If you think Investment Education is expensive, then try Ignorance. As the saying goes – Knowledge is Power.

On our recommended list is “The Richest Man in Babylon“ by George S. Clason who says you should “Increase your ability to earn“.

Mark Douglas, “Trading in the Zone“ advises that emotion-based decisions can damage an investor’s hope of getting a consistent net return.

And Robert Kiyosaki in “Rich Dad Poor Dad“ strongly believes that you can make your money work for you for the rest of your life – especially with assets that produce income and appreciates in value.

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