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The Seven Best Books for Achieving Financial Independence and Creating Long-Term Wealth

The Seven Best Books for Achieving Financial Independence and Creating Long-Term Wealth

Financial independence is the best way to enjoy life, but the end goal should be creating long-term wealth. That can only be achieved by thoroughly understanding investment concepts and strategies. The seven books in this blog article serve to provide you with all the tools necessary to accomplish these two goals. It does not matter if you are a rookie or a seasoned investor; you will benefit greatly from them all. These are essential to protect your financial future and excel at money management.

1. Benjamin Graham’s “The Intelligent Investor: The Essential Book on Value Investing”

Benjamin Graham’s “The Intelligent Investor” is considered to be the holy grail when it comes to value investing, inspiring generations of investors wanting to build their wealth via long-term, value-centric investment strategies. The key ideas explained in this book are risk and portfolio management, selecting stocks, and providing readers with a solid foundation to build lucrative and sensible investments.

2. Burton G. Malkiel’s “A Random Walk Down Wall Street: The Time-Tested Method for Profitable Investment.”

Burton G. Malkiel feels that success in the stock market is not attributed to selecting specific stocks. In his “Random Walk Down Wall Street,” he shows how effective market theory-centric, diversified, and low-cost passive investment methods can work better than just going for certain stocks. If you want to acquire long-term wealth and be financially free, this is the place to start.

3. Peter Lynch’s “One Up On Wall Street: How to Utilize What You Already Know to Invest Well”

The book “One Up On Wall Street” serves as a guide to using personal experiences and knowledge to make sound investment decisions. Peter Lynch is no stranger to success in investments, and his strategy is very practical and effective because each person’s experience is different yet valuable. All of that can be used to make those picture-perfect investment decisions and outperform others.

4. John C. Bogle’s “The Little Book of Common Sense Investing”

The stock market can be your best friend if you are getting the right return on investment and your worst enemy if you throw your money away in bad investments. This is where this little book comes in handy. John C. Bogle, the founder of The Vanguard Group and an expert in low-cost index funds, teaches us about index funds because they work best for those looking to do little work and maintain low expenditure in investing. This is a low-risk-high-reward approach and is worth trying once you read the book.

5. William J. Bernstein’s “The Four Pillars of Investing: Lessons for Creating a Successful Portfolio”

William J. Bernstein offers a comprehensive exploration of ideas that encourage successful investment in “The Four Pillars of Investing.” The topics covered in the book include portfolio theory, asset allocation, and risk management. While this may sound academic, these topics are essential in building a strong foundation in critical areas.

6. Robert T. Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Wealthy Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!”

Ask any personal life and business coach if they have read “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert T. Kiyosaki. They will respond positively and will run out of adjectives and superlatives when they praise this book. This legendary book is a story of two “dads” who are rich and poor, respectively. The rich one turned out to be the sensible one, and he knew them both. The poor one is his father, who, while educated, had a myriad of challenges to face, and the rich one is his friend’s father, who became a self-made millionaire. This is perhaps the one book you must read in your lifetime to build financial independence by learning debt management, asset investment, and wealth accumulation!

7. George S. Clason’s “The Richest Man in Babylon”

When you read this book, you will be surprised to learn how it is still so impactful, considering it was published in 1926. It offers financial advice that has been passed on through generations and has stood the test of time. The financial advice in this book is incomparable, and you could also follow in his footsteps to become the richest man wherever you live!

These seven books are the true bibles of sound financial investing and building long-term wealth. The authors have explained tried-and-tested strategies and work for everyone. These books are a must-read because you can learn effective financial management and enjoy the rest of your life without any financial worries.



Michael Stickler is a best-selling author and internationally sought-after speaker. His highly acclaimed work includes Cliven Bundy: American Terrorist Patriot, Journey to Generosity, and Life Without Reservation. His 19th book, Ghost Patriot is his first book in the political fiction genre, and it is quickly approaching best-seller status. When not traveling the world as an author/speaker, you might find Michael in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, or on a beach near Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, writing his next book. You can find out more about Michael at

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