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Old 06-16-2017,
AdrianSpick AdrianSpick is offline
 
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Default Good Stock Market/Investing Books

What are some good stock market and or investing books? These can be textbooks or novels, etc.

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Old 06-17-2017,
AdrienneLa AdrienneLa is offline
 
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This question has been asked and answered many times, but a quick search only turned up this thread below.
http://www.onlinetradersforum.com/sh...ad.php?t=20170

Read back this guys threads, I guarantee you'll find much useful info, much of it investing/trading related zyzzyva57.
Thierry (The big cheese around here) has a bookstore associated with the forum, which has anything you need and it will help the forum if you purchase through there.
I know some of our expert data miners will be able to find threads where Books and Publications are discussed, I apologize for being a luddite.
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Old 06-18-2017,
AeffreyFuh AeffreyFuh is offline
 
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As a piece of advice, and this was I believe a point Horace made, in addition to technical and trading/investing material read some History of Wall St stuff. It will give you some perspective. Everybody I know in this business has read "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator" by Edwin Lefevre and I can't recommend it more strongly. I also like "Wall St. A History" by Charles R. Geisst, it details the U.S. markets from the Origin of Wall St. to the fall of Enron.
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Old 06-19-2017,
afayute afayute is offline
 
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Thanks, I'll order Reminiscences of a Stock Operator since it's fairly cheap on half.com ($10 or so).

Also, what do you think about this book? It seems as a reputable source in fundamental and technical analysis. It's also used at Columbia's Business School program in a few classes. I believe it's also the book that got Buffett started.
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