The world of finance has served as the setting for a number of high-stakes plays, including Wall Street antics, mergers and acquisitions, and, of course, the recent financial recessions. There is clearly not a shortage of interesting things that may be written about in the field of finance.

Think and Grow Rich – by Napoleon Hill

This book is regarded as a timeless classic in the fields of both goal-setting and personal finance, as well as personal development. There is a good reason why it is at the top of every entrepreneur’s priority list: the easy-to-follow 13-step process to getting rich thinking and growing rich!

Rich Dad Poor Dad – by Robert Kiyosaki

The similarities between Robert Kiyosaki’s two fathers made for a simple read with a message that was crystal obvious to comprehend throughout. This book is an excellent starting point for anybody interested in learning about investing, cash flow, or how to put their money to work for them.

The Warren Buffett Way – by Robert G. Hagstrom

Do you want to learn how to invest like the guy who is now in second place for wealth in the world? In this book, Robert G. Hagstrom breaks into Warren Buffett‘s various investing techniques in detail. The tenets that are described in the second half of this book are where the majority of the book’s value lies, hence it is highly recommended that you read it.

The Science of Getting Rich – by Wallace Wattles

Because I know that The Science of Getting Rich will in some way shock you, I do not want to provide too much information about it right now. Read it, and you will discover the truth about the scientific basis of being wealthy for yourself.

The Richest Man in Babylon – by George S. Clason

Living below your means, learning how to be lucky, and never taking on debt are the three core tenets of George Clason’s approach to personal finance, all of which may be used immediately to increase one’s fortune.

Sell or Be Sold & The Closer’s Survival Guide – by Grant Cardone

When taken together, these books provide the foundation of the discussion around the topics of selling and concluding transactions. This is a topic that should be included in financial education for everyone, regardless of their line of work. The book “Sell or Be Sold” explains the rationale for making a sale and provides outstanding advice on how to handle your financial situation, and “The Closer’s Survival Guide” is an outstanding compilation of closing techniques that you can teach yourself to apply.

The Intelligent Investor – by Benjamin Graham

The “Defensive Investor” as opposed to the “Enterprising Investor,” the source of exceptional investment performance, and the “Margin of Safety” are three of the most important and helpful topics that Benjamin Graham discusses in this book.

Money Master the Game – by Tony Robbins

After conducting interviews with some of the wealthiest individuals on the planet, Tony Robbins was inspired to write this book, which has seven insightful chapters on topics such as money and investing, as well as insights from the billionaires he spoke with.