Now you can Buy all 3 Jagoinvestor Books in Ebook Format

POSTED BY Jagoinvestor ON September 5, 2013 COMMENTS (30)

Me and Nandish were deligted yesterday when we got an email from our publisher CNBC18, that all our 3 books published with them is now available in ebook format at flipkart. So all those who wanted to buy our books in digital format and read it on their smartphones, tablets and even PC , its now possible. Note that very soon the ebook version might also come on Amazon (kindle), Infibeam and other platforms, but it will take time and is only expected (no guarantee)

All our books are doing well good and readers are appreciating them a lot. You can read the reviews for all books on flipkart.

How to Buy the Book in Ebook Format ?

Step 1 – Buy the Book on Flipkart

Go to book page on flipkart and make the payment for the book. You will have to be Logged in while buying the book because the ebook gets stored in your account in “My Library” section. Below are the links for all the 3 books (Book 1 , Book 2, Book 3)

Here do our book readers say (Titles from the reviews from our 3 books) !

  • Must read for beginners to personal finance
  • A Brilliant Book To Kick-Start Your Financial Planning
  • Excellent if you want to know how to take care of your finance
  • Great Insights for achieving Financial Freedom
  • A book written in a very simple language but its results will be humongous
  • Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime!!
  • Book that not only makes you think, but also provokes you to take action instantly!!!
  • A Must have book for anyone who earns and wants to accumulate wealth
  • Awesome, must read action book on personal finance!
  • Transforming Your Relationship With Money & Achieving Financial Independence

Step 2 – Download the Flipkart eBooks App on your Phone/Tablet

Step 3 – Login to your flipkart account on your app and download the ebook

You can then log in to your flipkart account and go to “My Library” section, where you will see all your ebooks purchased and then you can download the book on your phone and start reading (Note – you can also download the ebook on some other phone where the app is installed)

Read more FAQ here

Read the Sample of the Book

You can also read the sample of all the ebooks on your app. It will give you access to some starting pages of the book which you can read and get the feel.

Why to buy the Ebook instead of Hard Copy ?

Reading a book in hard copy format has a very different experience than reading it in ebook format, both have their own pros and cons. Here are few reasons why some one might want to buy our books in ebook format.

Reason 1 – Because it stays with you all the time on the go , you can open your tab/phone and start reading it from the point where you left it last time.

Reason 2 – If you are an NRI, staying outside India, it was really a tough job to get the book in hard copy. Now with ebook version available, you can just order it and start reading it on the fly!

Reason 3 – No waiting time or delivery charges . Books less than Rs 500 worth have delivery charges of Rs 50 on flipkart. you dont have to pay that.

Let us know if you have already read our books and learned lot of things please write the review on flipkart also. Also we would like to hear from you ! . Also let us know if any questions !

30 replies on this article “Now you can Buy all 3 Jagoinvestor Books in Ebook Format”

  1. Shilpi Nigam says:

    Hi Manish,
    I purchased one of your ebooks from flipkart recently. But I found that their ebook application is not very user friendly.
    Can you please release your ebooks on Kindle? Or even if you release them in pdf format, one can buy and read it on any device.
    I am actually waiting for that to happen.

    1. Hi Shilpi

      We do not control this part . Its agreed between publisher and the websites like flipkart and infibeam etc . The book might come on kindle very soon .

  2. abhishek says:

    hi Manish,

    Could u please leave ur comment on below link. I would be very grateful to u.

    1. there are already lots of answers

  3. tayyaba says:

    Sir,I’m 26 year old female.have two children age 9 years.I’m working in a private school as a husband was died recently in a road accident.I have received Rs 3000000 thirty lac rupees insurance claim.we have no other worry is all about for my children education nd future.I dnt know investment ways.I request you sugest me a good secured portfolio.I was heard FD s also not secured if we fix lumpsum or spread in two r three banks.I’m wairing for your valuable reply ASAP.
    Thank u

    1. I believe this is already answered on our forum .

  4. Prabhu says:


    Do you know if a kindle version will be released?


    1. No Idea, but it should happen . Our publisher is in talks with Amazon on this


    2. All I can say is very soon !

  5. dinesh jain says:

    Hi Manish,

    I could recap one line which is “Money Management is a profession but people have made it a business in India”.

    While investing in mutual funds for me or for my clients i go through the following parameter:

    1. Is asset management a bread and butter for the company or is just another business. For example: I know for sure that for companies like Quantum mutual fund, Franklin Templeton and PPFAS, money mgmt is their bread and butter, it’s their passion. So this is my 1st parameter. Bcz for companies for whom money management is just another business, In that case whenever company feels the revenue is going down , they might sell the business to someone else.
    2. The company should be actually an AMC (Asset Management company) and not AGC (Asset Gathering company). During bull run, many companies comes out with useless NFO (make hay while the sun shines) and later when they realize they are not able to manage so many schemes properly, they merge the schemes. So I avoid such companies.
    3. The company’s fund management has to be process driven and not individual driven.
    4. The company’s fund should be performing across all the categories or most of the categories.
    These 4 are the most important parameters which I consider.

    1. Wow . .these are such an awesome way at looking at things . I would love to make an article on this and share with readers ! ! . Extremelly process driven and login oriented.


  6. Ankur says:

    Manish, Congratulations! I was waiting for the e-book option. I am out of India for a long term. When I went to purchase on Flipkart, I get below msg:
    “Sorry, digital downloads is not available in your country yet.
    At the moment, the purchase and downloads of digital items is restricted to India only. Hence, we cannot process your order. We apologize for any inconvenience caused”

    Any suggestions, on how can i buy the book?

    1. Proxy 🙂 . The flipkart detects that you are trying to get it out side India, which is not allowed .

      1. Ankur says:

        I guess they lack common sense. If I am using India credit card they should allow it. allows it. It’s just that your book is not available there. Anyways, i’ll wait for it to come on Kindle! Appreciate if you could let us know whenever its available on Kindle.

        1. Sure Ankur

          I think they are bound by international laws where you can even get ebook if its not permitted. It should soon come over kindle also !

    2. Try accessing using US proxy

      1. Avdhesh says:

        Manish! I liked your idea of accessing using US proxy. But don’t you think this is illegal way of suggesting purchase. Please see if you can get kindle version. I read sample of your book when I was in India, but I am unable to download it now.
        Planning to buy and download during next visit to India.

        1. Avdhesh

          I suggested that because anyone in India can do login for you and make the payment and then you can access it , so system itself is having a big loophole . I suggested you buy it because the earliar you read it, the better it is for you 🙂 .

          1. Avdhesh says:

            Manish! I have make the payment for the e-book (using your earlier advice :P) but I am not able to access it. Whenever I am trying to download e-book, I am getting error that you are outside India… so situation is that I have paid for the book, but unable to download it and access it.

  7. Parag says:

    Hi Manish,

    Congrats for your books. But i would like them reading text copy than eBook. Anyway this is everyones personal view :P.

    Need your help on deciding what to do,
    I have taken Jeevan Anand policy few months back offcourse that time i was not aware with your blog :). But now i want to go for pure term insurance. I checked with agent and he says if I close this policy I will not get any amount back. So my doubts are,

    1) If I stop paying premium will it affect my CIBIL record?
    2) Is there any proper procedure to close this policy?
    3) Is there any chance to get money I invested in this policy (my first premium)?
    4) Which is the best term insurance for 50L? Specially you recommend?


    1. 1. No

      2. Just dont pay the premium

      3. No , only if you are in free lookup period (15 days), you will be able to get it back

      4. Nothing like special, its just personal choice – I can recommend HDFC , Kotak or Aviva

      1. Parag says:

        Hi Manish,

        Thanks for your reply. I have decided to stop LIC premium. So after paying my home loan EMI I can have 12K to invest. I am thinking to invest them in following,

        1) 8K in RD per month so after maturity can transfer them to PPF account. (first week of april)
        2) 2K to Mutual Fund, thinking SBI Emerging Businesses Fund-Growth .
        3) 2k in saving bank account for daily adhoc expenses.

        Please help me to decide correct way.

        Thanks & Regards,

        1. Looks good to me . Go ahead !

  8. nitin says:

    I have the hard copy of all 3 books and liked them very much. I wished to spread the word to my relatives and friends who did not have access to buying the hard copy. This will make it much easier! 🙂 Good going

    1. Thanks for that support Nitin !

  9. Vijay says:

    Glad to learn about the e-book option. I find it so much handier and purposeful than the hard copy. Not only is it available to you at all times and all places, cross-checking and referencing become whole lot easier too. Thanks for the update Manish. I am deciding on which one to start with. I am looking for resources that’ll enable me to weed through the market and provide the tools necessary to identify ‘performing’ and ‘non-performing’ funds/stocks…

    1. Thanks Vijay

      I am not aware of any such tool which can directly give you a rating like that.

    2. Vijay

      Thanks for sharing that. I think you need some tools on mutual fund analysis, there will be better resources on this, but our books will not solve this issue of yours.


      1. Vijay says:

        Thanks Manish for the honest assessment. Much appreciated. I’ve got hold of some books/materials about analysis aspects. Will go through in due course to see if it is of much benefit.

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