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Building off the framework of Schultheis' The Coffeehouse Investor philosophy, this book will instill the common man and woman with the confidence to take control over their long-term financial goals and journey toward financial freedom in retirement. The Coffeehouse Investor's Ground Rules encourages listeners to ignore stock market "rules" and "perfect portfolio" pursuits to focus on the only three essential components to long-term financial security: saving, investing, and planning. Each component will be further broken down and explained through topics such as:

  • How to save money with confidence
  • The benefit of saving a little
  • Why women should invest in their financial destiny
  • The problem with underestimating your own financial abilities
©2021 Bill Schultheis (P)2021 Gildan Media

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engaging and simple to understand. made for the average person to apply to their life. mostly philosophical but im sure actual book of first one is more hands on.

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not worth your time.

the author clearly does not have much to say and all his stories are centered around himself. 🙄 he admit this at one point in the book, indirectly.