From the author of the best selling ‘The God delusion’, Dawkins explains the theory behind genetics and the potential for the coded information stored within genes to become immortal through successful survival, adaptation and replication.
The Snowball is a biography of Warren Buffett, the ‘Oracle of Omaha’ and worlds best investor. Schroeder details his humble start in life and his burning desire for investing knowledge even as a child, all the way to his incredible successes with value investing and running Berkshire Hathaway.
Dave Ramseys Total Money Makeover teaches you through seven steps how to build a strong financial future. Ramsey is the most popular personal finance book of all time, with millions of copies sold globally
The Millionaire Next Door explains the incredibly simple financial habits that the affluent have which leads to an accumulation of wealth and reaching of financial independence. Stanley shows how with some basic planning, living below your means and avoiding being stupid with your money can lead to becoming a Millionaire.
Biddulph explains in ‘Raising girls in the 21st Century’ that corporations have made millions from the ‘pinkification’ of girlhood. The challenging demands of modern society and the pervasiveness of the internet and social media has exaggerated anxiety, narcissism and led to increased childhood exposure to pornography and other detrimental factors to girls development.
How not to die explains how you can extend your life, and your quality of life, based on scientific evidence which recommends switching to a predominantly whole food plant based diet
Peter Thornhill’s experience and insights into wealth creation through investment and his entertaining delivery make for a good read. Motivated Money led to Thornhill becoming a sought after presenter and recognised financial commentator.
The Intelligent investor is written by Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing and is a fundamental must read for all investors. Whilst it is fairly advanced, it is easy to read and forms part of the due diligence all intelligent investors need to do.
Before trying to tell you what to do, Bernstein addresses some of the reasons of ‘Why’ and ‘How’ behind investing. He introduces market theory, discusses the history of investing, and explains the influence of human psychology and the very real impact of the media
Farmer offers a fairly jargon-free discussion of modern economics; comparing classical and Keynesian economic theories