Tim Maurer was assigned a task: put together a list of his five favorite books from the world of personal finance. He came up with 10. In this video, Maurer, director of advisor development for the BAM ALLIANCE, walks us through his wide-ranging library, which includes books that focus on financial planning, behavioral economics, life planning, and a bonus pair that aren’t necessarily about money but can help change the way you look at money.
- The Rent Collector, by Camron Wright
- The Only Guide to a Winning Investment Strategy You’ll Ever Need, by Larry Swedroe
- Reducing the Risk of Black Swans, by Larry Swedroe and Kevin Grogan
- The Undoing Project, by Michael Lewis
- Misbehaving, by Richard Thaler
- Thinking Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman
- Seven Stages of Money Maturity, by George Kinder
- Give and Take, by Adam Grant
- The Power of Moments, by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
- When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi
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