These best selling Audible business books on personal finance and investing, are great for those looking for help with money management or guidance on how to invest in stocks and shares. Who knows, these books might even help you to become the next Warren Buffet!

1. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki has created a well established financial education business centred around his pivotal book Rich Dad Poor Dad. The book advocates how financial education needs to be properly taught to kids based on his own experiences. Kiyosaki does this by highlighting the difference between the teachings of a rich dad and a poor dad. His philosophies have helped thousands of people around the world to achieve their financial goals.

2. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

Benjamin Graham is seen as one of the best investment advisors of the 20th century. In The Intelligent Investor, he teaches investors how to develop lucrative long-term strategies based on the idea of ‘value investing’. Don’t focus your efforts on diversification, focus instead of companies that really bring value.

3. Principles by Ray Dalio

To say Ray Dalio is a successful investor and entrepreneur is an understatement. He founded one of America’s leading hedge funds and was named one of the world’s most influential people. He’s a pretty big deal. In Principles, Dalio shares the mantras, concepts and techniques he’s perfected from over 40 years of trading.

4. The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

Yet again hitting the Audible business books best sellers list is The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss. The fact that the book is the best selling Audible commerce & economy book and one of the best selling Audible career books, highlights the book’s accessibility and usefulness. If you’re looking to open your mind towards the idea of remote working and business ownership, this is the book for you.

5. The Trick by William Leith

The Trick is an interesting investigation into why some people have money and others don’t. William Leith travelled around the world meeting the mega-rich in order to try and determine what sets apart the wealthy from everyone else.

6. The Naked Trader: How Anyone Can Make Money Trading Shares by Robbie Burns

Perfect for anyone looking at getting into stock trading but not knowing the the first step to take, The Naked Trader by Robbie Burns provides stock market advice for beginners. Written in simple English without any confusing jargon, this popular book is now on its fifth edition which demonstrates its popularity.

7. Trading In The Zone by Mark Douglas

In Trading In The Zone, author Mark Douglas teaches traders how to overcome their, sometimes costly, bad habits. By highlighting market myths and focussing on the differences between random outcomes and measurable probabilities, Douglas hopes to help you make more money from your investments.

8. The Complete Guide To Property Investment by Rob Dix

Property expert Rob Dix shares everything you need to know to get started in the property investment game in his tome The Complete Guide To Property Investment. With up-to-date revisions for 2020, learn how to build a viable investment strategy, how to finance your investments, how to source and manage them and a whole lot more. If you’re looking to get into the property market, this book is for you.

9. I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi

Wealth Wizard Ramit Sethi made headlines with the original release of his I Will Teach You To Be Rich and his second revised edition is causing the same stir. The book advertises a six week programme that transforms your money habits and helps you to overcome debt, take advantage of easy investments and put you on the path to financial freedom.

10. The Warren Buffet Way by Robert Hogstrom

With the objective of highlighting how one of the world’s greatest investors made their riches through investing, The Warren Buffet Way helps would-be investors to improve their game. By emulating financial guru Warren Buffet, Robert Hogstrom believes you can think like a long term investor, overcome loss aversion, behave rationally in the face of risk and so much more.

So there you have it, a detailed list of the best selling Audible personal finance & investing books. Which of these have you read? And which of these do you want to read? Let us know in the comments!

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*Books correct as of time of writing.