Best-selling author Tony Robbins provides a detailed, practical handbook on the principles, rules and psychology of investing in today’s unpredictable economy. He draws insights from interviews with more than 50 of the world’s greatest “money masters,” including Warren Buffett. Robbins offers a straightforward, serviceable how-to guide to achieving “financial freedom.” He offers advice on investing in mutual funds, index funds and retirement plans, but beyond the usual menu, he also recounts basic, intuitive principles for achieving financial “peace of mind.” Robbins heeds the real purpose of acquiring money: living a fruitful and fulfilling life on your own terms. getAbstract recommends his warm, good-humored and useful guide to financial advisers, business students and people who want to take control of their financial future.
About the Authors
Tony Robbins, author of the bestseller Money: Master the Game, is an entrepreneur and philanthropist famous for his business and personal development events. Barron’s ranked Peter Mallouk as the number one financial adviser in the United States for three consecutive years.
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1 year agoThe author has given a lecture. What he did and how he acheived frinacial freedom, should have been covered to generate confidence of readers in what he says. Most of the peoepl in the world are spending most of thier time in chasing money. They never address the question as what is their upper limit to accumulate wealth and what is their purpose of doing so. They hence end up their lives in just chasing money at the cost of their health, family, relations and therefore regret for having spent a useless/meaningless life. Has the author achieved finacial freedon and peace of mind? How one can get out of greed of money, be addressd in this book. The author therfore must either answer above questions, or write one more book to have answers to these questions.
5 years agoThe text to speech function is poor at best. What improvements can be expected?
6 years agoVery good summary, I have read the book