Book Reviews

Detailed reviews of almost 50 different personal finance books. Browse to see my thoughts and key takeaways from all of Canada’s most popular finance books.

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Free at 45 – Book Review and Giveaway

By FT April 18, 2011

Timothy Stobbs, the author of the book Free at 45 – How to Retire Early and Happy (link), may be better known to you as…

Moolala Book Review and Giveaway

By FT March 28, 2011

Random House Publishing contacted me to review a new personal finance best seller, Moolala (link), which was written by Bruce Sellery.  The title sounded unique…

The Idiot Millionaire by Derek Foster – Review and Giveaway

By FT January 24, 2011

Derek Foster is back again with his fifth book – The Idiot Millionaire (link).  This book follows a common theme about investing,with the focus on…

The RESP Book – Review and Giveaway

By FT October 18, 2010

For parents, there is probably one expense in particular that can send them into panic mode…and that is  post secondary education.  With all the media…

Book Review and Giveaway: Rob Carrick’s Guide to What’s Good Bad and Downright Awful in Canadian Investments Today

By FT September 6, 2010

It’s been quite a while since our last book review and giveaway, but lets get it going again with a great personal finance book written…

Book Review and Giveaway: Your Money Ratios

By FT January 11, 2010

Personal finance money ratios is something that you may have seen from reading other personal finance blogs. Basically, common stock ratios like current ratio (assets/liabilities),…

SUPER TRADER – Book Review and Giveaway

By FT October 26, 2009

Lately I’ve been taking some of my free time in the evening to catch up on some reading. After finishing The Secret Language of Money,…

The Secret Language of Money – Book Review and Giveaway

By FT October 7, 2009

It has been a while since my last book review (in June) as my reading hobby has been on the back burner lately as my…

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