The Best Books About Investing and Understanding the Economy
There are many great books about investing and economy, but to be able to understand today’s complex economy, the one has to either be experienced and skilled in investing and business or just get the right information and apply it. Sounds simple, but how do you know what information is genuine and which isn’t?
That is the best question, because if everything would be that simple as following the spet by step guide for the best investing strategy, then everybody would be doing it, and most of the people would be rich.
But unfortunately, this is not the case.
There are always things that sound simple, especially the new things or the things that people don’t know much about even though they think that they do.
Which leads to the core issue, the lack of Education or wrong kind of education.
In order to achieve success in business or investing, you got to be smart, but more importantly willing to learn new things with passion and determination. Successful people never stop learning.
over the course of my life I read a lot of interesting business and investing books, but they always sounded a little bit too complex and confusing, or really boring to read. You cannot learn from something that is boring you to death, it has to be interesting and catchy in some way.
That’s why I recommend to everyone who truly wants to learn and understand the economy and investing, possibly the best book about investing and business called Principles by Ray Dalio.
The book Principles is written in a way that it’s easy to follow and understand everything. It also opens up the completely new approach to achieve success in life, business, or relationships – mainly all three.
Investing and trading the markets has always been Ray Dalio’s passion since he was a small kid. Today he is responsible for owning the largest and most successful hedge fund in the world, that made more money to their clients than any other hedge funds combined. He developed several investing strategies with minimal risk and maximum return.