Best Books on Investing
Recommended Reading and Reviews

Any list of books on investing is a slippery slope. Picking the best books is no easier.

We believe this bibliography is fundamental to understanding all aspects of the investment process. As always, we are open to suggestions.

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Bibliography

Domash, Harry. Fire Your Stock Analyst! - Analyzing Stocks on Your Own (FT Press, 2010). Focus - stock analysis tools and investing processes. Review Fire Your Stock Analyst!

Fischer, Robert J, CFP. The Naked Portfolio Manager: Why Rules Trump Reason on Wall Street (Abbalucci Press, 2009). Focus - behavioral finance and rule-based investment decisions. Review The Naked Portfolio Manager


Greenblatt,Joel. The Little Book that Still Beats the Market (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010). Focus - investing strategy development with multi-factor ranking. Review The Little Book that Still Beats the Market


Hough, Jack. Your Next Great Stock: How to Screen the Market for Tomorrow’s Top Performers (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007). Focus - stock screening.  Review Your Next Great Stock

Neff, John with Mintz, S.L. John Neff on Investing (John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1999). Focus - Low PE stocks with earnings growth.  Review John Neff on Investing

O’Higgins, Michael with Downes, John. Beating The Dow: A High-return, Low-risk method for Investing in the Dow Jones Industrial Stocks with as little as $5000 (HarperCollins Publishers, 1992). Focus – Dogs of the Dow strategy as well as other approaches to DJIA investing.  Review Beating The Dow

O’Shaughnessy, James P. What Works on Wall Street, Fourth Edition: The Classic Guide to the Best-performing Investment Strategies of All Time (McGraw-Hill, 2011). Focus – quantitative analysis of financial metrics and stock investing strategies derived from that analysis. Review What Works on Wall Street

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