By the time March rolls around, many of our New Year's resolutions are often forgotten.
Promises to stick to diets and exercise may be waning. Before you give up, consider
something else that's healthy and positive - better money management. The library has a
terrific collection of books on personal finance to help get you started. Here are some
great titles to get you started.
►The Self Directed Investor by Marc Chaikin
►Day Trading for Dummies by Ann Logue
►Crowdfund Investing for Dummies by Sherwood Neiss
►Taking Charge with Value Investing by Brian Nichols
►Winning the Losers Game: Timeless Strategies for
►Successful Investing by Charles Ellis
►High Powered Investing All-in-One for Dummies by Jason Best
►The Investor's Guidebook to Fixed Income Investments by Stuart Veale
►Stock Market Cash Flow: Four Pillars of Investing for Thriving in Today's Markets
by Andy Tanner
►The Economist Guide to Investment Strategy by The Economist
►Tax Efficient Investing by Reto Gallati
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