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Have you been looking for an exciting read? Here are a few free Kindle books that can help you rekindle your love of reading and help you manage your finances.

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1. How to Day Trade for a Living: A Beginner's Guide to Trading Tools and Tactics, Money Management, Discipline and Trading Psychology Ad

Andrew Aziz gives beginner traders an understanding of where and how to start, what to expect, and how to develop a trading strategy. However, simply reading this book will not make you a profitable trader. Profit in trading does not come with reading a book or two or browsing online. It comes with practice, the right tools and software, and appropriate ongoing education.

2. DeFi (Decentralized Finance): The Future of Finance Evolution Explained and the Complete Guide for Investing in Crypto & Digital Assets Ad

In DeFi, you'll discover a deeper look into the defining characteristics of Decentralized Finance. It includes a broad overview of decentralization as a concept to understand why the world is changing the way it is. You'll also discover where cryptocurrencies and these new financial assets come into play and why DeFi is the future of global finance.

3. The Beginner's Guide to Investing & Wealth Building: Understanding Emergency Funds; Life, Disability, Umbrella Insurance; & How They Work Along with Stocks, Mutual Funds, & Real Estate Investments Ad

The beginner's guide is an excellent book to read if you want to start investing. The tactics included are simple, actionable, and written by investors. The first step is to get all your financial goals in order and written down into a simple financial plan. 

4. Entrepreneur Mindsets and Habits: To Gain Financial Freedom and Live Your Dreams Ad

This book is excellent if you are looking to start your own business. Not just a side hustle, but a fully functioning business. James Moore discusses ways to adjust your mindset using the top mindsets for success. He also details why having a great mentor can help you scale your business and ultimately enable you to live the financially free life of your dreams. 

5. Beginner's Guide to Minding Your Money: Simple Strategies to Take Control of Your Money to Create the Life You Want Ad

Patricia Stallworth's guide to minding your money provides you with simple strategies for managing your money. It also provides the necessary steps to design the life you want and create a workable plan to get there while eliminating the common mistakes that can stop you from turning your goals and dreams into reality.
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6. Entrepreneur: Entrepreneur Mind sets and Habits to Live Your Dreams Ad

Ready, set, develop an entrepreneur mindset. John and Daniel can help you prepare to get started as an entrepreneur. There are 5 habits of highly effective entrepreneurs, and to establish these habits, it's essential to develop a positive business mindset. In this book, you'll learn how to take your dream to the next level and start to create the financially free life you deserve. 

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7. Your Money Made Simple: The Key to Financial Freedom Ad

Your Money Made Simple is a straightforward guide on how you can create your path to financial freedom and independence. Russ provides easy-to-use financial tools and charts that can help you understand how to manage your income and budget to build wealth. It's time to eliminate the mystery of money management and reduce the uncertainty of your financial future. 


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