Just Keep Buying By Nick Maggiulli
Book/Novel Author: Nick Maggiulli
Book/Novel Title: Just Keep Buying
Everyone faces big questions when it comes to money: questions about saving, investing, and whether you’re getting it right with your finances.Unfortunately, many of the answers provided by the financial industry have been based on belief and conjecture rather than data and evidence—until now.In Just Keep Buying, hugely popular finance blogger Nick Maggiulli crunches the numbers to answer the biggest questions in personal finance and investing, while providing you with proven ways to build your wealth right away.You will learn why you need to save less than you think; why saving up cash to buy market dips isn’t a good idea; how to survive (and thrive) during a market crash; and much more. By following the strategies revealed here, you can act smarter and live richer each and every day. It’s time to take the next step in your wealth-building journey. It’s time to Just Keep Buying.
I’ve been a reader of Nick’s blog for a long time. Loved this book — its a quick and great read for anyone wanting to learn more about personal finance. Now in my top set of books I recommend to others wanting to learn more about this topic.
As a long time blog follower of Nicks, I was so excited to read this book. His data driven posts have helped me tremendously as an investor and general human being. I’d put him up there with Morgan Housel in writing style and ease of explaining many difficult topics. He may just convert me to an etf person yet.
The author does a great job of taking important, complex information, breaking it down, and forming actionable principles off of that data. Moreover, the author does a great job or anticipating objections against his position. This book is a must read for any investor and one you will want to revisit.
I have no idea how this book is a best seller. It’s like the author read some books on Saving/investing topics and then wrote his own book copying their ideas with no real experience or authentic ideas or knowledge.Using his Reddit reading foolish friend who “invested” in GameStop as an argument against investing in individual equities is silly. No knowledgeable investor would do that. Read Morgan Housel’s The Psychology of Money instead. Seriously!