#BookReview The Women’s Simple Guide to Investing by Elinor Davison

The fun guide to money investments and management. Identifying that most female teenagers and young women have no idea about their personal finances and generating wealth, Elinor Davison is on a mission to share the basics of investing with this fun, short, easy to read and understand book with colourful pages and cute illustrations.

My Review

I LOVE this book! It’s a quick read, you can dip in and out any time, and it simplifies a process that I was never taught as a child or young adult, and I feel has impacted negatively on my financial status all my life. Now I know what I need to do, and what I am capable of doing! I’ve been toying with the idea of investing some savings recently, and while I only have a small amount available, it seems a good idea based on research I’ve done. I always believed that you had to be an investment banker or a finance professional, someone super-intelligent with a good education behind them to create this kind of passive income. But that is completely false, as I realise now I’ve reached middle-age. Anyone can invest at any time in their lives. We just need to be confident in our decisions and fully aware of the risks. If you are like me, ready to improve your finances but lacking time to add more day jobs to your repertoire, read this book and see what it inspires you to achieve.

Get the book

I received a copy of this book to review, but you can get your book here. It’s a good investment!

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