Is it possible to become a millionaire, on a teacher’s salary? Teacher and author Andrew Hallam seems to think so, and he shares his lessons in his upcoming book “Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School“.
I have always enjoyed reading Andrew’s personal finance and investing advice on his site, andrewhallam.com, and he is also one of Invest It Wisely’s earliest commentators and visitors! Andrew has a remarkable ability to take a complex subject and break it down into the most important points, in a way which anyone can understand and learn from; he is a natural teacher.
His new book has already received positive feedback from well-known voices in personal finance and investing:
Do you spend too much and save too little? Do you wonder why your investments always seem to roll behind the eight ball? In clear, compelling, and highly entertaining prose Andrew Hallam will explain to you exactly why, and what to do about it. And if you’re a non-US resident, there’s an added bonus: strategies for long-suffering Canadian, Australian, and Singaporean investors that can easily be applied to other nationalities as well.
- William Bernstein, author of “The Investor’s Manifesto”
Andrew Hallam has distilled the timeless lessons for investing into nine easy to understand and easy to follow rules. The newbie investor will not find a better guide than Millionaire Teacher.
- Burton Malkiel, author of “A Random Walk Down Wall Street”
The book is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.com at 30% off! I’m looking forward to the book, and hope that it steers more investors away from the sharks swimming in the waters, and towards their dreams.
As a special bonus to my readers, I will pre-order one gift copy to be given away! Let me know about your financial dreams and goals in the comments section below, and you’ll be automatically entered to win. The giveaway closes on June 26th, 2011.