Tuesday, June 17, 2014

50 Books on Finance

I have taken up an awesome project.

Over the next year, I am going to read and review 50 Books on Finance, Investments and Wealth. I have identified a few books as of now. I will need help and support in identifying the books to be reviewed.

The books being reviewed fall into various groups. Some of them are 'How To' books (Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki), some are conceptual in nature (How to make money in stocks, by William J O'Neil), some are lessons from great investors (Warren Buffet Way by Robert G Hagstrom) and others on Stock Investing.

The authors will be mainly American since that is where most of the literature on Finance has evolved. I will also try to review one or two books by Indian Authors.

As of now, I have identified the following books to be reviewed
  1. One minute millionaire (Left Side): Mark Victor Hansen and Robert Allen
  2. What works on wall street: James O'Shaughnessy
  3. Stocks for the long run: Jeremy Seigel
  4. The millionaire next door: Thomas J Stanley and William D Danko
  5. Secrets of the millionaire mind: T Harv Eker
  6. Rich dad poor dad: Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter
  7. One up on wall street: Peter Lynch
  8. Beating the street: Peter Lynch
  9. How to make money in stocks: William J O'Neil
  10. Your money or your life: Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin
  11. Total money makeover: Dave Ramsey
  12. Reminiscences of a stock operator: Edvin Lefevre
  13. The richest man in Babylon: George Samuel Clason 
  14. The Wealthy Barber: David Chilton
  15. The Bogleheads' guide to investing: Taylor Larimore, Mel Lindauer & Michael LeBoeuf
  16. Jim Cramer's Real Money: James Cramer
  17. The Millionaire Mind: Thomas J Stanley
  18. Four Pillars of Investing: William Bernstein
  19. The Informed Investor: Frank Armstrong
  20. Protecting your wealth in good times and bad: Richard Ferri
  21. Probability of fortune: Moshe A Milevsky
  22. Making the most of your money: Jane Bryant Quinn
  23. The only proven way to investment success: Chandan Sengupta
  24. Random walk down Wall Street: Burton Malkiel
  25. Investing rules from the masters: Philip Jenks & stephen Eckett
  26. The big short: Michael Lewis 
  27. Liar's poker: Michael Lewis 
  28. The new market wizards: Jack D Schwager
  29. How I made $2 Million in the stock market: Nicholas Darvas
  30. Rich Dad's guide to Investing: Robert Kiyosaki
  31. The Start Principle: Richard Koch
  32. Fooled by randomness: Nassim Nicolas Taleb
  33. Managing your money in retirement: Alicia Munnel
  34. Cash Flow Quadrant - Robert Kiyosaki
  35. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits: Philip Fisher
  36. Battle for Investment Survival: Gerald Loeb
  37. The education of a speculator: Victor Niederhoffer
  38. The money masters: John Train
  39. Zen in the markets: Edward Allen Toppel
  40. The intuitive trader: Robert Koppel
  41. Investor Therapy: Richard Geist
  42. Super investors of Graham and Doddsville: Warren Buffet
  43. Invest and Grow Rich: Guy Thomas
  44. The Zulu Principle: James D Slater
  45. How to pick stocks like Warren Buffet: Timothy Vick
  46. Value Investing and Behavioural Finance: Parag Parekh
  47. The Dhandho Investor: Mohnish Pabrai
  48. Thoughtful Investor: Basant Maheshwari
  49. All about value investing: Esme Faerber
  50. You can be a stock market genius: Joel Greenblatt
  51. Buffet Beyond Value: Prem C Jain
  52. The intelligent investor: Benjamin Graham
  53. The little book of valuation: Aswath Damodaran
  54. The five rules for successful stock investing: Pat Dorsey
  55. The Black Swan: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  56. The Predators Ball: Connie Bruck
  57. The Warren Buffet Way: Robert G Hagstrom
  58. Buffet: The making of an American Capitalist: Roger Lowenstein (Now Reading)
  59. How to be Billionaire: Martin Fridson
  60. John Neff on Investing: John Neff
  61. Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffet: Andrew Kilpatrick
  62. Against the gods: The remarkable story of Risk: Peter Bernstein
  63. The theory of investment value: John Burr Williams
  64. Security Analysis: Graham and Dodd
  65. Value Investing Made Easy: Janet Love
  66. When Genius Failed: Roger Lowenstein
  67. The South Sea Bubble: John Carswell
  68.  The house of Rothschild:Money's prophets: Niall Ferguson
  69. How to think like Benjamin Graham and invest like Warren Buffet: Lawrence A Cunningham
  70. The education of a value investor: My transformative quest for Wealth, Wisdom and Enlightenment: Guy Spier
  71. Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (Harriman House Classics): Charles Mackay
  72. The Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Manager: Bruce C. N. Greenwald
  73.  The Lords of Finance: Liaquat Ahamed 
  74. Getting Rich Your Own Way: Brian Tracy
  75. The new Buffettology: Mary Buffett and David Clark 
  76. Think and Grow Rich: Napoleon Hill
  77. Money - The unauthorized biography: Felix Martin 
  78. The little book that still beats the market: Joel Greenblatt
  79. The little book of value investing: Christopher H Browne
  80. Bulls, bears and other beasts: Santosh Nair
  81. The little book that builds wealth: Pat Dorsey
  82. The little book of Bulletproof Investing: Ben Stein and Phil DeMuth 
  83. The Shipping Man: Matthew McCleery
  84. The Tao Jones Averages: Bennett W Goodspeed
  85. 100 Baggers: Christopher Mayer
  86. Think like a billionaire, become a billionaire: Scot Anderson
  87. Joys of Compounding: Gautam Baid

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