2013 cuts through the noise and hype to assess every company on the same proven criteria, with a focus on profitability, debt levels, and dividends.
- Features individual, unbiased analysis of the latest results from Australia’s top companies
- Includes comparative sales and profits data, as well as in-depth ratio analysis
- Packed with comprehensive research on each company’s overall outlook and tables ranking all companies according to financial data
For investors and traders, nothing beats the expertise and insight available in this trustworthy bestseller. Top Stocks 2013 is the ultimate guide to the top Australian companies.