Recommended Reading

Investing

Stop Working: Here’s How You Can.
Derek Foster’s series of books is one of the first investing books I read. I was index investing with TD e-series funds at the time I read this book, so it made a significant impact on me. It’s safe to say that it was the driving force behind my obsession with dividend paying stocks. I wrote a book review for Stop Working, check it out!

The Lazy Investor

Money for Nothing: And Your Stocks for Free

Stop Working Too: You Still Can!
In this follow up book to Stop Working, Derek Foster focuses on ideas to enable you to stop working. This is his “how you can” vs his previous book, which was more “here’s what I did”. Read about my thoughts on this book in by Stop Working Too book review.

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing: The Only Way to Guarantee Your Fair Share of Stock Market Returns.

Buffettology

The Warren Buffet Way

Beating the Street

All About Dividend Investing

The Ultimate Dividend Playbook

Get Rich Carefully

Personal Finance

I Will Teach You To Be Rich.

Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money – That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

The Wealthy Barber: The Common Sense Guide to Successful Financial Planning

Essential Tax Facts: How to Make and Save More Money

Real Estate

The Real Estate Retirement Plan: An Investment and Lifestyle Solution for Canadians.
Real estate investing is something that has been on my mind for some time. Owning income property as a form of passive income really appeals to me. This book on real estate investing for Canadians primarily focuses on using leverage through built up equity in your primary residence and using it to purchase a rental property.

97 Tips For Canadian Real Estate Investors.

Building Wealth One House at a Time second edition by Hohn W. Schaub

Business

Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable.

Make Sure It’s Deductible: Little-known Tax Tips for Your Canadian Small Business

The 4 Hour Work Week

80 / 20 Sales and Marketing by Perry Marshall