Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

This is any easy read that is entertaining and challenges much of what is considered conventional thinking. I don’t agree with everything Mr. Kiyosaki advocates. That’s not the point – to copy him. the point of any input we get is to broaden our knowledge and viewpoint.

Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom by Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant is a guide to financial freedom. It’s the second book in the Rich Dad Series and reveals how some people work less, earn more, pay less in taxes, and learn to become financially free.

CashFlow 101 Board Game

This is a great board game that helps wrap your mind around the principle and theories talked about in the Kiyosaki books.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad — Coaching Workbook

This is a book published by My giddy Aunt to help a person maximize their understanding and application of Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

The Millionaire Mind, The Millionaire Next Door and Millionaire Women Next Door by Dr. Thomas J. Stanley

This series of books is a study of how the true wealthy people live. Not the Kim Kardashians and Paris Hiltons, but the Real self made wealthy. It’s a great and entertaining read that will readjust your perception of wealth.

God in the Pits by Mark Ritchie

This is a great book about how the Ritchie brothers developed their own commodities trading method in the 1970’s.

Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders,

The New Market Wizards: Conversations with America’s Top Traders,

Stock Market Wizards: Interviews with America’s Top Stock Traders,

Hedge Fund Market Wizards: How Winning Traders Win

Unknown Market Wizards: The best traders you’ve never heard of

all by Jack Schwager

This is a series of 5 books of interviews with some of the best traders in the world. These are very fun books that give you a whole new perspective of traders.

Liars Poker by Michael Lewis

More stories about traders and trading.

When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead

Great stories of great deal making. I encourage you to get the audio book since it’s actually read by the author and real feels like he’s just telling you the stories of his life over coffee.