Quit Like a Millionaire: No Gimmicks, Luck, or Trust Fund Required

September 16, 2019 - Comment

From two leaders of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement, a bold, contrarian guide to retiring at any age, with a reproducible formula to financial independence A bull***t-free guide to growing your wealth, retiring early, and living life on your own terms Kristy Shen retired with a million dollars at the age of thirty-one,

From two leaders of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement, a bold, contrarian guide to retiring at any age, with a reproducible formula to financial independence

A bull***t-free guide to growing your wealth, retiring early, and living life on your own terms

Kristy Shen retired with a million dollars at the age of thirty-one, and she did it without hitting a home run on the stock market, starting the next Snapchat in her garage, or investing in hot real estate. Learn how to cut down on spending without decreasing your quality of life, build a million-dollar portfolio, fortify your investments to survive bear markets and black-swan events, and use the 4 percent rule and the Yield Shield–so you can quit the rat race forever. Not everyone can become an entrepreneur or a real estate baron; the rest of us need Shen’s mathematically proven approach to retire decades before sixty-five.

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Anonymous says:

Great advice if you’re a DINK w/ a good job Quit Like A Millionaire is basically the life and financial journey of Kristy Shen from near poverty in China to financial independence as a 30-something world traveler. In the book, Kristy (and Bryce?) lays out the path she took to go from poverty to a millionaire, and she believes that you too can follow her formula for financial success and independence.What is her secret? She and Bryce are DINKs (Dual-Income, No Kids) who went to prestigious schools (and graduated w/o college…

Anonymous says:

Like it but…. This book has some really cool ideas. I learned some interesting things. I read almost all personal finance books and love to read them. This was a good read overall. The reason I gave it 3 stars was because of the constant use of crass language and swearing peppered throughout the book. Just never stops. I found this to be very annoying and completely unnecessary.

Anonymous says:

A great focus on practical tips wrapped in a cool story I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of Quit Like a Millionaire and wow, what a great book! The personal finance arena is full of snake oil, unrealistic promises, and hype. This book is pretty much the opposite of that–practical tips along with the story of Kristy’s life.Personal finance has been a hobby of mine for over a decade, so really appreciated finding the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. (It isn’t the best acronym … retirement isn’t required,…

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