Investing is fun, but only when you make money, or even beat the market if you’re that competitive.
However, there are countless bumps on the journey to get there. It takes half a century for Warren Buffett to be known as the Oracle of Ohama (where he lives) and decades of experience for Peter Lynch to be a legendary mutual fund manager who averaged 29.2% returns annually (wow!).
Reading up blogs, news and taking online courses can only get one so far. To be able to achieve results, any beginner needs to understand the thought process of previously successful investors to develop their own fundamentals and improve with experience in the future. Books allow you to do just that.
In this article, I will be recommending books according to one’s level of interest in the stock market.
Why should I even be investing in the stocks market?
Book: Rich Dad