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Summary

The audiobook addresses many of the challenges facing stock market investors and the ways many investors use the stock market to achieve their financial and investing goals. The audiobook teaches the principles of the author's "four pillars of stock market income" and effectively simplifies these concepts to help investors harness their power and potential.

Stock Market Cash Flow also includes valuable discussion on where paper assets fit (and don't fit) in the context of Rich Dad principles and its place among the other assets classes: real estate, business, and commodities. The audiobook concludes with individual action plans that support the goals of the individual investor.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 

©2014 Andy Tanner (P)2018 Hachette Audio

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A Must Read

Had this book for ages and now I'm sorry I did not read it earlier. Will be starting you other book soon..!!
Thank You Andy

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Great intro on how to cashflow from equities

loved it easy simple and great start to a education journey. Andy breaks down a complex subject into easy sections using analogies that a beginner can understand providing very strong foundation for furthering your education but he even said himself do not start until you have continued your education beyond this book which is also offered.

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Eye opener.

Very informative and I have learnt a lot. I am very exited to learn more after listening to this book.

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Good in depth introduction.

This is not a how-to book. After this, I want to start a proper training programme and then demo trade.
Loved it.

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  • 31-07-18

Need to have more focus on cashflow from stocks

Too thin, Too much promo of richdad advicers, not enough info about how to earn cashflow from stocks

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-02-21

Ground zero

First 3 chapters are repetitive irrelevant sports analogies. The actual substance comes in the second half of chapter 5. Only read if you are starting at ground 0, otherwise you are well ahead of this book.

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  • Lynann Meibos
  • 26-12-20

Excellent Financial Education Book!

This is a great book for increasing your financial education. Andy Turner does a great job teaching the fundamentals by showing that good fundamentals lead to good game play.

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  • ZeroSugar
  • 08-03-20

helped so much

finally some explanation of all these terms and strategies in one place-great beginners text

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  • Scarlett D. Raven
  • 21-09-19

Very Informative book

im not ignorant now, the goal is to be proficient from here on out thanks to this book.

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  • Jermaine Brown
  • 20-09-18

Very Good Book

A very good book to learn about trading in the markets. Though I disagree with a particular real estate example from the book, overall it’s good

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  • alan patke
  • 22-11-21

Got me asking some questions.

More of an intro to the thought of investing. some examples closer to the end.

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  • 10-10-21

This is where you actually get started

This book is simple enough to understand and get started but complex enough that you are not bored out of your mind. I enjoyed hearing the author speak and wished there was even more at the end.

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  • 19-05-21

Decent, taught some aspects of stock market, but felt like half the book was filler

Like I said above, felt like have the book was filler. Maybe would have been better if I hadn’t already read many of the rich dad series, but you start to hear some reaching themes that take up like 1/3 to 1/2 of a lot of these books. It’s the second half where they teach you some aspect of why you are reading the book.

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  • bryanj4
  • 19-05-21

Best book on the stock market I have ever read

Andy is very relatable and simplifies complex topics into easy concepts even I can understand