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<blockquote data-quote="TBeas" data-source="post: 73534" data-attributes="member: 7182"><p>I would recommend a <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Random-Walk-Down-Wall-Street/dp/0393081435/" target="_blank">Random Walk Down Wall Street</a>. The book is a classic.</p><p></p><p>I'm in the process of reading "<a href="http://www.amazon.com/Only-Three-Questions-That-Count/dp/1118115082/" target="_blank">The only three questions that count: investing by knowing what others don't</a>" by Ken Fisher. I'm about half way in, but the first half is probably the better half.</p></blockquote><p></p>
[QUOTE="TBeas, post: 73534, member: 7182"] I would recommend a [URL='http://www.amazon.com/Random-Walk-Down-Wall-Street/dp/0393081435/']Random Walk Down Wall Street[/URL]. The book is a classic. I'm in the process of reading "[URL='http://www.amazon.com/Only-Three-Questions-That-Count/dp/1118115082/']The only three questions that count: investing by knowing what others don't[/URL]" by Ken Fisher. I'm about half way in, but the first half is probably the better half. [/QUOTE]
Books on Investing