Book List

If I ever needed to know more about a subject, like many people, I try to pick up a good book on it. Starting in 2003, I’ve read quite a few books that helped me tremendously. I simply cannot express enough how important it was to me and how much impact it has on how my journey in investing, financial management and trading. There are so many times when I read some perspective, philosophy, quote or approach and have an “a-ha” moment. Those moments have been great for me in terms of either helping me sort out my finances, tweak my portfolio, change my investing or trading process and also even avoid mistakes I’ve yet to commit. I hope they give you the same insight as these are the books I have read and would recommend. Maybe one day I will give a brief review of these individually. These are in sequence, and I have not gone back to re-read any yet. Maybe one day.

RICH DAD POOR DAD – ROBERT KIYOSAKI

CASHFLOW QUADRANT – ROBERT KIYOSAKI

RICH DAD’S GUIDE TO INVESTING – ROBERT KIYOSAKI

BEATING THE STREET – PETER LYNCH

THE ONE MINUTE MILLIONAIRE – MARK V HANSEN & ROBERT ALLEN

THINK AND GROW RICH – NAPOLEAN HILL

MULTIPLE STREAMS OF INCOME – ROBERT G. ALLEN

INVESTING BASICS – CURTIS MONTGOMERY

BUILDING THE PERFECT PORTFOLIO – CURTIS MONTGOMERY

ONE UP ON WALL STREET – PETER LYNCH

HOW TO PICK STOCKS LIKE WARREN BUFFETT – TIMOTHY VICK

COMMON STOCKS AND UNCOMMON PROFITS – PHILIP FISHER

THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR – BENJAMIN GRAHAM, JASON ZWEIG

SHOW ME THE MONEY VOL 1. – TEH HOOI LING

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INVESTING – JOHN NOFSINGER

JOHN NEFF ON INVESTING – JOHN NEFF WITH MINTZ

MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR – THOMAS STANLEY

THE PREHISTORIC INVESTOR – CURTIS MONTGOMERY

THE CRAFT OF INVESTING – JOHN TRAIN

REMINISCENCE OF A STOCK OPERATOR – EDWIN LEFEVRE (my first book on trading)

A RANDOM WALK DOWN WALLSTREET – BURTON G. MALKIEL

MARKET PANIC – STEPHEN VINES

GOOD DEBT BAD DEBT – JON HANSON

WISDOM OF CROWDS – JAMES SUROWIECKI

THE ESSAYS OF WARREN BUFFET – LAWRENCE CUNNINGHAM

WHERE ARE THE CUSTOMERS’ YACHTS? – FRED SCHWED

FOOLED BY RANDOMNESS – NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

FREAKONOMICS – STEVEN LEVITT

BUILT TO LAST – JIM COLLINS

THE TIPPING POINT – MALCOLM GLADWELL

THE UNDERCOVER ECONOMIST – TIM HARFORD

THE WARREN BUFFETT WAY – ROBERT HAGSTROM

ECONOMICS EXPLAINED – ROBERT HELBRONER

HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? – ARUN ABEY & ANDREW FORD

THE PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTOR – CURTIS MONTGOMERY

WINNING PSYCHOLOGY OF DEFENSIVE TRADERS – CONRAD LIM

You might have spotted a few that were…. erm, not exactly related to investing or trading…. ah, that is important as well as I can share with you, that knowledge in other disciplines or subjects other than investing, financial management and trading, can give you greater and deeper insights to the subject for you to be even more successful.

Well, that’s how I see it.

 

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