December 13, 2011
I used to love to read. Not that I don't like to read anymore, I just can never seem to find the time to read. Seems that whenever I actually manage to pick up a book, and begin to read, there is always something that I seem to think of that needs to be done.
However, I will say that recently, I received a book to review called Laughing at Wall Street, by Chris Camillo.
This was one of those books that I constantly tried to find every available minute to read. (Which trust me, isn't easy.) I have to say, I loved this book. It contained so much great information. Written in words that make it easy to understand, even for newbie investors like myself.
After reading this book, I started to rethink just where we were putting some of our investment money, and anyone who is investing their own money, should really take the time to read this book through.
This isn't written from one of those financial guru types that you watch on MSNBC, where you can hardly understand what they're talking about, it's written in everyday language, by a person whose own experiences are laid out for you to read and do with what you will. You learn where he comes from, how he's trained himself, the mistakes he's learned from, and so much more.
Laughing at Wall Street would definitely make a great Christmas precent for those who have been investing for years, and for those who are just beginning.
**Disclaimer: I received a copy of Laughing at Wall Street for review. All opinions are 100% my own, and no compensation ever reflects the outcome of a review.