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Farrell, Paul B. The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing: a Book for Procrastinators, the Financially Challenged, and Everyone Who Worries about Dealing with Their Money. Warner, 2006.

For a while I have been wanting to get into investing because it is the key to saving for retirement and accumulating wealth. Like a moron though, I thought stocks were the only way to make money from investing. Individual stocks are very stressful and require a constant amount of monitoring. Not to mention the fact that it is very difficult to make money from them (as no one can really predict the stock market). Combine this knowledge with my inherent laziness and you can probably guess I never got started. But when I saw a book on the shelf of a thrift store that was basically called: Investing for Lazy people, I knew I had found my guide. The book goes over a ton of funds and investing strategies in language that a noob (like me) can understand. It’s light-hearted tone and short sections for each topic keep the book interesting even though it is about stereotypically boring material. I would recommend it to anyone young or old who wants to start investing. Just don’t buy it from a thrift store like I did so you won’t have to take a break every 15 minutes from coughing up dust. You can get it on amazon (like a normal person) here: https://www.amazon.com/Lazy-Persons-Guide-Investing-Procrastinators/dp/0446531685

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