One Up on Wall Street is a must-follow book for every investor. My portfolio aligns with the stock-picking ideas from the book to keep it in the green in such a brutal fall of 2019
Books I have Read and Recommend Reading
I am a big fan of books and I recommend every trader and investor should read and read a lot. Here is my list of books that I recommend reading.
When Warren Buffett comments about The Intelligent Investor book as “The best book on investing ever written,” I don’t think I should share a review. So, instead, I will share my views about the book.
The screener query to the Joel Greenblatt’s magical formula from the book “The Little Book That Still Beats the Market” along with my view on the magical formula.
Reading Common Stocks And Uncommon Profits once is not enough and have already read it twice. It is a book that should be read more than once by every investor.
Which stocks are covered by Saurabh Mukherjea of Ambit capital in his book The UnUsual Billionaires and how you can form your coffee can portfolio using the same analysis
I read the book couple of times already and will re-read couple more times in 2015 as well. There are 3 important things that I like about The Warren Buffet Way to Investing.
This is review of the book I have just completed reading How to be Your Own Financial Planner in 10 Steps: Master Your Financial Life 2 by Manish Chauhan of JagoInvestor.
Very detail review of Jago Investor: Change your Relation with Money Book by Manish Chauhan where I explain what is covered in each chapter of the book.
Here are some of the books on technical analysis that I have read and recommend to anybody who wants to be trading in the market. If you have not read at least 3 out of these 5 books, it can be really tough for you to trade in the market with profits on a consistent basis.