Benjamin Graham, value investing pioneer
Last-minute holiday shoppers have little time to get those final gifts for friends and loved ones.
Hereâ€™s a list of 10 of the best investing books to get for that special stock trader in your life this holiday season.
â€œMarket Wizardsâ€ is one of the best-selling books about stock trading and features a compilation of interviews with successful traders in which they tell their stories and give advice for aspiring traders.
You know him, you love him. Every time Cramer speaks or writes, itâ€™s always as entertaining as it is educational.
If you want to follow in the footsteps of the single greatest investor of all time, this biography of the Oracle of Omaha will show you exactly how Buffett amassed his $85 billion fortune.
This book is an edited and condensed collection of Buffettâ€™s historical annual letters to his investors in which he discusses his investing philosophy, his stock-picking methods and his thoughts on the world of Wall Street.
Benjamin Graham is the father of value investing, and his 1949 book should be any value investorâ€™s bible.
While â€œThe Intelligent Investorâ€ is Grahamâ€™s most popular book, Buffett, Bill Ackman, Seth Klarman and other top value investors of 2020 all specifically recommend Grahamâ€™s 1934 book â€œSecurity Analysisâ€ as well.
From 1985 through 2006, Greenblattâ€™s Gotham Capital averaged annual returns of more than 40%, and Greenblatt discusses his approach to investing in this book.
Itâ€™s great to be excited about investing, but Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller will help make sure you donâ€™t get a little bit too excited about stocks in his best-selling book on the psychology of financial market bubbles.
Like Graham, Fisher was a pioneer of financial analysis, and his 1958 book focuses on the idea of analyzing stocks based on their long-term growth potential.
Trainâ€™s book profiles nine of the most successful investors of all time, including Buffett, Graham and Fisher, and takes an in-depth look into the investment strategies of each.
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