Category: Financial Book Reviews

A Review of The Truth About Money by Ric Edelman Clarkgym2 Comments


Ric Edelman is consistently rated as the top independent financial advisor in the country by well-respected publications. He also hosts a weekly radio show where he talks about the economy and answers questions. Even if you think you know a lot about finances, Ric is the type of guy that will re-educate you and challenge your financial plan. While it’s true that this book covers many of the standard areas that many books of this nature cover like stocks, bonds, mutual funds and so on, it’s also the most well rounded personal finance and investing book that I’ve ever read and I’ve been around the block. The Truth About Money includes information about such overlooked topics like:

Estate Planning

I bet a lot of you have never talked about this with you financial advisor. Retirement planning is great but what about preserving your wealth for your heirs? Ric covers this in detail and also provides solid arguments on why you can’t afford not to do so.


Before reading this book, the topic of life insurance seemed unnecessary. It really opened my eyes to why you need it as well as health insurance. Too many people scrimp on these and…

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By : Adam | 5 Dec 2014
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A Review of The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

By : Adam | 21 Nov 2014

The Intelligent Investor is the famous book written by Warren Buffet’s mentor, Benjamin Graham. This is one of the must read books for both average investors and Wall St. Brokers. In this book, Graham lays out his philosophy of investing and some key investing ideas …

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A Review of Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell

By : Adam | 31 Oct 2014

Thomas Sowell is a brilliant economist who started out in poverty and became one of the premier American economists of our time. In addition to being a well-educated and globally respected economist, he has the ability to break down complex economics terminology into easy to …

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The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing Book Review

By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 28 Mar 2013

For a while now I’ve been wanting to get more into investing. You always hear all these stories of people getting their money working for them with solid investments. Meanwhile my money had been sitting in lousy mutual funds that bank reps had somehow convinced …

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