i’d actually recommend getting his recorded version, hearing him talk is very valuable as well and he makes it entertaining[/quote]
I got the audiobook from the library and agree that he does a terrific job, but I’ll be buying a printed copy as it’s nice to have something solid and easy to refer back to. When you purchase the recorded version, does it come with any printed material like reference sheets or summaries of the principles?
Dave is not well known here in Australia but his message is definately needed here. I think his religeous views would be a barrier to Australians accepting him as legit though.[/quote]
Anyone who doesn’t take good advice because of the religious views of the source deserves whatever happens to them. It’s personal finance, what does his religion matter at all, other than he advocates giving to charity?
[quote]California Law wrote:
Good grief. The guy focuses on personal finance issues.
That’s way different from macroeconomics. Not even in the same stadium.
He has no qualifications to speak to the bailout issue. [/quote]
Similar to above, if the plan is solid, why does it matter what his primary business focus is?