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August 06, 2017
There are no shocking new insights in this book, it's more like a collection of quick little essays written by someone with a lot of common sense and experience when it comes to managing money. A decent and easy read if you want a general overview of how to manage (i.e. save) your money, but don'...
November 02, 2014
ok. I must be a financial geek - I loved this book.
A big change from his previous book is his view of mutual funds - and choosing a good fund family with good fund managers that have a good track to beat the market - it doesn't work. He says that he doesn't recommend index funds - it's simply tha...
December 10, 2011
I was very interested in what he'd have to say, over 20 years after "The Wealthy Barber". Not nearly as cohesive or eye-opening, but still nice to get a modern take from him.
Things to remember:
"I can't afford it."
Save 10-15% of my gross income.
Reminder: what percentage of my working-years income...
May 23, 2017
I've always liked David Chilton ever since watching him on Dragon's Den. I bought this book ages ago but haven't read it until now. For a Canadian who is new to personal finance and financial concepts, and doesn't really know where to begin with their own finances, this is a perfect book to intro...
September 22, 2011
I really liked this book.
I didn't give it a 5, because it just didn't hook me like the original wealthy barber did. I loved the first half, but the last half where he gives his more random thoughts was sub par.
The topics were excellent, the advice current and helpful.
I especially like his thought...
December 19, 2012
Maybe The Wealthy Barber was a better read, but I didn't read it and instead jumped into this "sequel." The financial advice ranged from stupidly simple to doesnt-apply-to-me-I'm-not-Canadian. That wouldn't have been as bad, but Chilton tries to be funny in his writing. He's about as funny as a s...
April 10, 2014
I thought that the book was OK. I have read other finance books with better information and a plan on how to not only get out debt but also to plan for my retirement.
The chapter called "A Borrowed Approach to Borrowing" almost made me stop reading the book only 25% into the book. He suggested th...
March 20, 2017
Fast read, and I've now read the book twice. I like how the chapters are bite sized chunks of advice. Makes it easy for things to sink in, and I liked his humor. This book encouraged me to open up and RRSP at 23 and realize the magic of compound interest (the example of the twins- one w...
October 19, 2016
It seems basically a revision for what he did in his previous book. But without entering the barber story. He basically told what he learned since then in his own personal story.
There are some changes on his advises since the previous book, namely the mutual funds. Not all that dramatic. It's jus...
November 24, 2016
Probablement un des meilleurs livres de vulgarisation sur les finances personnelles que j'ai pu lire. En plus, c'est canadien, donc ça parle de REER plutôt que de 301(k). Personnellement, je n'ai pas appris grand-chose vu que ça doit être le 20e livre que je lis sur le sujet, mais si quelqu'un vo...