15 Best Investing Books of All Time – Warren Buffett Edition

Are you interested in the 15 best investing books of all the time? If so, come with us and let’s check out Insider Monkey’s article about this topic. Generally succsessful investors tend to pile up large amount of knowledge, that’s why it’s so arresting to read them. The billionaire investor Warren Buffett for instance, reads more than 500 pages every day. Actually, he spends 80% of day with reading books. I have always thought that learning is the best investment. It’s even worth eating only “bread and butter” daily for years, if you can attend a university or college. Every little cent will return after that.

Reading is a must if you want to be an investor. The more you read, the more information you get, which you can use in analyzing investments. If you are an investor, you must make the time to read and be updated on the latest business developments and trends. But what is essential, you must read the appropriate books, since reading the wrong books is not only a waste of time, but they may give you the wrong information, consequently you can make wrong investments decisions.

But now, let’s check out what Insider Monkey recommends us about the 15 best investing books of all time.

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#15 Antifragile – Nassim Talib 

The author points out that antifragile techniques are essential to be continuously successful.

#14 Irrational Exuberance – Robert Shiller 

It’s a really must-read book, as it is as relevant as it has ever been.

#13 Security Analysis – Ben Graham and David Dodd 

Firstly it was published in 1934 with more than one million selling, so it showed to be time-proven.

#12 Conscious Capitalism – John Mackey 

This books is about four tenants – conscious culture and management, higher purpose and conscious leadership and  stakeholder integration.

#11 The Outsiders – William Thorndike 

In this book you can read about becoming a great CEO.

Conscious Capitalism – John Mackey #10 Business Adventures – John Brooks 

There are 12 stories about different companies, that show how essential management is.

#9 Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits – Phillip Fisher

It teaches you how to choose investments by evaluating the management team of a business.

#8 Misbehaving – Richard Thaler 

It contains the frames of economical studies, and if you are a person who are interested in learning more about investments.

#7 The Essays of Warren Buffet – Lawrence Cunningham 

We are half way on our list of 15 best investing books of all time. It’s a collection of Warren Buffet’s thoughts. 

#6 The Making of an American Capitalist – Roger Lowenstein 

It’s about Warren Buffet, you can have a look into his deals, and reasons for making them.

#5 Poor Charlie’s Almanack – Peter D. Kaufman 

This is a collection of public commentary, lectures, and talks of Charlie Munger.

#4 The Superinvestors of Graham And Doddsville – Warren Buffett 

This books shows that luck is not the main factor to beat the market.

#3 The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham 

It’s an edifying book, as it shows you to focus on loss minimization instead of profit maximatization. It’s also great for beginners.

#2 Thinking Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman 

You can learn how to lock your bias and make investment decisions rationally and logically.

#1 The Dhandho Investor – Mohnish Pabrai 

This book got the first top on the list of the 15 best investing books of all the time- Warren Buffett edition. The Dhandho investors shows you how to begin investing with nothing as an investor.

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