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Bachelor Pad Economics

The Financial Advice Bible for Men
Written by: Aaron Clarey
Narrated by: Davis Aurini
Length: 10 hrs and 58 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Bachelor Pad Economics is THE financial advice bible for men and any women who are bold enough to listen to it!

Whether you're 14 and just trying to figure out life, or 70 and starting to think about estate planning, Bachelor Pad Economics addresses every major (and minor) economic and financial issue the average man will face in his entire life. From dating, to what to major in, to purchasing a home, to starting a business, to children and wife training, Bachelor Pad Economics is the wisdom you wish the father-you-never-had gave you.

Written for guys, it is candid, blunt, honest and everything else Oprah isn't, and will give you the road map you need to provide direction and purpose in your life. Guaranteed to prove more useful than a college degree, "Bachelor Pad Economics" is well worth the money to buy and the time to listen to.

©2013 Aaron Clarey (P)2016 Aaron Clarey

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great read for any man. actually a necessity

the audio needs to be normalized. the voice was slightly sarcastic the whole time. there were three or more disjointed audio. overall pretty good.

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Best book for men aged 18 to 35. Bar none.

wow. great advice for young men. An urgent read for this #metoo generation. Noys I urge you to read this.

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great

this book is like a father i never had bl k k k k k

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  • Klemmaniac
  • Boston
  • 2017-02-28

worth reading<br />

very practical advice and no B.S. approach. some of it a little too dark and nihilistic for my taste, but most of the content is valuable and good for people to know and hear.

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  • Jamal G
  • 2018-01-24

Awesome book from Start to finish!

This book has great advice for men of all ages. I highly recommend you buy it! Check out Aaron's YouTube channel : aaron clarey, very entertaining and full of gold. I've been a big fan for years. Keep up the great work Aaron.

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  • David W. Smith
  • 2018-03-14

Excellent description of the problems in our culture

Excellent description of the problems in our culture and how to deal with them. I read some of the negative comments and they would be the kind of indoctrinated night ‘nice guy’ feminist that this book is warning you about. This is the kind of info I needed 20 years ago. Read this book. Avoid the misery. And be a better you.

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  • David Freitas
  • CRANSTON, RI
  • 2018-03-06

Absolute MUST HAVE for any man

This book truly is a LIFE BIBLE for all men, it teaches everything you truly need know. 100000% recommended

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  • Jonathan Burns-Desjardins
  • 2018-02-10

Great wisdom

I learned great bits of wisdom in this book and I started to apply them!

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  • Cross Trainer
  • 2017-11-27

An absolute must for every man under 25-30

I've read a lot of books, and digested a lot of material on similar topics. This is by far one of the best and I highly recommend.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2017-08-09

Worth the time and money by far

great advice and information to living a happy successful life. the part about motorcycles is true!

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  • Andrew W
  • Blacksburg, VA
  • 2017-07-21

Great read!

Great info. Even if you don't agree, it's at least useful to be exposed to these very practical ideas based in reality. Took a star off performance because the narrator mispronounced words every 10 or 1 minutes and I'm a dick. But he did a great job overall.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-11-18

Mix of great advice and terrible advice

Overall, not a bad book. Some areas were great, specifically the section on education.

Of Clarey’s good advice:
1) make sure you are majoring in a profession, not a hobby. If you can get your degree without a lab, you’re probably majoring in a hobby. I wish I heard this advice when I was studying.
2) do not confuse wealth with riches. You can have great cars, but if you can’t afford them, you’re not wealthy.
3) pick up mechanical skills while you’re young and you’ll save thousands over your lifetime.

Among Clarey’s bad advice:
1) use suicide as a means of reducing medical bills during old age.
2) do not marry a career-minded woman because she will be a bad mother.
3) do not work at an office with women because they will attack you for sexual harassment for no reason.

Overall, he’s got some good advice about how to make yourself a valuable person, how to make and save money, and how to avoid some difficulties in life.

However, I recommend skipping the section on women. Clarey comes off as a frustrated, hateful individual who views relationships only in terms of economics. His view on women in the workplace is faulty, as you will dislike your workplace is you irrationally fear the women you are working with.

I recommend this book, but understand that interpersonal relationships with the opposite sex do not need to be so scary. Learn to appreciate the women you work with and you’ll enjoy your work more.

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  • Hatemmtommy
  • 2019-04-14

A must read for every man!

covers from the cancer feminism to the irresponsible government spending, really great book of you want to unplug yourself for the nonsense you've been living in your whole life.