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Wealth Management 2.0: Financial Education for Internet Professionals by [Polgar, Andrei]
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  • File Size: 2005 KB
  • Print Length: 490 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: July 5, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01I1WA2BK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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I was reading the other day that most Americans are in irreparable debt, 25% are unable to come up with $2,000 in 30 days if needed and 63% don't have enough in savings to cover a $500 emergency.

My father was VP of Finance for NBC, CFO of Radio City Music Hall and then National Geographic, as a result I am financially inclined and value a proper education on managing one's wealth. Because of my history many of what's mentioned in this book to me is common sense, however considering the current state of the average American and European I believe anyone (or should I say "most people") that wishes to better understand his or her basic financial standing would be well suited to pick up a book like this.

If you're looking to explore how your finances should be approached, acquired and dispersed to optimize your short and longer term returns than have a look. This book can also be used as a point of reference, you're not pigeon holed to one topic of wealth management for a book to be read straight through, you can pick that chapters that are most relevant to you and skim accordingly.
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This book is intended for anyone who's making money online and while I don’t necessarily fall into that category at this point, it was still very informative and I think one could use some of the same thinking to apply to other money making aspects in their lives. There are so many books like this that are boring and I would give up on reading them. This book delivers the information in a way that is NOT boring, it actually holds my attention. Very detailed, well researched, easy to understand, and the first book of this type that I was actually able read beginning to end. I would definitely recommend reading this book, it is undeniably one of the better ones out there, and for sure the most non-boring.
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It's a long book but very easy to follow and conversational. Not boring, which is rare for a personal finance book I'd say. Chapters are arranged in a logical order not randomly. Each has its place and purpose. The 6th chapter could have been made shorter though.

It's clear a lot of effort went into the book and it's packed with useful tips you can actually apply in real life. The guy doesn't claim to be a guru, which is refreshing. Overall a great read and time well spent!
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Unlike so many books that seem as though they are aimed at people with a nest-egg to invest, this book is also helpful to people with almost no wealth at all. If you can only save $100 a month, this book will help you turn that into real money. While some people are lucky enough to get wealthy in one windfall, most of us have to work our way there. Getting there requires 2 things: earning the money in the first place, and using/investing it wisely to grow it over the years. It's the second part that trips a lot of us up. This book is a greats start.

This book doesn't offer so much in the details and technicalities of investing as it does in the general mindset. Without the right mindset, your money will slip away, so this step is essential. The books addresses attitudes towards money, investing, family and friend issues, psychology and self-control (financial discipline). Really this is all you need. However you choose to invest your money, there is no one book that can give you all the details you will need. You will learn that as you go. This book, however, will get you started with the right footing and the right attitude.

The info here is useful to anyone making enough to put a couple hundred aside each month. And probably essential if you hope to turn that into wealth. This is the basic stuff one should internalize before moving on to more specific investment guides. Easy to read and conversational, it's no trouble getting through the book either. If I have to criticize anything, I might say it's too conversational. While most of the stories offer useful support for the points the author is making, sometimes they were more than I needed.
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This book is intended for internet professionals but will work for anyone who's making money online.

As a detailed discussion of online money earning practises and at over 400 pages the book comes with practical advice about financial behavior and a fair bit of psychology of economical behavior. Andrei discusses the topic of (digital) asset allocation in the form of different common investments like Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds and not so common investment methods like Domain Names and exotic Assets. Also more recent technologies like Websites and Cryptocurrencies as money making methods are discussed. Since the content is targeted to a global audience it comes with the necessary caveat emptor, warning readers to do their due diligence according to their local situation, politics and law.

What I like about the book is its straight forward information distilled into plain English. It is well written and one of my favorites as a serious discussion of money making (and keeping) and no 'get rich quick' methods. Even if you don't make money online yet, it serves well as a comprehensive overview of the possibilities, the methods are discussed in sufficient detail as much as can be packed in a 400+ page book.

As someone who's earnings depends on online technology, Wealth Management 2.0 fills a need in between the financial books I've read earlier including those of Robert Kiyosaki, Tony Robbins and Napoleon Hill. It's up to date and syncs completely with the digital entrepreneur and nomad lifestyle. I also enjoyed the foreword written by Eric Borgos who is also an online entrepreneur and someone whose blog I am following since a few years and serves as an example and inspiration in setting my business goals as well.

I would like to thank Andrei for sharing his experience and knowledge in a great value for money deal. Definitely a book to keep in my library for regular revisits.
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