Cheaper by the Dozen: 12 Wall Street Classics for 2008
by John Deysher
As the portfolio manager for a publicly traded mutual fund, I’m often asked to recommend a good investment book. One shareholder even asked me to write one.
While I’m not ready to make that type of commitment, I thought about the most worthwhile books I’ve read over the years and put a list together.
There will undoubtedly be titles you feel should be on the list. Fortunately, the ones that made it are still in print and most are available in paperback. They cover a variety of investment topics—some are easy reads, some require more time and concentration.
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