Finance, Wealth, and Investing Classics brings together a collection of timeless works providing insightful advice on growing wealth, how to manage money and invest, inspiration for financial independence, and how to live a prosperous, abundant life, all in one expansive volume.
Included in this inspiring collection are:
The Path of Prosperity (1901) by James Allen teaches you how to change your life through the way you think and feel. This book serves as a guide to understanding how to find peace and prosperity by changing your attitudes and reactions to life's challenges. "By your own thoughts you make or mar your life, your world, your universe. As you build within by the power of thought, so will your outward life and circumstances shape themselves accordingly."—James Allen.
How to Invest Money (1908) by George Garr Henry clearly presents the basic principles of investment, affording the reader with a working knowledge of the various classes of securities which are available as investments and their relative adaptability to different needs. The book is an outgrowth of Henry's personal experience as an investment banker.
The Science of Getting Rich (1910) by Wallace D. Wattles is a classic book of the New Thought Movement. According to USA Today, the text is "divided into 17 short, straight-to-the-point chapters that explain how to overcome mental barriers, and how creation, rather than competition, is the hidden key to wealth attraction."
The Art of Money-Getting: Golden Rules for Making Money (1880) by P. T. Barnum provides lessons on how to be successful taken from his colorful life.
Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (1923) by Edwin Lefèvre offers a wealth of investing advice through the eyes of stock trader Jesse Livermore. Fortune calls it one of "The Smartest Books We Know" about business.
Successful Stock Speculation (1922) by J. J. Butler empowers readers with an understanding of the fundamental principles guiding investors when selecting stocks and other investments.
Acres of Diamonds (1890) by Russell H. Conwell inspires readers with the message that opportunity, achievement, and fortune—the resources to achieve all good things—are present in one's own life and community.
The Game of Life and How to Play It (1925) by Florence Scovel Shinn teaches how to attain prosperity and success in an entertaining, down-to-earth style.
The Way to Wealth (1758) by Benjamin Franklin is a collection of classic adages and advice extolling a strong work ethic and frugality as a path to wealth.
This extensive edition includes an interactive table of contents to facilitate the reader’s reading experience.