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All the reviews below were left on Amazon, Audible, Goodreads, & iTunes

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DONTE E.

Floorer

School doesn't teach you about finances when you're young, how to make money, and how to invest it. I recommend this book if you want to invest and learn more. The younger you are, the younger you will be able to retire.

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CHANDLER K.

PHOTOGRAPHER

My biggest objection with this book was I didn't think the author was credible before I bought. Man I was SO WRONG. He is literally an investor who has years of experience. I found myself taking notes throughout the book because it's filled with gold nugget after nugget. This book is essentially free because he's giving you everything you need to make $. I could not be happier.

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JACOB W.

Medical Practitioner 

What You Wish You Learned In High School. This quick read sets an excellent foundation for those who have little or no knowledge of wealth building and passive income.

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KYLE G.

Music Producer

For anyone who has a long investment time horizon, the strategies being presented offer a solid, simple approach to building sustainable wealth. Highly recommended for investors just getting started in the wonderful world of stock investing.

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JOSH C.

Student

Yes most of us feel helpless if we lose our job. But if we take action before things go wrong, we could save a lot more. Our decisions will define our future! Highly recommended to the new graduates looking for ways to build long-term wealth passively.

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T. HAUNG

Dentist

If you are looking to diversify your wealth portfolio this book might be what you need. The only thing I wish I had done differently is that I start my investment earlier.

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CHERYL B

Nurse

I have two boys in their 20's who are starting to dabble with investing so I thought this would be a great guide for them. This book makes things very simple and clear, anyone can follow it and learn. I always thought learning investing was complicated but after reading this book, I've learned where to start, what to look for and so much more. I wish I had this book in my 20's.

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JOE C.

Financially Independent

When my son asked me about investing I thought for a long time before answering. I pointed him to a few books, but nothing really clicked. Then I came across this book. I wish I had this book when I was in my twenties. The author emphasizes saving from the start of the book. I like the approach because it discusses mindset and gives reasons why to save, etc. The book is realistic and practical.

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BECKA V.

Waiter

Getting a mentor on time is a useful guide for anyone to be able to master money. The education system never prepared anyone to build wealth, but this book gives how to structure finances and invest.

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JIM R.

Architect

While I do read once in a while, mainly home improvement or better productivity books, this book is filled to the brim of useful information that I am sure can apply to anyone regardless of age on how to build a better financial portfolio.

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SCOUT M.

Student

I found this book more informative than any other class or teacher I have ever had !

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KYLE B.

Author

This is one of those books you wish you could go back and give your younger self. Learning from people who have actually “Done it” is normally the best way to go.

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AUTUMN

Master of Arts in Communications

Saw some good reviews and I'm in my 20s so I thought "why not?". Really glad I picked this up. I've been struggling to figure out how to set myself up financially since no one in my family ever taught me, and we all know how high school can be with teaching you things like this.


Now that I've started reading, I can get started on investing for the first time in my life. This book gave me a great understanding of where to start and what to do. I've set up a few things for mutual funds so far and I am so excited to do more!

What I love most about this book is the idea of setting yourself up with a long-term mindset. Honestly, it's hard to do because it's easy to forget that eventually, the future will be my present. I think the way the author explained everything though was easy to follow and made a lot of sense. I will keep reading this over and over to reinforce as the days and years go on :)

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ROSE F.

Therapist & Author

I wish that I had book like this when I was 18-22! The world of investing has always been intimidating for me. Dan Sarver has laid out 7 of the best investment tools for young people to promote long term financial growth.

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TARYN J.

Carpenter

This book has so much information in it that every young person in their 20's, and realistically some in the 30's could benefit from. A MUST HAVE for all young adults.

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BEAU J.

Repairman

If you are in your 20s and start to do what this book suggested, you would be wealthy for sure as a matter of time. I think this book is for all ages of people but apply better for younger ones since they can take advantage of the time.

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MARK T.

Police Officer

I was initially expecting the basic investment information that is easy to come by. I was pleasantly surprised with the many gems of investing that I will definitely be passing on and personally utilizing from this point forward.

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WILLIAM F.

Pilot

I purchased this for my young son who has recently graduated high school and beginning his journey in life. Let's face it - the best thing about investing when you're young is the power of compound interest over time! I'm glad I grabbed this and hope my son appreciates/learns from this material.

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CHAITAYNA S.

College Student

 A solid introductory look at investing for beginners. Dan's suggestions are also helpful, practical, and grounded in reality. He's clear from Page 1 that investing is not going to be an overnight success story but one that will build wealth over time and with patience. He's also shared a list of websites and simulators that he accesses in order to figure out his strategies.

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NISHA M.

Student

I read this book out of curiosity and it made so much sense. Start early , start young and reap the rewards of financial investment and planning. This is a definite read for young adults. 

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HARISH H.

Artist

To be Honest there are less start ups and less investors in 20's in India. so I never really had any premonition about investments. I read this Book without any personalized opinions. I am rewarded in return with double triple quadruple times with beneficial knowledge. I recommend to go through the book before you could think of anything.

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JAMES E.

Student

The farther I got the more I wanted to keep reading. Author did an amazing job breaking down concepts and explaining what to look for when choosing your own investments.

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RICK B.

Retired Stock Broker

The author spent a great deal of time researching his material because it shows. Years ago I worked for the Pacific Stock Exchange in Los Angeles. I highly recommend this book for any person starting out in life.

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