- Paperback: 512 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 11, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1494463180
- ISBN-13: 978-1494463182
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 145 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,008 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Bachelor Pad Economics: The Financial Advice Bible for Men Paperback – December 11, 2013
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About the Author
Aaron Clarey is a motorcycle-riding, salsa-dancing, fossil hunter who fakes being an economist and author on the side to finance his hobbies. His books specialize in providing advice, wisdom, and guidance for all people in economics, finance, and investing. You can visit him at: captaincapitalism.blogspot.com
Top customer reviews
This is precisely what happened. It was a nice, casual read, and an eye-opener. It applies for young men as well as men like me approaching their 40s. I disagree with the author on some of the points he made, but I'm the type of guy who looks to continue to benefit from other people's thoughts even when I disagree with a few others they have presented.
My favorite part was where he confirmed something I had already come up with independently on my own. I was unsure of my determination that Western women as a whole are low-quality people, but that was my theory. When I read his analysis of women, it sent shockwaves through me because it validated my own thoughts. It's easy to doubt yourself when you disparage an entire sex of an entire nation. When I read about his experiences and saw how they paralleled my own limited dating experiences, I felt like I'm not alone on this planet.
And reading about his other experiences helped me understand my own role in the world. I'm sort of following in his footsteps in some ways. I'm an interesting bachelor with a large and growing skill set. I have a very exciting life. And despite my own feelings about women, like him I haven't completely given up on finding someone special. This "most interesting man in the world" legend is based on a social role a man can enter into if his behaviors match the MGTOW bachelor that he is teaching you to become.
He's teaching you common sense. He's teaching you how not to screw up. So sit back, learn from the guy, and enjoy a good, sloppy read straight from his heart complete with the spelling and grammar mistakes that prove it's both authentic and genuine, and not a polished team effort from a publisher trying to make sure not to offend anyone.
I've been trying to improve my financial and life situation.
In buying up self improvement and other reading materials, maybe 1/10 books is worth reading.
Maybe it's closer to 1/20.
Bachelor Pad Economics was great. I'm honestly considering buying two more copies and giving them the younger relatives in my life.
Very realistic and very practical advice, that lined up with lessons I have already learned myself - the hard way.
It's more than just a financial bible (though all the chapters affect finance in some way, shape, or form), it is simply a book to show men how the world works and how to live their FINITE lives. This book is not meant to be read cover-to-cover, but I could not put it down the more I dug into it. I purchased a copy for my brother and will buying more copies for other friends and family members. Once I am finished, I intend to read his other books (Worthless & Enjoy the Decline). Do not hesitate, purchase this book NOW!
I can't wait for the bed wetter reviews to roll in though. Those are going to be as entertaining as the reviews for "Enjoy the Decline".