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Trading Justice Book Club for July 13: The Death of Money

June 16, 2016

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July’s book is The Death of Money, by James Rickard. You can find it on Amazon right here, or check your local library.

We’ll be doing a live audience podcast on July 13 at 7 PM ET to discuss the book and will send out a link to all prior to the book review.  Give it a read, and come ready to discuss the book!


Once a month members of Tackle Trading can participate in the Tackle Trading Book Club (Think Oprah but much cooler, life changing, and actually can help us improve our lives and make some money).  The Tackle Trading Book Club will be monitored by Garrett Holden.  Each month we will select 1-2 books to read and review at the end of the month through an online webinar.  There will be books of many different topics including mindset, trading, options, technical analysis, economic.  Our desire at Tackle is to make the most intelligent and informed traders of all time and we are all prepared to put the time and effort in to accomplish this goal.

Here is a list of the initial books recommended by Tackle Trading:

Introductory Books
• 401kaos: Andy Tanner
• How to Make Money in Stocks: William O’Neil
• New Market Wizards: Jack Schwager
• Money Mastery: Tony Robbins
• The Intelligent Investor: Benjamin Graham
• The Little Book of Common Sense Investing: John Bogle

Mindset Books
• Think and Grow Rich: Napoleon Hill
• Richest Man in Babylon: George S Clason
• Richdad PoorDad: Robert Kiyosaki
• Trading in the Zone: Mark Douglas
• Trade your way to Financial Freedom: Van Tharp
• Start with Why: Simon Sinek

Technical Books
• Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques: Steve Nison
• Elliott Wave Principle: Frost Prechter
• Technical Analysis A – Z: Stephen Achelis

• Death of Money: James Rickards
• Currency Wars: James Rickards
• Creature from Jekyll Island: Edward Griffin

• Wealth of Nations: Adam Smith
• Atlas Shrugged: Ayn Rand
• Capital: Karl Marx
• The General Theory of Employment, Interest, & Money: John Maynard Keynes
• Individualism and Economic Order: Friedrich Hayek
• Intermarket Analysis: John Murphy

• Options Made Easy: Guy Cohen


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19 Replies to “Trading Justice Book Club for July 13: The Death of Money”

  1. rolandc says:

    Thanks for the list and looking forward to the book club meeting.

  2. Justin (Australia) says:

    Fantastic guys,

    Soooo looking forward to this.
    The books I’ve been enjoying recently are Audible & Scribd books as I have subscriptions to both of these. With Audible its great as I can listen and reviw in the car also.
    I believe the first book title is actually “Start with Why”.

    For the Richest man in Babylon Ive just found this on audible


    Happy Reading or Listening.lol
    Catch U all soon.

  3. Whitney Stalder says:

    Great idea!
    Book idea: As a Man Thinkth

  4. ranki107342 says:

    I am so excited for this!!!

  5. Mario Gutierrez says:

    This is a great idea

  6. CaesarChou says:

    Thank you for the list, Coach Matt!!

    Can’t wait to read one of these.

  7. John says:

    With such busy lives (working a fulltime job, social aspects, exercising, hobbies, tackle trading, etc.) I cannot endorse audible enough. I can read 5X books I’d ever be able to manage to without it. You start adding the audio books to normally repetitive boring tasks. My favorites are commutes, laundry, mowing, cooking, and certain times during work. In my opinion why not learn during these repetitive tasks. It really makes accomplish more and be more efficient.

    It is really ironic The Richest Man in Babylon is the book you guys choose for the first month because that was the first Book I got with Audible when I started my subscription (which I couldn’t recommend the book more).

    Some of my favorites not on the list:

    Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon Hill
    7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey
    Millionaire Mind BY Thomas Stanley
    The Magic of Thinking Big By David Schwartz

    Interpersonal Relations (no point in being financially independent unless you have awesome friends and family to spend all your time with!):
    How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

    How the Economy Grows and Why it Crashes by Peter Schiff

  8. DOUGCONNORS says:

    Of the books listed, I would have to say my favorites are:
    • Think and Grow Rich: Napoleon Hill
    • How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
    • RichDad PoorDad: Robert Kiyosaki
    • 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey
    • Money Mastery: Tony Robbins
    All are easy to read, interesting & provide an insightful perspective on slightly different topics.

    • Death of Money: James Rickards – I have read this but really am not impressed.

    • Atlas Shrugged: Ayn Rand is the most interesting in the economic category whereas Adams, Marx & Keyes are definitely a much tougher read.

    My obvious weakness is the technical books since I have not read any of those listed, so I am looking forward to the discussion concerning those books.

    I would also like to suggest Malcolm Gladwell’s Blink or The Tipping Point for an insightful perspective on how we think and how the market reacts based on events (without even talking specifically about the market). For those of you that like audio, I suggest Earl Nightingale’s Lead the Field. It’s a true classic much like Hill and Carnegie.

    Great idea guys!

  9. Thomas Hammonds says:

    I am pretty excited about this book club idea! Count me in.

  10. ThomasFlohr says:

    Book Club sounds great I do Audible/CD. Being a truck driver I listen to them all many times. This list will Help my searches.
    I’ll check my list and add soon.

  11. KerenClark says:

    Thanks for the list. I’m always searching for a new book to read.

  12. RENARadich says:

    Awww cool Matt…!!

    so glad you took the idea and created it!!!!

    very rich!

    PS: glad to have met and chatted w/you
    and your mentee’s at my
    recent mentor-ship in SLC with Noah…

    Happy to be on-board with Team TT’g!

    budding Trader…
    cleverly disguised
    as farm-girl in her Spring-rubber-boots…

  13. FrancesK says:

    Great idea! I also love Audible, and use it during commuting, and when doing mundane tasks. My son and I enjoy various books commuting to school and classes. The first “Richest Man in Babylon” in the list Justin provided is $2.73 (and less if you’re an Audible member), I don’t even have to use my credit for it! Am enjoying it right now.

  14. Sandeep Kaur says:

    When is the book club podcast? Am I missing the dates?

  15. FrancesK says:

    Sandeep, the book club is at theTrading Justice website.

  16. FrancesK says:

    I recommend this book. It’s on my list to read/listen.

    “The Making of Modern Economics: The Lives and Ideas of the Great Thinkers”
    by Mark Skousen. It introduces the history of major economics ideas in a readable fashion without too much technical details.
    For anyone who is interested in learning more about the science of economics.

    Just listened to him today and he’s an interesting, outspoken, and witty speaker. I expect his book will be similar.

  17. Teresa Christen says:

    Great, readable books

    Naked Economics:
    Undressing the Dismal Science
    By Wheelan, Charles J.

    He also wrote Naked Money.

  18. LukeBrueggemann says:

    Awesome! I am looking forward to it! will try to make it to the live podcast!

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