You visit your grandmother’s garden. There is an unusual tree with money instead of leaves. You get to a jewelry shop and buy a necklace made from a roll of money.
You turn into a bat. You see a bat walking in front of you and can’t move. You are walking on a sidewalk. A big bird with a red beak and green wings comes down. It pecks you. You are standing in front of the movie theater and are watching the movie “The Phantom of the Opera”. It is the famous song “All I Ask Of You”.
You have a small parrot in your pocket. It is a very talkative parrot. You go into a bar. You try to order something. The bartender doesn’t have any clue about what you want.
You are a lost ghost. You are wandering in the garden with a big basket. You try to catch a rat with a basket. You are sitting on a garden bench and a person is sitting next to you. You are a soldier. You are fighting in the war. You are watching the movie “The Great Escape”.
Money really does grow on trees and is heavily regulated by governments. Most governments around the world want a cut of the money in circulation and if they do not control the rate at which that money is circulating then they will lose control of their economies. In many countries inflation is now a thing of the past, and countries like the USA and UK have seen their currencies lose value in recent years. In other countries, like Australia and New Zealand, the currency is still largely regulated by the government, but it is worth noting that Australia has very little inflation and New Zealand’s economy is much stronger.
Money isn’t only a tool for spending, it can also be a tool for investing. This is the reason why you will sometimes see people refer to money as a “load of rubbish.” The truth is that it’s much better to invest in a high return rate of return rather than pay a low rate of return on a low return instrument.
The key point to remember is that if you are earning a lot on your money, you are likely to be spending it soon enough. This will be something that you don’t like, but you should look at it as a very positive thing. That means that you can afford to save more and invest more.
2. The world of finance is a huge and complicated place.
The world of finance is huge, complicated and, at times, completely and utterly overwhelming. This is why it is worth spending some time to understand the basics. A good place to start is to read Money, Banking and Financial Markets by Pierre-Michel Wavre and Thierry Weber. This book will give you a great introduction to the world of finance and it is relatively easy to read.
Once you’ve got your head around the basics, you can then move onto more technical books. The best place to start is probably to read A Guide to Understanding Money by Richard Ruggieri and David Johnson. This book will provide you with all the basic information you need to know, but will also expand on it in a number of other books.