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Five International Financial Gurus You Should Be Reading Now

Finance is something that can be hard to learn, but there have already been authors who can give knowledge on this matter. Here are some of the best ones out there.

Dave Ramsey

[su_quote cite=”Dave Ramsey” class=”cust-pagination”]“We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.” [/su_quote]

Dave Ramsey is one of the best. He is the host of a syndicated radio program titled “The Dave Ramsey Show” and also produces a very informative podcast where he gives great advice on matters connected to saving and investing. Ramsey is a dedicated guru and wants to offer people with money matters since he himself knows how it is to get hit hard. Once upon a time, he lost all his money with investments in the real estate market. Now stronger and more experienced, he advocates avoiding debt at all possible cost.

He shares his step by step process of attaining financial freedom. Unlike other financial gurus, he says that not everyone is ready to invest and they need to prioritize their financial habits first.  He says that first, you should save a lot of money, be free from debt and have an emergency fund that can last you for six months. When all this is met, you can consider investing.

Suze Orman

Suze Orman is an author and television personality who has been widely followed for her knowledge on personal finance. She has gone from being a humble waitress to being a stockbroker at Merrill Lynch until she gathered enough resources to finally open her own firm called the Suze Orman Financial Group. Now, she spends her time writing books and coming up with activities that teach people about personal finance and investing.

She has a lot of books to her name covering diverse topics. One popular book is “The Laws of Money” which delves with how to gain control on money and your life. Orman takes particular attention on the personal finance level, but there are several useful calculators on her website that you can make use of in organizing your finances.

Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is a guru who rose to prominence in his classic “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.” This popular book was based on his childhood and reveals the spending habits of two fathers. One is highly educated but not very financially smart, which is modelled after his own father, and a rich father whose habits struck him hard, which he learned from the father of his childhood friend.

This conversational book engages you on a very intimate level and will surely change the way you see money. This is where you will encounter some striking quotes such as “Do not work for money, let money work for you!” This will leave you with a pursuit to greatness and striving for greater financial knowledge.

Warren Buffet

When it come to financial advice, you just cannot remove the second richest man and the one who is considered by almost everyone to be the god of the industry, no other than Warren Buffet himself. Labeled as “The Oracle of Omaha,” Buffet is known to live a life that runs against how much he is worth. For example, he never travels by private jet despite owning the world’s largest private jet company. He still lives in the old two bedroom house he first bought and when asked why, he revealed that it already has everything he needs.

Buffet has also pulled off several stunts that show everyone who is boss. He donated almost all his net worth to charity, only to get it back after a while and be worth even more than he was in the first place. He is also known to phone big companies and give advice on pulling back or going forward, since he has an unparalleled financial vision which everyone takes very heavily.

David Bach

David Bach is a very popular author for his series “The Automatic Millionaire” and “Finish Rich.” He has sold millions of books worldwide since he has started writing and these have been read in many different countries across the globe. He has risen to be what is considered by many as the father of modern personal finance, and his books teach a lot about common sense investing principles.

If you want to learn, you have to learn from the best. You no longer have to reinvent the wheel, as these people have already shown the way for you to meet your financial goals. Do you follow any of them? Share with us what you think of these authors in the comments below!

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