What are the best books to learn stock market?

What are the best books to learn stock market?

1. The Little Book That Still Beats The Market by Joel Greenblatt
I  usually recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn stock  investing. However, I strongly believe that both new and old investors  will benefit from the wisdom shared in the book. Greenblatt explains the  logic and the irrationality of the markets using such a simple language  that even a school going kid should be able to understand it.

2. Beating The Street by Peter Lynch
The  celebrated Peter Lynch of the Fidelity Magellan fund demonstrates how a  basic layman using common sense can actually beat the experts from Wall  Street. Just like most other books I like it is written in very simple  and easy to understand language. I plan on reading this book again very  soon. Usually this is the second book I recommend to people.

3. The Little Book That Builds Wealth by Pat Dorsey
This  is the type of book that I fall in love with. Easy to read, small and  has a world of information. Don’t be fooled by the gimmicky title of the  book as I rate it within the 3 best books on investing I ever read. The  book explains the concept of sustainable competitive advantage (aka  economic moat) that brings superior returns

4. The Little Book of Value Investing by Christopher H. Browne 
Another  brilliant book on value investing from the little book, big profits  series. Explains the concept of value investing crisply. A great book by  a great investor.

5. Market Wizard Series by Jack D. Schwager 
There  are four books in this series. Each of them are filled with interviews  with some of the best traders and investors. From Ray Dalio to Joel  Greenblatt to Paul Tudor Jones, Mr Schwager has interviewed them all.  And these are not the typical interviews that we read. Each of them have  very insightful and deep questions and answers.

6. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip A. Fisher
Phil  Fisher can be considered as one of the gurus of fundamental investing.  Many great investors in the world have mentioned him as an influence.  His strategy of a holistic approach to fundamental due diligence by not  only looking at a company but also studying the suppliers, customers and  competitors has become the gold standard in the equity analysis world.

7. You Can Be a Stock Market Genius by Joel Greenblatt
The  ultimate guide to special situation (mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs,  divestitures) investing. Greenblatt outdoes himself with this book and  proves clearly that the efficient market hypothesis is a myth even in  the highly developed markets. Special situations very often lead to  irrationality in valuation and these can be exploited by the clever  investor.

8. The Essays of Warren Buffet by Warren Buffet
This  is a compilation of the letters Warren Buffet wrote to his  shareholders. The letters have been organized according to category. The  reader will clearly understand why this man is one of the richest  people in the world.

9. Best practices for Equity Research Analysts by James Valentine 
Hands  down the best book on equity research. Short, compact and highly  practical guide for both buy and sell side analysts.  A must read for  all investors in my opinion. It might be a bit hard to apply in real  life but the book title clearly mentions that these are the ‘best  practices’.

10. Margin of safety by Seth A. Klarman 
Another  excellent book on value investing. The author shows with theory, logic  and practical examples why investment fads are pretty much always bogus.  The best way to make money is to have a strong disciplined fundamental  analysis approach.


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