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Finance is an important for anyone looking to manage their personal finances, investment, or pursue a career in finance. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced professional, reading about finance can help you gain valuable insights and practical knowledge that can be applied in real-world situations.

So, if you're interested in learning about finance, here are some of the best books to start with

The Richest Man in Babylon - by George S. Clason

George Clason goes deep on the 3 Financial Lessons you can apply right now to build your wealth: Living Below your Means, Learning how to be Lucky and Never Taking on Debt.

2, Think and Grow Rich - by Napoleon Hill

This book is a all-time classic in Goal-setting, Finance and Self-Improvement alike. It is on the leading list of every Entrepreneur for a reason: The easy-to-follow 13-step-process to getting thinking and growing Rich!

3, The Science of Getting Rich - by Wallace Wattles

The Science of getting rich will definitely surprise you, which is why I do not want to say too much about it. Read it and see for yourself what the science behind getting rich really is.

4, Rich Dad Poor Dad - by Robert Kiyosaki

The comparison between Robert Kiyoaskis two dad’s made it for an easy read with a clear to understand message. This book is a great start to learn about investing, cash flow and how to make your money work for you.

5, The Intelligent Investor - by Benjamin Graham

The most valuable points Benjamin Graham shares in this book are the Defensive vs. the Enterprising Investor, where outstanding investing results come from and the “Margin of Safety”.

6, Money Master the Game - by Tony Robbins

Upon Interviewing the richest people in the world, Tony Robbins came up with this book including 7 powerful sections on Money, Investing and even insides to the Billionaires he interviewed.Sell or Be Sold & The Closer’s Survival Guide - by Grant Cardone

7, The Psychology of Money" by Morgan Housel:

 This book explores the intersection of psychology and finance, offering insights into how our emotions and biases can impact our financial decisions. It's a must-read for anyone looking to improve their financial decision-making skills.

8, A Random Walk Down Wall Street" by Burton Malkiel: 

This classic book offers a comprehensive introduction to investing, covering everything from stocks and bonds to mutual funds and ETFs. It emphasizes the importance of diversification and provides practical advice for building a balanced portfolio.

9, Barbarians At the Gate

Interested in leveraged buyouts and junk bonds? In 1989, Bryan Burrough and John Helyar wrote the definitive history of these financing types when they recounted the struggle involving the leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco, a now-defunct food and cigarette conglomerate. The writers originally covered the story as reporters for the "Wall Street Journal." (For more, see: Understanding Leveraged Buyouts.

10, Security Analysis

Benjamin Graham and David Dodd wrote the "bible" of fundamental equity investing in this classic, first published in 1934. If you're interested in the techniques of value investing, an approach favored by Warren Buffett (who was a student of Graham’s at Columbia University), you're certain to benefit from this book.

These Books together form the basis on the topic of Selling and Closing deals. No matter your profession this is something that everyone should learn about money. Sell or Be Sold gives you the reason for selling, with fantastic tips on how to treat your money, while the Closer’s Survival Guide is brilliant collection of closes you can train yourself to use.The Warren Buffett Way - by Robert G. Hagstrom

Want to learn how to Invest like the second-richest man in the world? Robert G. Hagstrom outlines the investment strategies of Warren Buffet in this book. The real value of this book comes in the Tenets explained in the second half and this is definitely worth the read.

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