If you’re looking for gifts this holiday season, here are my suggestions for the books every investor should own.
If you’re looking to read and learn, you need books that have stood the test of time. These few will, I believe, still be indispensable decades from now.
I’ve read every one of them from cover to cover, often more than once. (Some aren’t about investing, but I’ve included them because they will help you make better financial decisions.) In alphabetical order:
Gary Belsky and Tom Gilovich explain why smart people do such stupid things with money