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Investing - Books to Read

Discussion in 'Educational videos and material' started by T0rm3nted, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. T0rm3nted

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    (Originally posted by @Gil Oren on the HotStockMarket forums)

    General Investing recommendations from John Bogle: Each of these titles covers all the basics - such as asset allocation, investor behavior, tax deferred accounts, sample portfolios - that you need to develop an effective portfolio. If your library or bookstore doesn't stock these, any general investing titles by William Bernstein, Larry Swedroe, Rick Ferri, and John Bogle are perfectly acceptable substitutes. Note: author name links go to their forum posts.
     
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    I think that this list cannot be complete without "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham
     
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    What ever book you choose I like the ebooks for the simple reason you can search for what you are looking for in seconds versus thumbing through a hard copy. The following is not a pun against anyone but I read one of these years back it was easy to understand. They have TA and Fundamentals versions as well, etc. . .

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    Psychology 2.0 and Trading in the Zone
     
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    Trading in the zone, that's a classic. First book I recommended my wife to read it when she said she was interested in learning about markets.
    Great pick J ;)!
     
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    I have read this one as well, I agree with you that the terms they've used are so easy to understand, but the thing is that I just borrowed it from a friend of mine because it is a little bit expensive. But I found a way, I tried joining forums and looking for suggested blogs who do write ups in the market and have found this one. Trading Tips.
     
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    Nice book to read and plan the strategies for trading in simple ways.
     
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    Just thought about it
     

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