I’ve got several book reviews I plan to post up soon, so I’ve been feeling the need to come up with some sort of book rating system. I tried to think of something creative, but I stuck to a boring but simple 4-star system.
– Disappointing, don’t bother reading it.
– Some useful info, but not really worth the time reading it.
– The time and money spent reading it was worth it.
– I would recommend everyone to read this book, it is a permanent part of my library.
Please remember that all these reviews are my own personal opinion. I don’t expect everyone else to agree. I have my biases, which if you read my blog you’ll know. Anyhow, here are my retroactive ratings for previously reviewed books (click for my more detailed review):
A Random Walk Down Walk Street –
The Four Pillars of Investing –
Common Sense on Mutual Funds –
Rich Dad, Poor Dad –
The Richest Man in Babylon –
Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing –
The Informed Investor – if you’ve already read Random Walk and Four Pillars above, otherwise
Free Gulliver – Six Swift Lessons in Life Planning –
The Automatic Millionaire –
The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke –
eBay Millionaire: Titanium PowerSeller Secrets –
By Jonathan Ping | Book Reviews | 1/3/06, 2:10am