Posts mean prizes! Win a free investment book!

We’re all about using the power of digital technology to help you invest.

But when it comes to learning about investment, there’s also a lot to be said for a good book.

That’s why we’re launching a regular prize draw to win our favourite investment books.

All you have to do to be in with a chance to win is post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn by 10am next Friday (full Ts&Cs here).

This week’s book prize is an absolute classic….

A Random Walk Down Wall Street: The Time-Tested Strategy for Successful Investing
by Burton G Malkiel

Better still, it was nominated by InvestEngine founder (our boss :wink:) Simon Crookall….

“A Random Walk Down Wall Street is a classic….Written by American economist, Burton Malkiel, the book provides an excellent foundation to long-term investing and why markets react the way they do — long established as the must-read book before starting your portfolio”

Good luck, feel free to let us know what book you would you like to see next!

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The Long and the Short if it by John Kay (a Brit economist who regularly writes for the FT - but don’t let that put you off)

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Thank you

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The Lords of Easy Money by Christopher Leonard

I’m trying to comprehend what a decade of quantitative easing has meant for the equity market…

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Two great books come to mind -

Happy Money by Ken Honda and The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham!

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Bulls, Bears and Other Beasts by Santosh Nair.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s giveaway by posting, liking and sharing.

If you are reading this and haven’t won… don’t be disappointed, as this week’s giveaway is a good one!

It’s: ‘John Bogle on Investing; The first 50 years’, written by the founder of one of our favourite ETF providers, Vanguard.

All you have to do to be in with a chance to win is post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Instagram or Linkedin.

(Full Ts&Cs here).

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Maybe a good book for next week competition, which goes well with this weeks is The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John Bogle

Thank you

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Your money or your life by Vicki Robin

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The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins.
JL is a great guy to listen to.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in our latest giveaway and congratulations to our winner!

Get ready for this week’s giveaway, as it is a must-read!

Ahead of International Women’s Day, we’ve gone for one of the leading women in finance. This week’s author is Anne Boden, founder of Starling Bank, and her book: ‘Banking On It: How I Disrupted an Industry and Changed the Way We Manage our Money Forever’. All you have to do to be in with a chance to win her book, is post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin or Facebook.

(Full Ts&Cs here).

Best of luck, and keep on sharing your favourite books and authors with us!

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How to own the world by Andrew Craig

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This week’s giveaway is one of our CEO’s favourite books: ‘The Gone Fishin′ Portfolio: Get Wise, Get Wealthy…and Get on With Your Life’, written by Chief Investment Strategist for The Oxford Club and Wall Street veteran, Alexander Green.

“Based on an investment strategy that won a Nobel Prize in economics, The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, details an effective yet simple approach to investing that embraces the uncertainty of financial markets.”

All you have to do to be in with a chance to win his book, is post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin or Facebook.

(Full Ts&Cs here).

Best of luck, and continue to share your favourite books with us!

One of my favourite books is [The Debt Generation](The Debt Generation The Debt Generation: Amazon.co.uk: David Malone, Mark Tanner: 9780956690203: Books) which isnt so much about investing but the economy overall and the 2008 financial crisis.

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Looks interesting.

Narconomics by Tom Wainwright is an interesting read

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Not heard of this one, sounds interesting

Listened to the audiobook. Absolutely fantastic.

This week’s giveaway is an absolute classic, which has been read by most of the InvestEngine team: ‘The psychology of money’, written by a partner at The Collaborative fund and former columnist at The Motley Food and The Wall Street Journal, Morgan Housel.

To be in with a chance to win his book, is post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram or Facebook

(Full Ts&Cs here).

Best of luck, and continue to share your favourite books with us!

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This week, we’re going back to our favourite topic, the mighty ETF, by giving you the chance to win: ‘The ETF Book: All You Need to Know About Exchange-Traded Funds, Updated Edition’, by Richard Ferri.

“Rick Ferri has put together a gem of a book on ETFs—and that is remarkable, because he was shooting at a moving target. It’s hard to imagine a more thoughtful—and useful —overview of the exchange-traded product market. He’s got it all here: what they are, how they’re different, what they can do, and best of all, how to use them.”

To win, you have until 10am, Friday 8th April, to post a comment below OR share/like our related book post on Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram or Facebook.

(Full Ts&Cs here).

Best of luck, and continue to share your favourite books with us!

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The Idle Investor by Edmund Shing looks interesting.

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