There are so many books on investment available to can help marketers and traders enrich their stock training. This list is a highlight of 15 Great Investment Books all traders and investors must read:

 

1. The intelligent investor (Benjamin Graham)

Benjamin Graham, probably the world’s greatest investment adviser of the 20th century, inspired and taught people. Since its first publication in 1949, Graham’s approach of valuable investing, which protects investors from big mistakes and trains them to cultivate long-term investment approaches, has made it the bible of the smart financier. The evolution of the market over the years has shown that Graham’s strategy is right. In keeping with Graham’s initial text, the revised version includes comments by Jason Zweig, the renowned economic journalist, whose perspectives reflect the realities of the current market, drawing parallels in between Graham’s patterns and current financial titles, and providing readers with a deeper understanding of how Graham’s principles are applied. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

A Random Walk Down Wall Street

 

2. A random walk down Wall Street (Burton Malkiel)

This best-selling, authoritative investment guide (Burton Malkiel) is a new and updated chapter on behavioral finance that examines the psychology of financial investment varieties. Burton Malkiel addresses the comprehensive selection of financial investment varieties, from equity, bond and money markets, investment companies and insurance companies, to tangible possessions such as collectibles and gold, in addition to home ownership. This includes innovative strategies for reorganizing a retirement portfolio, in addition to the Classic Investment Life Guide, which meets the requirements of investors of all ages. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

3. The Warren Buffet Way (Warren Buffet)

The Warren Buffet Way offers investors a deep insight into the business strategies and innovative investment behind the magnificent legendary personality of Warren E. Buffet. Robert G. Hagstrom, Jr., who has followed Warren Buffet’s line of business from the beginning, tells us precisely how Buffett built a $19.4 billion empire, starting with his first investment of $100. The book provides a detailed outline of Buffett’s successful investment models and approaches; it also identifies the companies that Buffett presently finds most appealing and the ones he avoids, based on Buffett’s ten-year tracking of his many smart investments and commitments.>>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

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4. Rich dad poor dad (Robert Kiyosaki)

Robert T. Kiyosaki author of many personal finance guides and a renowned lecturer, developed his individual economic perspective with two completely different impacts, he calls, his two fathers. Robert’s physical father was an incredibly educated but financially poor man. The other dad, Robert best friend’s father, was an 8th grade drop-out, who became a multimillionaire. His poor dad’s financial problems in life revealed the counterpoint interacted by the other rich dad. Kiyosaki retired taking this message by heart at the age of 47. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

5. One up on Wall Street (Peter Lynch)

One up on Wall Street of America’s most popular fund manager, Peter Lynch, tells us how typical financiers can trade well with only what they know. As stated by Mr. Lynch, investment ventures are available everywhere. We meet all day long with products and services, from supermarkets to workplaces. Paying the utmost attention, we can find businesses that invest even before the experts discover it. If investors start early, tenbaggers can become ten times their initial investment. Some “Tenbaggers” make a typical stock portfolio become a star performer. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

6. Money: Master the game (Tony Robbins)

Tony Robbins has inspired and trained more than 50,000,000 people in more than 100 nations worldwide. Over 4 million individuals participated in his live events. Oprah Winfrey calls him the Superman. Now he has addressed the problem that has preoccupied us for the very first time in two decades: how to ensure our financial freedom and that of our families. Tony Robbins has developed an easy 7-step approach based upon extensive research studies and individual interviews with 50 of the world’s most famous financial experts, from Warren Buffett to Carl Icahn, Steve Forbes and Ray Dalio. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

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7. Market Wizards (Jack D. Schwager)

This classic investment book about a financial expert in an interview is a must-read for traders and specialists as well as everyone who wants to know how the financial world really works. The book is full of anecdotes about different investment experiences, including a story of the trader that turned $30,000 into $80 million. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

Books To Reprogram Your Mind For Success - Thinking Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman

 

8. Thinking, Fast and Slow (Daniel Kehneman)

Kahneman shows where we can trust our instincts and where we can’t, in addition to the right way in which we can use slow thinking in a lively discussion on how we think. It offers practical and insightful perceptions into decision-making in our professional and private lives along with the right way to use various techniques to prevent mental disorders that often cause us problems. Thinking, Fast and Slow can change your way of thinking forever. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

9. Principles: Life and Work (Ray Dalio)

In principles, Dalio shares the knowledge of his amazing profession. He argues that life, business, management and investment can be systematized and understood in a way machines use. The book, built around the foundations of “radical truth” and “extreme transparency”, contains Dalio’s vision of the most efficient ways to make decisions, address problems and build strong teams for organizations and individuals. He also describes the company’s innovative tools for bringing a concept of meritocracy in life, like creating “baseball cards” for company workers who refine their weaknesses and strengths, in addition to computer-aided decision-making structures, to make credible choices. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

10. The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need (Andrew Tobias)

For over 25 years, America’s most popular financial leader has won the loyalty of almost million readers around the country. This book has now been completely reworked and updated to cover all the new tax and investment laws and bring them into a new, easy to use design. Concise, wise and understandable, Andrew Tobias reveals how to make the most of your money, no matter how small or how much you have. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

The Little Book That Still Beats the Market

 

11. The Little Book That Still Beats the Market (Joel Greenblatt)

2 years at MBA School will not help you double market returns, but this book will, in just 2 hours. Joel Greenblatt, founding partner and manager of Gotham Capital (average annual return of 40% over 20 years), says much more than just the basics for a successful stock market investment. It offers an easy-to-use “magic formula” that automatically buys good companies at great prices. Although the formulation has been thoroughly evaluated and represents a development in the professional and scholastic world, Greenblatt is explaining it through mathematics, simple language and humor. You will learn how to defeat the market and expert executives by far, with a low-risk approach. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

Alchemy of Finance

 

12. Alchemy of Finance (George Soros)

George Soros is undoubtedly the strongest among the profitable investors worldwide. Soros described by BusinessWeek magazine, as being “the man who changes markets”, has earned a whole fortune contending the pound of Great Britain, yet remaining active in the international economic neighborhood. In this special edition of The Alchemy of Finance, he presents a hypothetical and useful account of present financial tendencies and an entirely innovative paradigm of understanding the current financial market. This edition has been expanded and revised to describe Soros’ innovative investment practices and worldviews. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

 

13. Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (Charles Mackay)

This book, first released in 1841, is often regarded as the greatest book ever written in market psychology. The edition of Harriman House contains the story of Charles Mackay’s 3 ill-reputed financial manias – John Law Mississippi, Tulipomania, and South Sea Bubble. These historical events verify that greed and worry have in consequence always acted as the motivating forces behind financial markets. Moreover, sensitivity and intelligence is not a defense against the mystical appearance of a popular madness. Charles Mackay has proven to be a master chronicler of this notorious financial madness in a finely written and social history. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

When Genius Failed (Roger Lowenstein)

 

14. When Genius Failed (Roger Lowenstein)

The story behind the downfall of hedge fund LTCM (Long Term Capital Management) is detailed in Lowenstein’s fascinating book. The fund was managed by the geniuses of Harvard with the Nobel Prize for PhDs and Economics. One of these, Myron Scholes, created the famous “valuing options”. A second LTCM broker had 2 MIT degrees. They were scientists who thought they’d invented computerized models so intelligently that they could possibly foresee the future. However, they were wrong. The genius failed. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

 

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits

 

15. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits (Philip Fisher)

The highly admired and appreciated Philip Fisher is one of the most prominent investors in history. The investment philosophies introduced nearly 40 years ago aren’t only premeditated and used by today’s investors and financiers, but are also seen by most as the Gospel of Investment. This book is highly esteemed and has been an invaluable guide after its first publication in 1958. Its paperback update retains the financial investment understanding of its original publication and clarifies the views of the author’s investment guru, Ken Fisher, in a comprehensive preface and introduction. It is a thorough comprehension of business investments using the techniques of Phillip Fisher himself. >>BUY FROM AMAZON

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