My review of Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam
This post may contain some affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure policy.
This post is related to the list of my top 7 financially inspiring books. I actually bought Andrew’s 2nd book, “The Global Expatriate’s Guide to Investing” last year, before I bought his first book, “Millionaire Teacher” this year. Because I loved his second book, I thought I should read his first publication too to see if I could learn more about wealth creation, which means I would have more money to invest when I reread his second book, “The Global Expatriate’s Guide to Investing”! Click here to read my review of it.
The author, Andrew Hallam is Canadian and a former expat teacher in Singapore. (You may remember I attended his free investment talk in Dubai and have been publicising his tour of schools in the Middle East for the last few weeks). In “Millionaire Teacher,” Hallam describes the nine rules of wealth that everyone should learn at school, but sadly don’t. He actually practises what he preaches, which meant Hallam built up a million-dollar portfolio on a Canadian teacher’s salary in his twenties. I like his realistic and practical advice and he freely admits when he may have gone too far in his frugality to save as much money as possible!
If you liked the sound of this book, you’ll enjoy my review post of “The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy. When the authors of “The Millionaire Next Door” began researching how people became rich, they found out that many of them lived well below their means, preferring to invest their money in creating wealth rather than buying flashy cars, clothes, and watches! This reinforces what Hallam advises us to do to create wealth.
You can find more of Andrew’s wisdom on his website.
You can find details of his book, “Millionaire Teacher” on Amazon:
Here are 2 videos where Andrew Hallam talks about his book, “Millionaire Teacher”: