The Best Investing Books Of All Time (As Voted By 20 Top Investors)

There are a lot of best investing book lists on the web today. Why read this one? Here you'll find the investing books with the most recommendations from the greatest investors of our day.

1. The Intelligent Investor By Benjamin Graham

First published in 1949, Benjamin Graham’s now-classic book has impacted generations of investors and is recommended by many of today’s well-known hedge fund managers, including, Joel Greenblatt and Michael Burry.

2. Security Analysis By Benjamin Graham

While Graham’s The Intelligent Investor is by no means a light read, Security Analysis is an even more detailed overview of Graham’s stock picking methods. So if you plan on reading both, I’d start with the former.

3. You Can Be A Stock Market Genius By Joel Greenblatt

You Can Be A Stock Market Genius details how individual investors can use special situation investing to beat the market. It’s fair to say that You Can Be A Stock Market Genius has made an impact on many of the best investors of our generation.

4. The Essays Of Warren Buffett

Coming in at #4 on the list of best investing books of all time are Warren Buffett’s essays and annual letters to shareholders, in which the famed investor shares his wisdom and methods.

5. The Warren Buffett Way By Robert Hagstrom

What’s unique about The Warren Buffett Way is that it dives deep into the actual strategies Buffett has used to succeed. It’s the definitive book on his strategies from an outsider’s point of view.

6. Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator By Edwin Lefèvre

Written in 1923, Edwin Lefèvre’s classic Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is not an investing book in the traditional sense. Rather, it’s a fictionalized biography of one of the greatest investors of the time.

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