Top 5 books of Financial Education and Personal Finance.

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For those who asked us about books that teach us about financial education, we published a ranking with which we consider the best of the subject. Of course, like to say that many expect to find in a book secrets and concrete steps needed to achieve financial freedom or get rich, and that is not the function of these books, more than anything, because every person has some knowledge or another person different skills (which does not mean better or worse).

Let's say if you read any of these books, you should try to capture the main idea and apply it to your talent. I think that will help before anything our article: "How to know what to devote" where could be the beginning of the useful application of the message we convey these writers through their experiences.

1. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind (T.Harv Eker)

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind (T.Harv Eker)

This book assumes that a person fails while another succeeds only because the person getting the success is because it has some habits that lacks the person who fails. In this book itself would find very concrete steps to change those habits and thoughts that are a brake on our financial goals. A highly recommended book.

2. Rich Dad Podre (Robert T. Kiyosaki)

Rich Dad Podre (Robert T. Kiyosaki)

This book we have already named several times. In fact, I think it should be mandatory at school instead of the famous "Little Prince" because financial education is a basic way so that even a child would feel motivated to go out and conquer the world. The book basically explains the difference between thinking of a person whose dream to work as an official or in a business, and people who really want to have a purchasing power and financial freedom. Throughout the book, even those people who have worked in the same company 20 years, will be tempted to change.

3. The Tao of Warren Buffett.

The Tao of Warren Buffett.

This book shows the investment habits of the current best investor in the world, not from the technical side, but from the perspective of thought and analysis, plus a tour of the beginnings of the great Warren Buffett, since winning his first dollar selling newspapers and packaging to the Empire of Berkshire Hathaway. Thoroughly recommended as an aperitif before reading the last book you recommend.

4. The winning investment habits of Warren Buffett and George Soros.

The winning investment habits of Warren Buffett and George Soros

I searched this book in Castilian, and so far there has been no luck, so it is likely to be only in English for now. I have not read, but I'm sure it must not be wasted, since both Soros and Buffett are long-term investors, which have had a margin of error for decades, so they make their investment a lucrative business to while minimizing the level of risk, thanks to the study carried out before investing.

5. The Intelligent Investor (Benjamin Graham)

The Intelligent Investor (Benjamin Graham)

This book is already a legend in the world of investing, especially because it belongs to a legend of the investment, Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett professor. Although this book is not purely financial education, yes it is mandatory for anyone who at some point in life need or want to invest. The most advanced of all that I have stated.