I have often been asked in my investment class what book should a beginning investor read to improve investment knowhow. Here is my booklist.
These are books that I feel are written by authors who are not only gifted in this pursue of investing but are also willing to share with us their wisdom.
There are classic that I am reluctant to throw away and they include titles like The Intelligent Investor, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, The Little Book That Still Beats The Market and Winning The Loser's Game. My bookshelf is stack three-level high on many of these books that I am reluctant to throw away.
So here are my recommendation organise in three categories:
Category 1: Highly Recommended
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
The Little Book that Beats the Market by Joel Greenblatt
Winning The Loser's Game by Charles D Ellis
Warren Buffet's Annual Letter Archived at www.berkshirehathaway.com
The Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence A. Cunningham
Margin of Safety by Seth A. Klarman