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.
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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.
One thing’s for sure, you’ll learn something from each. So here they are, organized by topic.
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