Unshakeable by Tony Robbins – Book Review.

I didn’t have a clue about stocks. I now do. A recession is coming. It will affect millions. In a negative way. What if that wasn’t a negative? Tony Robbins is here to help you out with it.

I didn’t know much about stocks. I certainly didn’t assume that there are so many hidden fees. Most people will go into the stock market without realizing that, and while it might look like they are gaining, if you add up all of the fees, they are actually more often than not losing or making very little profit. Unshakable unmasks all of these fees.

This isn’t a book that has 10 pages of information and fills the rest with nonsense. Now, not to say that this book is overcomplicated either. It’s balanced just right.

It teaches about stocks and slightly about Tony himself. Storytelling is used so effectively in this book. Tony, for instance, mentioned that he had or rather still has a tumor in his brain. The first doctor told him to get an operation. That had major risks. The second option was to inject a drug that was being tested. It would happen twice a year. This advice was given by one of the best. Later it turned out that drug was not safe. If Tony didn’t look at all possible solutions, he could have died. He instead decided to not do anything as in his case the tumor didn’t seem to have any negative effects. Tony explains that even the best people can bias, like for instance with that injection. We also learn that we should look at all possible solutions when in fear instead of just taking the first one thrown at us.

If you’ve never dealt with stocks and want to start doing so, this book is for you. If you are not interested in stocks, this book will not be of any help. If you read it though, you would more than likely reconsider that choice.

My only problem with this book? It isn’t a problem for most, and if yo are smart you can do your own research to solve it, but this book is based around American services. Around the American legal system. And that’s fine. Perfectly fine. Just not great for readers outside of the US.

This book also made me realize that the US isn’t the greatest to live in when it comes to taxes.

Quote of the Book:

“Today’s winners are almsot always tomorrow’s losers.”

Tony donates 100% of the profits made from this book.

My rating? 9/10. Get it here: http://amzn.to/2qlChwz

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