13 amazing gifts for finance geeks of all ages

Choosing gifts for finance geeks can be tricky given that we’re notoriously frugal and don’t really get excited about acquiring anything other than stocks.

That said, you really can’t go wrong with any of the items on this list. These practical gifts are bound to put a smile on any finance geek’s face.

13 gifts for finance geeks

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1. Classic Piggy Bank

The image of a piggy bank is synonymous with frugality, making this a great gift for any penny pincher in your life – even if they primarily use it decoratively.

This classic piggy bank is made from glazed ceramic, which will look great on the recipient’s desk or bookshelf.

On the functional side, it also features an easily-removable rubber stop, letting your finance geek access some spare change without breaking the bank (pun fully intended).

Ideal for

This classic piggy bank is ideal for children or a frugal yet quirky individual of any age.

A pink piggy bank.

Amazon rating: 5/5 (2,588 ratings)

2. RFID Carbon Fiber Wallet

Carbon fiber wallets have been all the rage for several years now – and deservedly so.

This wallet from Shevrov features a much slimmer form factor than you’d find with a traditional leather unit.

Its carbon fiber construction is also – as you’d expect – substantially more rigid than leather, withstanding the rigors of day to day use with ease.

Additionally, this wallet is RFID-blocking, protecting the recipient’s cards against electronic skimming. That shouldn’t be the main draw, given how rare RFID skimming actual is, but it’s still a nice touch that will delight any finance geek who happens to love tech as well.

Ideal for

This RFID Carbon Fiber Wallet from Shevrov is an ideal gift for finance geeks who drool over tech and modern design.

A picture of the RFID Carbon Fiber Wallet from Shevrov.

Amazon rating: 4.4/5 (15,578 ratings)

3. Clever Fox Budget Planner

Every finance geek knows the importance of getting organized about money. The Clever Fox Budget Planner assists with just that, helping users track their goals, debt, savings, expenses, monthly budgets, and more.

Perhaps what I love most about the planner, though, is that it includes plenty of blank space for mind mapping. Many budgeting apps and tools are too rigid, leaving little room for this type of creativity.

Because the Clever Fox Budget Planner comes in such a wide range of colors, you’re bound to find the right match for your finance geek.

Ideal for

The Clever Fox Budget Planner is ideal for people who are constantly seeking new ways to optimize their finances.

A picture of the Clever Fox Budget Planner.

Amazon rating: 4.6/5 (8,650 ratings)

4. Monopoly Ultimate Banking

Monopoly’s Ultimate Banking edition puts a modern twist on the classic board game, replacing cash with cards and a tap-friendly electronic tracker that monitors each player’s wealth.

The tracker also automatically adjusts market conditions, producing rallies and crashes that force players to react and flex their financial savviness.

Ideal for

Monopoly Ultimate Banking is a great gift for financial geeks that have children or entertain guests regularly.

A picture of the Monopoly Ultimate Banking board game box.

Amazon rating: 4.5/5 (5,011 ratings)

5. The Intelligent Investor

The Intelligent Investor is one of the most ubiquitous finance books of all time.

Warren Buffett once described it as having changed his life when he discovered it at the age of 19.

That’s pretty high praise from someone regarded as being among the greatest investors of all time.

This particular edition of The Intelligent Investor features updated analysis from financial journalist Jason Zweig that provides modern context to the original 1949 text.

Ideal for

This book is a great gift for someone relatively new to investing. The valuable lessons within it will benefit such a recipient for the rest of their lives.

However, avoid buying this book for a more experienced investor as it’s very likely they’ve already read it.

The cover of The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham.

Amazon rating: 4.7/5 (13,211 ratings)

6. Charging Bull Painting

Few symbols are as iconic in the world of investing as Wall Street’s Charging Bull.

It represents roaring prosperity in financial markets, hence the term “bull market” being used to describe a sharp rise in stock prices.

This eye-catching painting captures the bull in a particularly ferocious scene, charging forward in front of flames and an enlarged $100 U.S. bill.

Ideal for

This Charging Bull painting is ideal for the enthusiastic stock trader in your life.

Every time they look at it, they’ll feel inspired to grab the market by the horns and make some money.

A painting of Wall Street's charging bull.

Amazon rating: 4.5/5 (316 ratings)

7. Fearless Girl Painting

If you’d like to gift a finance-related painting that’s less ferocious, this depiction of the Charging Bull facing off against the Fearless Girl is a great pick.

The Fearless Girl, in case you didn’t know, is a statue that was commissioned in 2017 to promote an index fund containing companies with high percentages of female leadership.

It was originally installed directly opposite the Charging Bull, which garnered columns (like this one) celebrating its visual opposition to what has traditionally been a boys’ club on Wall Street.

This painting revives that defiant imagery.

Ideal for

This painting is a great gift for finance geeks who celebrate female empowerment in the world of investing.

Amazon rating: 4.5/5 (162 ratings)

8. Money Socks

While socks are ordinarily a pretty standard (even mundane) gift, these are not your ordinary socks.

These, my friend, are Benjamin Franklin socks – a quirky gift for finance geeks who aren’t afraid to live loudly.

Ideal for

This is a great gift for finance geeks who share Justin Trudeau’s penchant for novelty socks.

Personally, out of all the gift ideas on this list, I’d be most excited about receiving these socks. I’m not even kidding.

A pair of socks with the U.S. $100 bill printed on them.

Amazon rating: 4.6/5 (1,116 ratings)

9. Money Runner Rug

While the finance geek in your life may love cold hard cash, nobody likes a cold hard floor.

This Benjamin Franklin-themed runner rug will keep their toes nice and warm while putting their personality on display far more than a traditional design would.

This rug isn’t just a cheap one-off gimmick from a novelty brand, by the way. It’s from Ottomanson, a bonafide rug manufacturer. Amazon reviews indicate great quality.

Ideal for

This is another gift idea best suited for people who wouldn’t find an enlarged print of Benjamin Franklin’s face too gaudy or, alternatively, would actually enjoy something so bold.

A runner rug with an enlarged $100 bill printed on it.

Amazon rating: 4.8/5 (6,740 ratings)

10. Wall Street Sign Painting

Here’s another piece of home decor that says “I love finance” without screaming it from a mountaintop.

It’s very classy, highlighting the often-photographed intersection of Wall Street and Broadway with the historic American Surety Building in the background.

Ideal for

This is a great gift for someone who prefers to be subtle in displaying their appreciation of finance.

It’s inoffensive and has enough universal appeal that one could envision it on the wall of a New York hotel room.

A painting showing the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway in New York City.

Amazon rating: 4.7/5 (784 ratings)

11. “JUST HODL IT” Shirt

The acronym “HODL” stands for “Hold On for Dear Life” and is a popular mantra among cryptocurrency traders weathering the market’s volatility.

It’s increasingly becoming part of the stock investor lexicon as well thanks to the market’s topsy-turvy nature over the past few years.

Ideal for

This is a great gift for anyone who values the idea of long-term investing.

Those of us who fall into that category tend to be quite open and proud about it – and justifiably so, given that buying good assets and HODLing them is a proven formula for success.

A t-shirt with the words "JUST HODL IT" printed on it.

Amazon rating: 4.6/5 (23 ratings)

12. Ledger Nano X

If your finance geek owns cryptocurrencies, they’ll appreciate the Ledger Nano X as a gift.

It’s a hardware wallet that will protect their cryptocurrency holdings from the ever-present threat of devastating hacks.

The Ledger Nano X supports more than 1,250 cryptocurrencies and is one of the two most popular full-featured hardware wallets on the market, the other being the Trezor Model T.

I’d recommend the Ledger Nano X, however, as it offers better features (including secure mobile phone connectivity).

Ideal for

The Ledger Nano X is a great, genuinely useful gift for any cryptocurrency enthusiast.

Even if they already have a hardware wallet, the Ledger Nano X likely represents an upgrade. It was released in 2019, whereas some of its competitors date back to 2013.

The Ledger Nano X cryptocurrency wallet.

Amazon rating: 4.6/5 (1,029 ratings)

13. Da Vinci Code Mini Cryptex

If someone is passionate about finance, you can’t really go wrong gifting them money.

However, just handing someone a stack of bills lacks creativity and thoughtfulness.

Enter the Da Vinci Code Mini Cryptex.

It allows you to lock money inside a compartment and set a passcode. You can then make a game out of this, giving the recipient hints until they eventually crack the code.

Ideal for

This is a fantastic gift for a finance geek who enjoys personalized experiences.

By choosing a password with deep significance to your friendship or relationship, you can make this a truly memorable gift.

Amazon rating: 4.7/5 (2,026 ratings)

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Brandon-Richard Austin

Brandon-Richard Austin is the founder of Rinkydoo Finance. He is an avid investor and digital marketer for startups and publicly-traded companies alike.