Money Master the Game Book Review
This is one of the best books I’ve ever had the privilege of reading. If you are just getting into the game of investing this should be the first book you read. I’m doing the Money Master the Game Book Review now because I think it is a book that every investor needs to read. This book provides a solid foundation of investing knowledge from the greatest investors of our time.
I’ve read this book for the first time quite a while ago. But I’ll admit I’ve probably read 6-7 additional times since then. I would consider this the bible for investors. He was able to do that by getting the top investors of our time (Charles Schwab, Ray Dalio, Paul Tudor Jones, etc.) giving us advice is priceless. Because that is getting me excited, let’s get to the review!
Tony Robbins does an amazing job providing making investing simple and easy to understand. Robbins is able to do this by interviewing various top investing experts and gets amazing insights on how investing works. He starts off the book with many of the pain points we experience with investing: high advisory fees, actively managed funds, and how the market is “rigged.”
Robbins does a really good job dispelling a lot of the uncertainty that comes with investing. He does this by explaining in a way that only he knows how to do, psychologically. As a result, the psychological tools he uses in his day-to-day job are applied in “Master the Game” of money and investing.
I love the way the book is organized. Robbins lists the specific steps while presenting the material in neat and logical order. It gets a bit repetitive, but he does summarize every step. Which is probably a good idea for some of the beginners reading the book. Overall, I believe that even though this book gets repetitive, the knowledge in this book is undeniable. Because of that, if you are looking to get into the game or are in the game and are looking to grow, this is the book for you.
I will admit that this might be a bit biased, but I don’t have too many bad things to say about this book. But I’ll give this a go anyways. One of the big things is that the last section of this book, the interview section, was mostly useless. There are a few very interesting points that an advanced investor might get from reading.
But the average investor will most likely not understand what is going on. For a book that is meant for the beginner in mind, this definitely doesn’t do it well. Outside of that I don’t really believe that there is much else that you can say is bad about the book. This leads me to my thoughts…
One of the things that I loved about this book is when Robbins mentions the use of a financial advisor. He states that if you do consider getting one that you get one that is a fiduciary advisor. A Fiduciary advisor is one that puts your best interests first. For many individuals, this might be a shocker, but typically most advisors in the finance space do not put your best interests first.
Investing can seem very complicated and difficult. But I promise it’s much simpler than advertised. Investing is one of the best ways to grow your money and achieve financial freedom. If you aren’t investing now, I’d recommend investing now!
There you have it, my Money Master the Game Book Review. Like I mentioned at the beginning of this article this is one of my all-time favorite books. This is why I recommend this book to everyone that I meet who is looking to get into investing or is already in the game.
If you haven’t read it yet I recommend picking it up. This book won’t make you an investing expert. But it will give you the foundation to make better decisions right off the bat. Happy Hunting!Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in Book Reviews