Rich Dad, Poor Dad - The Book That Rocked the Financial World!

If you truly desire to be rich and wealthy, rich dad, poor dad authored by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one book you need to read and have on your book shelf. This book is a good guide for those who want to be in-charge of their financial future.

Learning More About Micro Economics Could Serve You Well - Book Review:
Well, it appears that many small towns and communities across America are now taking the bull by the horns, and working locally with economic development associations, city planners, and chambers of commerce. They want to get their economies cooking again, and they are tired of bitching and moaning, and complaining about the global economic fallout, the real estate prices, and all "For Lease signs" in the shopping centers of businesses which are no longer in business. "Microeconomics," by Edwin G. Dolan and David D. Lindsay, 1986 and "Micro Economic Theory, by Dominick Salvatore, 1974

Warren Buffet - Dedication and Concentration:
The author Alice Schroeder mentions one story that aptly describes - the type of personality Warren Buffet has - it took place when one female friend of Warren Buffet stayed in the guest room of Ms. Graham and came out shocked to tell Buffet there was a real Picasso in the bathroom. Buffet told her he just noticed there was free shampoo available in the room. Other stories deal with the other power players such as Bill Gates and Akio Morita, in fact, Bill Gates is still considered as soul mate by Warren Buffet.

Worried About Hyper Inflation? Maybe You Should Think on It:
The United States has been busy printing money and we've been selling Treasury Notes, luckily we are borrowing at a low interest rate, but we are also putting ourselves in debt and printing money and forcing it into the economy at a rate never before seen. The Stimulus of 787 Billion Dollars and some $2 Trillion for financial bailouts; all this money flow will cause an inflation challenge in the future. So, let me recommend a very good book to you:

Thought Provoking Book - Makes You Go "Hmm":
In spite of the overly witty full title - Super Freakonomics Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance - the book is actually a fascinating tale of how economics plays into even the most bizarre areas of modern life. I guess that is what authors Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner wanted to convey with that extravagant title - they should have just let the content speak for itself, but I know, its all about getting people to OPEN the book, I get it, really.

Economic Development in the Philippines:
This article focus on Economic Development in the Philippines. This is giving and idea for the high school and college students who are looking for this topic. This is also good for the faculty or Professors in searching this subject. This article have broadened the concept of social awareness of the readers and viewers. This article is a public and private approach.

Maxed Out:
I was expecting a dry and academic read, and was surprised to find the book to be a page turner. Overall, the book Maxed Out was very enjoyable.

More Debt, Same Medicine - Globalization and Its Discontents by Joseph Stiglitz:
Globalization and its Discontents has now been around for ten years. In 2002 the book was published as the tech bubble burst. It was five years since the Asian financial crisis in 1997.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad - The Book That Rocked the Financial World! Rich Dad, Poor Dad - The Book That Rocked the Financial World! Reviewed by ESATRA on 5:09:00 AM Rating: 5
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