Today’s Apprenticed Investor column — Reading Is Fundamental — is part 1 of a two part suggested reading list for traders and investors. It includes an Introduction to Investing, some Historical Perspectives, as well as an overview of Investor Psychology.
Here are the books I suggested:
Introduction to Investing
The Investor’s Anthology: Original Ideas from the Industry’s Greatest Minds
Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes And How To Correct
Lessons From The New Science Of Behavioral Economics
Part II should be out tomorrow, and covers Technical Analysis, Economics, life on Wall Street, and the Fundamentals.
If anyone has any additional book suggestions, please send them to me here.
Prior Apprenticed Investor columns can be found here.
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