Sunday, August 12, 2012

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Millionaire Teacher, my first financial book!

Have you ever heard of "Millionaire Teacher"?

A friend recommended this book to me. I don't read books, but since I'm so eager to find ways on how we can grow our money, I opened and tried to read the first few pages of this book. From the moment I started reading it, I can't put down the book and started taking notes. I then obliged my hubby to read it right away.

Andrew Hallam is the author of "Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned at School." He's a high school teacher in Singapore and was a middle-income earner. He started investing at the age of 19, and became a millionaire in his 30s. 

We find this book simple, entertaining, and informative. I finished reading it in two days! It's direct to the point and situations are realistic. This book will give you an insight on why we should invest on index funds instead of mutual funds. Helpful links are also provided in this book for those who are located in US, Canada, Australia, and Singapore.

I wished that I read this book in my early 20s! Well, it's never too late. I'm very thankful to Andrew Hallam that he wrote Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned at School. He also have a website and it's very helpful, he even answers queries from his siteJust by reading it, I feel that I've learned a lot on index funds. Our next step is doing what Andrew Hallam is doing. Millionaire Teacher is good for those who want to start investing and be financially free. I really love this book and recommended this to my family and friends. This is exactly the financial guide we need and worth sharing. 

For those of you that still have no idea what index funds are, how, and what to invest, go get Millionaire Teacher!


malensky said...

my first financial books - RICH DAD POOR DAD and Pera Mo Palaguin Mo. i enjoyed both pero mas yun PMPM, i had a clear understanding of my finances, assets and liabilities. everything was explained in layman's terms so it's easier to understand

Liz Nano said...

Malen, I agree, my husband have those books. You may like Millionaire Teacher, it's really worth it. Promise! :) It will tell you exactly what to invest and where to start, more on long term investments. This is more of a buy and hold investment on index funds. And after reading this, you'll probably in the process of doing it! :)

I also read "My Maid Invest in Stocks" by Bo Sanchez. It's more about buying individual stocks in COL (citiseconline). In PH, there are online brokers like COL Financial where you can buy & hold stocks forever for as low as 5k PHP, and BPI trade for index funds.