Investing Essentials: The 8 Best Investing Books in 2020

Top Books on Investing

The stock market, some refer to a gambling place and some take it as a profession. If someone doesn’t know about how the stock market works than its common to say that it’s a gambling place. Where one earns money and the other lose money. If one has knowledge about how the stock market works can easily find it as a profession.

The Stock market is a highly risky investment; the nature of the market has always been volatile. The rise and fall of the stock price always depend on the news about the company and international economical factors.

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One nation’s stock gets volatile when some other developed and developing countries market and their economical factors.

For those who are a beginner in the stock market and those who are experienced trader and investor, here I listed some of the stock market books which will help you to expand your knowledge and analysis skills.

Here is the top list of  Investing books

1. Security Analysis

security analysis

This is one of the classical books on the stock market written by Professor Graham and David Dodd.  Books contain analyzing security with factors, its historical data, and comparing this with other secure investment s.  The theory explained in this book leads to the value of investing.

Graham was well known by value investors of the time. This book is for experience since many economical and mathematical factors are included and might not understand by new investors. This book is worth having in your book library.

2. Common Stock and Uncommon profit

Common Stock and Uncommon profit

This book was written by Philip Arthur Fisher, a great investor of the 19th century.  This book was initially published in 1957. Philip Arthur Fisher explained many factors to pick up the great stocks for the long run. His stock-picking philosophy can help an investor to find the wining stocks. Warren Buffet’s most recommended book for new investors and experienced investors.

3. Intelligent Investor

Intelligent Investor

This book is written by Professor Benjamin Graham when he was Professor at Columbia University. He is widely known as the “Father of value investing”.  This book is initially published in 1949 and still, it is more relevant to the current market.

4. The Buffettology

The Buffettology

World’s Investment billionaire Warren Buffet, who followed the Benjamin Graham’s value investing philosophy and made his fortune in the stock market. Mary Buffett a daughter of Warren Buffet who explained what warren buffet thinks about investing in stocks and his principles in investing and picking stocks.

5. Once Upon Wall Street

Once Upon Wall Street

This book is written by Peter Lynch; he is a managing director of the Fidelity Magellan Fund. His strategy “Invest in what you know” has made a well-known person with investors.

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In this book, he has revealed his strategy about picking stocks. In his career at Fidelity Magellan Fund, he has managed to earn more than 30 percent return on found every year. This book would be worth reading for both beginners and for experienced investors.

6. How to make money in stocks

How to make money in stocks

One of the bestselling books in the investment system. This book is written by William O’Neil and his powerful C-A-N S-L-I-M winning system a demonstrated seven-step process to minimize risk and maximizing gain.  This book explains both fundamental and technical analysis of the stock and the stock market. This book is highly recommended for new investors.

7. A Random Walk down Wall Street

A Random Walk down Wall Street

Put time on your side. Start saving early and save regularly. Live modestly and don’t touch the money that’s been set aside
– Burton Malkiel

The book explains meticulously and thoroughly about different investment tools and techniques for the average investor.

Burton Malkiel pointed out two classic theories on investment analysis.

-The Firm-Foundation Theory(Fundamental Analysis)

-The Castle-in-the-Air Theory (Technical Analysis)

8. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

That is about all I have learned—to study general conditions, to take a position and stick to it – Edwin Lefèvre

“Reminiscences of a Stock Operator” was first published in 1923 and is the most widely read, highly recommended investment book ever.


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