About the book:
Published in 1978, The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need is among the list of favorite book guides on finance, garnering over a million readers in the United States. The book shows its readers, who are willing to learn about finance and investment, the best way to utilize their money by investing in the current financial industry, no matter each reader’s means. It tells the readers about the big opportunity of taking advantage of the booming financial industry and create passive income out of their money.
Tobias uses precise and witty language to capture the attention of his readers. He demonstrates financial tips with easily understood explanations. In this completely updated version of the book, Tobias shares reasonable advice on how to best handle money to turn them into savings, insurance, and investment.
The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need has been providing sound financial advice since it was published in 1978. It is a great guide to young people who are in the early stages of their careers and looking for ways to maximize their income while they can do so. The book also tracks changes in the financial industry to give the readers an idea of how fast the world changes and why they must invest as early as they can.
This book discusses the basics of investing and encourages readers to invest in any means, regardless of income. This is even better for people who are only beginning to learn about the financial world but are very determined to learn, regardless. It is a great gift to give to people who are working for ways to profit and look for basic strategies on investment.
About the author:Andrew Tobias is an American writer who has written a total of twelve books. His two books, The Invisible Bankers and Fire and Ice are New York Times bestsellers. Aside from books, Tobias also writes for magazines like Time, Parade, and New York. He cohosted Beyond Wall Street, a PBS series. He is a graduate of Harvard College and received his Masters of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. He mainly writes about investment, insurance, and politics, among others. Tobias currently serves as a treasurer for the Democratic National Committee.