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Book Summary: This book will put you on a path to financial security. If you learn from the examples and follow the simple but important principles enumerated, you will not be guaranteed success, but you will have a better chance at it. There are many pitfalls and traps that await many investors, but with this book, you will learn to avoid a lot of them. If you're a lot like a lot of people, you are mystified and intimidated by Wall Street. This book will provide you with the knowledge you need to have con
Book Summary: Do you think the world is going to shit? And that manners are being thrown out the window? And that common sense and common courtesy are becoming uncommon? And that you are now dealing with idiots that bit too often? You are not alone. We are all collectively treating each other worse than ever before. We talk to each other like dickheads. We drive like wankers. We leave piss on the toilet seat. We shake hands as if they’ve turned into floppy fish. We treat money as the be-all and end-all. Yann thinks this is down to us slowly losing touch with our own humanity. In other words, we care more about ourselves than the person next to us. Sure, capitalism and technology are partly to blame. But at the end of the day, if we don’t start treating each other a little better, we’re all truly fucked. There’s no way in hell we’ll be able to work together long enough to resolve the catastrophic problems coming our way. To that end, ‘don’t be stupid, idiot’ is chock full of 120+ hilarious, sweary, sarcastic, hard-hitting rants about everyday things that everyday idiots do, with quasi-serious, tongue in cheek exercises to help idiots be less idiotic. Each rant also has a QR code or link to share with that idiot of a friend who needs to read it! Rants include: Queue cutting Cancel culture Buying rounds Splitting the bill Holding the door open Ignoring reserved seating Treating pets as humans Tailgating Reclining plane seats Taking the mick Conspiracy theorists & many more! No one is innocent of being an idiot, including you. It is impossible to read this book and not realise at least one or two ways in which you’ve started to not give a shit about your fellow human. Yann hopes that, instead of being a little bitch about it, you’ll use all the reality checks you’ll receive to become a better person who is more aware of how their actions affect others. Entertainment: Guaranteed Fucks Given: Zero Legitimate Reviews “Brilliant!! But it can’t go on our best seller’s list because most of our readers are idiots” – Some shit newspaper “Bought for my idiot friend. Was a prick, still is but at least he knows it now!!” – An idiot “The perfect stupid gift for my boyfriend/husband/dad/brother!! They can be a right wanker!” – Wanker-loving idiot Get the book now, you muppet. Yann doesn’t care whether you buy it as a Secret Santa piss-take for colleagues, a really stupid gift for Christmas, a birthday present for people you don't like, for bloody Mother’s and Father’s day, or just because you like books taking the mick. Just buy the thing and start your journey towards being less of a prick. Still don’t know if ‘don’t be stupid, idiot’ is for you? If you enjoyed Mark Manson’s, ‘The subtle art of not giving a f*ck’, Laura Clery’s, ‘Idiots’, Thomas Erikson’s, ‘Surrounded by idiots’ or Karl Pilkington’s, ‘An idiot abroad’, you’ll love this! You’ll also feel right at home if you relate to the logic and pull no punches style of outspoken people like Ricky Gervais, Jeremy Clarkson, Piers Morgan and James Haskell.
Book Summary: Investing is a game. We play with real money. The game is run by people who don't care about you. They want your money. And they know people will invest stupidly if they get enough chances. You need to Think for Yourself. You can win this game, but only if you make good decisions. This is not the same advice you read everywhere else. This is for when you figure out all that commonly accepted BS doesn't work as promised. You don't really think Wall Street has changed, do you? It's your money. You don't have to do what everyone else does. Why not step away from the herd and Think For Yourself? When you're done reading this book, you will be a better investor. We give you the ability to choose your own investments and safely maximize your returns. You can make money for yourself instead of letting everyone else profit from your efforts. Going along with the herd is stupid most of the time, and especially in the world of investing. Why not step away? You are the best source for your answers. No one cares about your money more than you. Question; Do you know your risk free rate of return? Do you use it in your investment decisions? Most people are just shoveling money into things like a 401K because someone told them to do it. Don't be one of them. Use critical thinking and allocate your money to do what is best for you. Note: This book assumes you've read our companion book Don't be Stupid about Money. Understanding money from our point of view helps you make smarter investments. "Street Smart" beats theory every time. We make investing easy. There is no reason for it to be difficult. And there's no reason for you to be another victim of the herd mentality. Why not spend a couple of hours with us and make better decisions forever? You already know that's a good investment. Read now and be wealthier for the rest of your life. HGJ
Book Summary: Money can make you happy. Or not. It all depends on you.Most money decisions are bad. They're made without critical thinking. Stupid is normal these days when it comes to money. People just keep paying without thinking until the stress wears them out.Wouldn't it be better to Think For Yourself? Stop doing what everyone else does and start making better money decisions. Your money can make you happy if you know how to use it.This is not the same advice you get everywhere else. This is for when you realize all that commonly repeated BS is not what's best for you. It's your money. You don't have to do what everyone else does. Why not Think For Yourself and choose your own course? This book will give you a real world understanding of money. Some people call it "street smart". Whatever you call it, you will make better decisions because reality makes a better foundation.For example; When did qualifying for a mortgage become the guide for buying a house? That's just stupid... read our book and you'll know the reality.How about budgeting? Expense tracking sounds smart and the apps are easy to write, so you get plenty of advice to do it. But wouldn't you rather budget simply and effectively? That's how you make your life better instead of wasting time.And investing? You don't really think anyone playing at home beats Wall Street, do you? Wall Street is more profitable than ever. If you are playing their game then you are just paying their salaries. Think for Yourself and invest where you get the best real returns.Our books use critical thinking to make life better. And when you think critically about money, you get different answers from the rest of the herd.We Simplify and we keep it fun. Money is just another tool we use to live. Once you understand it, money is just another hammer in the toolbox.Why not spend a couple of hours with us and be wealthier for the rest of your life? You already know that's a good investment. Read now and be smarter with your money forever. HGJ
Book Summary: Everyone would like to get rich quick. Scams abound and the stock market can make or break the bank. However, there is a fortune to be made provided investors have a good game plan. Written by investment expert David Rye, this book shows investors how to avoid the common mistakes and pitfalls of investing in today's stock market. Serious and first time investors alike will benefit from the wealth of advice contained in these pages. The author provides step-by-step strategies readers can follow on a consistent basis to achieve maximum returns. Readers will learn how to set solid financial goals, draw up an investment plan and find success in the stock market. Packed with valuable insights on principle and practices, explanations of buzzwords and as well as definitions of investment terms, 25 Stupid Mistakes You Don't Want to Make in the Stock Market is essential reading for anyone investing in the stock market.
Book Summary: Shortly after taking office in 1993, President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore called for a shift in American technology policy toward an expansion of public investments in partnerships with private industry. The authors of this volume were invited by the Clinton administration to take a hard, nonpartisan look at how successful the new policies have been and to propose ways to make their programs more effective. The first summary report of the team's recommendations was called the "hottest technology policy property on Capitol Hill."This book, an expansion of that report, offers a new set of technology policy principles. The authors use the principles to evaluate many federal research programs and to make recommendations for change. This volume will set the terms of the debate over the national research and innovation policy for years to come.
Book Summary: “[A] merciless but often humorous look at the shortcomings of American politics” by the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of Parliament of Whores (Booklist). Don’t Vote: It Just Encourages the Bastards is a brilliant, disturbing, hilarious, and sobering look at why politics and politicians are a necessary evil—but only just barely necessary. Read P. J. O’Rourke on the pathetic nature of our attempts to govern ourselves and laugh through your tears or—what the hell—just laugh. “Whether readers agree with O’Rourke’s politics or not, his style is funny, cutting, and insightful.” —Booklist “P. J. O’Rourke is like S. J. Perelman on acid.” —Christopher Buckley “The funniest writer in America.” —The Wall Street Journal