By Safi Bahcall
– Less financially-focused but chockfull of valuable insights about success and innovation.
– Includes behavioural analysis and examines the commonalities that support great success and “wild” ideas that flourish into reality.
– Great for creative minds and big picture thinkers.
The Great Crash of 1929
By John Kenneth Galbraith
– Main theme: Those who don’t learn from the past are destined to repeat it.
– Centuries-old lessons that remain surprisingly relevant.
– Great for the financially savvy history buff!
You Can Be a Stock Market Genius
By Joel Greenblatt
– Valuable tips and insights from a successful fund manager.
– Tips about navigating the financial markets to find value of areas that are often overlooked.
– Great for pros and beginners alike who are looking for a fresh perspective.
Happy Go Money
By Melissa Leong
– Lighter, but equally valuable guide to holistic financial well-being.
– Explores financial philosophies, the psychology around the value of money, and how to revamp your relationship with your finances.
– Great for anyone interested in practical financial guidelines and the psychology of happiness.
Balanced: The Al Pearlstein Story
By Mark Pearlstein
– Thoughtful lessons on how to think about the field of wealth management.
– Keen insights on the value in making connections between macro events and financial market movements.
– Great for anyone interested in garnering the secrets of proper and effecting investing.