The Finance99 Reading List

These are all the books I have personally read over the course of my journey. I started out basic, and as my education grew, I expanded into more complex topics. I should note that, while reading, I would take as many breaks as I needed, to go find a Youtube video that would enhance, explain or explore, more of what I was learning. This was a world I had never been exposed to, or gave any consideration; I was building new concepts, words, ideas, and weaving them altogether. My best advice while learning? Give yourself the patience to absorb! Your brain is very smart, it just needs time! I'll list the Youtube channels I found most helpful in another page. 

Just a side note, you really don't have to go off the rails like I did lol. You can watch my videos and get a pretty good grasp on what is what. But if you want that education that leads to conviction in the investments that you will want to hold (trust me, the idea of being financially free will get you PUMPED!), then personal education is the best way to get it.

  • Guide To Investing in Gold and Silver by Mike Maloney

  • The Wealth Barber (both 1 and 2) by David Chilton

  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

  • The Money Rules by Susan Jones

  • The New Case for Gold by James Rickards

  • Currency Wars by James Rickards

  • The Death of Money by James Rickards

  • Inventing Bitcoin by Yan Pritzker

  • The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson

  • Nomad Capitalist by Andrew Henderson

  • Stop Working by Derek Foster

  • The Psychology of Money by Morgan Hounsel

  • The Basics of Bitcoin and Blockchains by Antony Lewis

  • The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous

  • The Internet of Money by Andreas M. Antonopoulos 

  • Expat Secrets by Mikkel Thorup

  • Wilful Blindness by Sam Cooper