Despite the authors' repetitive ideas and monotonous writing style, their message is clear and even inspiring: "Spend your money on buying assets, not liabilities". The point about the importance of financial literacy is right on: schools never seem to care much about it and are just endlessly churning out academic rats fit for the rat race. Perhaps it is all a conspiracy? That the rich keep their secret from the masses, privately educating their own children on true financial wisdom, while letting 90% of the population (including me) languish in the slow track of life? I don't know, but I'm determined to break out of this ignorance.