Monday, October 5, 2020

Plant Your Money Tree Book Review & Book Tour Giveaway

This morning, I have a financial self help book in our book review feature!  Check out Plant Your Money Tree, read my thoughts on this book & learn about the author.  Be sure to enter for a chance to win a prize in the book tour giveaway at the end of this post.

Book Title:  Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth by Michele Schneider
CategoryAdult Non-Fiction (18+) ,  272 pages
Genre: Personal Finance, Stock Investing, Retirement
PublisherRowman & Littlefield Publishers
Release date:   May 8, 2019
Content Rating:  This non-fiction, self-help book is rated G.

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About the Book
Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth was named 'Best New Wealth Books' by BookAuthority. On Amazon, it enjoyed the #1 New Release spot in three Amazon categories: Introduction to Investing, Business & Finance, and Retirement Planning.
Plant Your Money Tree offers readers a strategic and actionable way to look at their financial life with a completely new attitude of confidence, empowering them to make smart decisions regarding:
  • What to do with their money
  • How to grow their money
  • When to make smart personal choices such as changing careers, guiding their kid's education, expanding their business, buying a house, putting money in a savings account, capitalizing on social trends and investing in the future
  • How to manage their existing portfolios and 401Ks

In clear and accessible language, Mish Schneider walks the reader through the six most essential sectors of the U.S. economy as seen through six market phases ---bullish, caution, distribution, bearish, recuperation, and accumulation. She illustrates how to easily recognize these phases, understand their interrelationships and explains to readers why they should care. Using a personal and conversational tone, Mish's goal is to help anyone who believes the topic of the economy and growing wealth is beyond their comprehension by giving them the tools to make independent, informed decisions about their money. With that knowledge, readers will gain insight plus have practical, smart options for what to do with their finances.

Mish holds the readers' hands every step of the way with her welcoming and easy to understand language. Schneider does not endorse passive or buy-and-hold type investing. Rather, she teaches readers an evergreen methodology that adapts to every market scenario.

My Review

Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth Gives Readers a Valuable Resource.  Financial planning and investments are intimidating to many of us. My husband has a finance and economics background--so, I have tended to leave most of our financial planning responsibility to him. In recent years, however, I have realized that I should be/should have been more interested in learning more about the world of investing and financial markets. This book is a valuable resource to those new to the subject or those seeking to learn more. Written in a well structured, simple, easy to follow format--the book presents valuable information that can be used again and again as a financial planning resource.


Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth is easy to follow and easy to understand. The author does an excellent job breaking down some very complex topics into easy to understand chapters--with information that readers will be able to use and apply to their own lives and situations. While the book does not provide everything a reader needs to know about financial planning--the author offers a very well-drawn view that is relevant, easy to apply, and gives readers a launching point for further learning on the subject. 


Would I Recommend Plant Your Money Tree by Michele Schneider? For readers seeking to learn about financial investing and planning--this book offers a lot of information presented in a conversational, easy to read format. I would certainly recommend this book to anyone who has avoided the subject because it is often overly-complicated or overwhelming! If you seek to understand more about financial markets, market phases, and planning--this is a well done, self-help book that you will want to refer to again and again after reading.   


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Meet the Author

A former special education teacher, Michele "Mish" Schneider was one of the first female floor traders on Wall Street. Today she serves as Director of Trading Research and Education at, a 20 year industry-leading financial publishing company.

With Plant Your Money Tree, Mish combines her love of teaching with her world-class expertise in finance and investing. When she's not changing lives through education, Mish spends her time exploring Sante Fe, New Mexico with her husband (and fellow trader) Keith.

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