Personal Finance Book Give-aways!

The wonderful publicity staff at John Wiley & Sons, the publisher of the international best-seller, Millionaire Teacher – The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School is kind enough to sponsor 2 copies of the book for readers of LCF on Personal Finance. Previously, I interviewed the author of this very book, Andrew Hallam, who shared with me his investing mantra which makes him financially free in his late thirties.

A Tale of Middle Class Millionaire

Here are the reviews you should know about this best-seller, by various accomplished finance authors:

  1. If you buy just one book this year, this is it. Millionaire Teacher will educate and inspire a whole new generation of savvy investors who think for themselves, regularly beat the Street and will retire successfully – Paul B Farrell, Author, The Millionaire Code, The Winning Portfolio and The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing
  2. Put away your check book. Instead give this book to every young person and you will be gifting them a lifetime of financial independence and success – Robert P. Miles, Author, Warren Buffet Wealth
  3. Andrew Hallam has distilled the timeless lessons for investing into nine easy to understand and easy to follow rules. The newbie investor will not find a better guide than Millionaire Teacher – Burton G.Malkiel, A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Here’s what you need to do to participate in this give-away, using the widget below.

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That’s it! Winners will be announced on Friday, 25 May 2012 so get your entries in!

P/S: The book is worth RM 67.80 at Popular bookstore

And, if you miss the podcast interview, here it is.

Immediate Personal Finance Lessons for Everyone

56 thoughts on “Personal Finance Book Give-aways!”

  1. i think there are more singles, unmarried, now and without dependents such as children. how is their savings and investment strategy differs from the marrieds?

    1. YL, I’d say, no dependent individuals are on the no-speed-limit highway to financial freedom if they a financially savvy, invest diligently and spend like they want to grow rich. Look at Andrew Hallam. 🙂

  2. Hi CF Lieu,
    The financial topics that I’m interested in is about the various investment, both long term and short term, that I can join to secure my financial situation.

    1. Hi Mak, I’d say, short term = cash and fixed term. Everything else is long term to reap maximum return from the effect of compounding and the ups/down of business cycle.

    1. Hi YK , unfortunately this book won’t be able to help you with that. By the way, what messy information you are referring too? Perhaps we could help

  3. Wish to learn more about investment and wish can reach my financial independence by 40s.
    Like your blog alot!
    Keep up the good job!

  4. I would like to find out more about the personal finance, and would like to know whether Unit Trust is really for long term investment.

  5. Really great info and do learn a lot thru this blog as well your REITMethod course. You really broaden my knowledge in financial matter as well in REIT investing. I’m not good in writing long compliment or elobrate on it. Its just from my heart, thanks and thanks again.

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