What AC/DC can teach us about personal finance

AC/DC released their first album in 8 years on October 20th, 2008 and within a week, Black Ice hit number one on the Billboard Hard Rock chart. They have sold over 200 million albums worldwide. They were ranked number 4 in the “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock” list from VH1 and 7th on MTV’s “Greatest Heavy Metal Band Of All Time.” Since 1991, when Nielsen SoundScan began to track music sales, Only The Beatles have sold more albums than AC/DC – despite the fact that AC/DC have not released any new material since 2000.

That is remarkable, and it didn’t happen overnight or without effort. What can we learn from the band’s successful career that is


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3 Responses to What AC/DC can teach us about personal finance

  1. Dave says:

    You forgot the most important piece of financial advice AC/DC ever gave us: It ain’t no fun waiting round to be a millionaire!

  2. Joe Morgan says:


    Yes Dave, please forgive my oversight.

  3. baselle says:

    And to willing to do “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” to stay “Back in Black”.

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