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“When I was 10 years old, I read all the books on investment that I could find in the Omaha Public Library. I read many books twice. Go into your own mind and over time, figure out what is reasonable. Once you do this, it’s time to get into the water (try)."
10 Books Warren Buffett Thinks You Should Read
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1. The Intelligent Investor
by Benjamin Graham
2. Security Analysis
by Benjamin Graham
3. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits
by Philip A. Fisher
2. Mr. Fisher's insights when considering particular circumstances connected with investing,
3. The last chapter is a step-by-step guide on how to be Mr. Fisher (or work like him at least).—Read More—Maciej Chałapuk
4. Stress Test
by Timothy F. Geithner
5. The Essays of Warren Buffett
by Lawrence A. Cunningham
"In a quiz, what else is better for you than your opponent thinks and wastes energy?"
6. Jack: Straight from the Gut
by Jack Welch
7. The Outsiders
by William N. Thorndike
8. The Clash of the Cultures
by John C. Bogle
9. Business Adventures
by John Brooks
10. Where Are the Customers' Yachts?
by Fred Schwed
And More (7+) Books Recommended By Stock God Warren Buffett
1. Charlie Munger "Poor Charlie's Almanack"
"You will never find a book that contains more useful ideas than this book."
"This book showing Munger's wisdom should have been published long ago."
2. Peter Lynch's "Learn to Earn" & "One Up On Wall Street"
3. John C. Bogle's "Common Sense on Mutual Funds" & "The Little Book of Common Sense Investing"
4. John Keynes's "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money" & "The Economic Consequences of the Peace"
5. Adam Smith's "The Money Game"
6. Galbraith, "The Great Crash 1929"
7. Donald Keogh, "The Ten Commandments for Business Failure"
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