What I have Been Reading January 2019

A few weeks ago, I published a post titled ‘What I learnt in 2018’. It was a collection of articles and stories I found interesting over the course of last year. Subsequent to this post, a number of readers emailed me to request doing a similar style of post on a regular basis. As such …

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A Good Financial Independence Story

One of the things I enjoy doing in my free time is reading about Financial Independence. Stories from people who have already achieved financial independence are of particular interest as it reignite my fire within and keeps me motivated on my own journey. A post I read recently was particularly inspiring. The author, who lives …

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Four Years of MoneyGrower


November 2018 is a special month. It has been four years since I started the Moneygrower site. I wanted to thank all of you who follow my humble site. I didn’t really expect that I will still be going strong for 4 years in a row. I also never expected that this site will become …

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10 things books won’t teach you about investing

Reading books, publications and annual letters written by investment professionals is a great way to get a better grasp of your subject matter of choice. By reading books such as the Intelligent Investor, One Up On Wall Street (A Fireside book) and the Little Book of Value Investing  you can greatly cut the time required to …

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How to read books more quickly!

Education never stops. Acquiring knowledge is an ongoing process. In your quest for financial literacy, there is an endless supply of books. It is important to choose the rights books. Quality is better than quantity. But quantity is important – whatever book you read, each will teach you one lesson that you did not know …

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