Financial books

brianrossman1

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Anything by Michael Lewis, start with Liar’s Poker and progress from there.

Fooling Some Of the People All of the Time by David Einhorn

The Rise and Fall of Bear Stearns by Alan “Ace Greenberg

Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin

Confessions of an Economic Hitman by John Perkins (there’s a new version but have not had the time to read yet)

The Upstarts by Brad Stone

The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham (also, Security Analysis)

Principles by Ray Dalio (have The Changing World Order on pre-order)

Can suggest many more but this is a start.


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Dos Perros

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Surprised no one has mentioned Rich Dad Poor Dad.

Full disclosure, I haven't read it, but am familiar with the concepts. It's pretty popular, so don't take me listing it as a recommendation, but I think it's worth researching if it is worth your time.
 
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