Financial Literature

  • “The Four illars of Investing” – William Bernstein
  • “Investing: The Last Liberal Art” – Robert Hagstrom
  • “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” – Burton Malkiel
  • “Stock Market Wizards” – Jack Schwager
  • “The Intelligent Investor” – Ben Graham (especially the Jason Zweig commentary at the end of each chapter)
  • “The Interpretation of Financial Statements” -Ben Graham
  • “Margin of Safety” – Seth Klarman
  • “Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings” – Philip Fisher
  • “The Warren Buffett Way” – Robert Hagstrom
  • “Financial Shenanigans” – Howard Schilit
  • “Contrarian Investment Strategies” – David Dreman
  • “The Greatest Trade Ever” – Gregory Zuckerman (about John Paulson’s shorting of real estate before the bubble popped)

 

  • “Predictably Irrational” – Dan Ariely (not an investor, but exploits the irrational decisions everyone makes)
  • “Crash Proof” – Peter Schiff
  • “Irrational Exuberance” – Robert Shiller
  • “Fooled by Randomness” – Nassim Taleb
  • “How to Make Money in Stocks” – William O’Neil
  • “One Up on Wall Street” – Peter Lynch
  • Beating the Street” – Peter Lynch
  • “Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom” – Van Tharp
  • “Japanese Candlestick Analysis” – Steve Nison
  • “Technical Analysis of the Financial; Markets” – John Murphy
  • “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator” – Edwin Lefevre
  • “Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes” – Brian Shannon
  • “Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns” – Thomas Bulkowski