Rich Dad Poor DadRich Dad Poor Dad

One of the best-selling personal finance books ever.  Robert Kiyosaki introduces you to the mindset necessary to achieve financial success.  Kiyosaki’s concepts will change the way you think about money and investing.  His philosophies on assets, liabilities, and cash flow are excellent and should be read by every 20-something.

The Intelligent InvestorThe Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

The definitive guide to value investing.  “The Intelligent Investor” is regarded by many people to be the greatest investing book ever published.  Benjamin Graham takes you through a deep dive into fundamental analysis, analyzing financial statements to understand the performance of a business, and  calculating a business’s intrinsic value.  Warren Buffet says it is, “By far the best book on investing ever written.”

Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham and David DoddSecurity Analysis

“Secuirty Analysis” by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd is considered the bible of fundamental analysis.  “Security Analysis” takes an even deeper dive than “The Intelligent Investor” and teaches you how to avoid the ‘herd mentality’ and to make your own decisions.  It is not an easy or quick read, but if you take the time to get through the book, you will become a much better investor for doing so.

The Essays of Warren BuffettThe Essays of Warren Buffett

The “Oracle of Omaha” Warren Buffett is not only one of the richest men in the world, but an American icon.  In this book Buffett enlightens readers with his timeless investing advice, sage wisdom, and homespun charm.  Buffett covers such topics as managerial accountability, business valuation, and capital structure and provides helpful warnings on accounting shenanigans, trading costs, and paying heed to Mr. Market.  This collection of essays might as well be an MBA Finance course.  Highly recommended for any serious investor.

Buffett: “The Making of an American Capitalist”Buffet: The Making of an American Capitalist

Another feature book on the genius of Warren Buffett.  This biography on the “Oracle of Omaha” provides a great insight into Buffett’s philosophies and the way he thinks.  From his humble beginnings to becoming the richest man in America, it is all covered here. “Buffet: The making of an American Capitalist” details Mr. Buffett studying under Benjamin Graham, forming his first partnership at the age of 26, and the reasons he purchased the companies he did.  Another excellent read that will increase your investment knowledge.

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    Would add “10 minute money press” for beginners as well.

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