Here’s a list of books that may interest to you.
- “One Up On Wall Street“ (1989) by Peter Lynch
I read this book while in college. It was my introduction to growth investing. Peter Lynch made popular the “invest in what you know” investment philosophy. This is a must read book for any investor interested in stocks.
- “Stocks For The Long Run” (1994) by Jeremy Siegel
Professor Siegel was my favorite professor while I was studying my MBA at Wharton. The first edition was published when I was taking his class. The book explains why investing in equities beats other asset classes.
- “The Future for Investors“ (2005) by Jeremy Siegel
I attended Professor Siegel in a talk on “The Future for Investors” at while at my 10th anniversary Wharton reunion. This book reviews the importance of dividends. He shows that consistent dividend paying stocks provided the investors with powerful returns over the long run.
- “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator“(1923) by Edwin Lefevre
This is one of the classic books on trading. Technology has changed, but the concepts in this book are timeless.
- “Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading“ by Alexander Elder
I spent a week with Dr. Elder in the Dominican Republic learning to trade. This book is a must read for anyone wanting to learn about trading for a living.
- “The Option Trader’s Hedge Fund: A Business Framework for Trading Equity and Index Options”(2012) by Dennis A. Chen and Mark Sebastian
I wrote this book with my friend Mark Sebastian. It shows you the model I use to run my hedge fund.
- “The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life“ by Alice Schroeder
This book is about the most famous investor in the world, Warren Buffett, enough said.
- “Steve Jobs” (2011) by Walter Isaacson
The story about the man that brought you the Mac, iPod, iPhone and iPad. He was a visionary.