I get asked a lot on what are the best books to read for investing. And like most people, I used to recommend classics like The Intelligent Investor or One Up on Wall Street. This is a no-brainer, right? Why read something else when you can read the best? At hindsight, those were poor advice...
"Principles For Navigating Big Debt Crises"
But he wants your contact details for it - you can start the ball rolling on the download process at https://www.principles.com/big-debt-crises/
TIP has a review of it on their podcast last week. I'm slogging through the first part at the moment...
Could anyone recommend such a book to me?
(or even a (free) YouTube video series?)
I'm a complete novice and I'd like:
* a book on the FUNDAMENTALS and MECHANICS (not so much massive DEPTH on WHAT to buy)
* it would cover SHARES, but a BONUS would be the coverage of other...
I've been reading this book by Katiforis & Macris, in which they explain in impressive detail some investment strategies for options. The ones that interest me are 'share replacement' (buying long term in the money call options of 3-9 months or more), 'covered calls' (with roll backs...
Today, August 24, 2016, is the publication date for my newest book, "Foundations of Trading."
The book's web page is www.FoundationsOfTrading.com (That will take you to the Blue Owl Press website from which all of the books and video presentations are available.)
Was going to plunge into the intelligent investor and security analysis soon.
I however heard some basic reading on accounting would help prior?
I do have a basic understanding of economics through year 12 and reading basic economics by sowell. Otherwise not much relevant background...
Does any one recommend the book and course "The Liberated Stock Trader: A Complete Stock Market Education"
Despite it being on Amazon, I do not believe the sample 11 customer reviews are a fairly accurate opinion...
Hi, I just graduated uni and now I have a half decent paying engineering job.
I know nothing about stocks etc. I am about half way through the book "Rich dad, poor dad" but it does not give any guidelines to what is a good investment.
I was thinking about buying one of "The dummies guide...
Could the trading Guru's recommend what trading books in the ASF shop are really good?
A little bit of analysis would be good (if possible)
I like the look of the books on psychology etc
Thanks in advance guys
It appears that Mark Latham has penned yet another bunch of unpleasant remarks about his erstwhile colleagues and opponents. It is elegantly entitled "A Conga Line of Suckholes".
Here are some comments from today's "Crikey.com".
"Never throw mud. You may miss your mark, but you will...