Book Reviews: Click on the image to buy each book on Amazon.com
The Entrepreneurial Investor: The Art, Science, and Business of Value Investing
Packed with great info about selecting good stocks along with some short bios of our time's greatest investors. Also the foreword by Neil Cavuto (my favorite TV show and host) really starts the book off right. Overall this book set the stage for my investing philosophy. Highly Recommended
One up on Wall Street
Written in 1989 (and updated with an introduction by the author in '99) has incredible parallels to our time today. Since it was written right after the crash of '87, I think the advice given in this book is a great asset for our time now. Plus it gives some great insight of how much you actually know about making money in the market.
The Little Book of Behavioral Investing: How not to be your own worst enemy
Incredibly interesting, I couldn't put it down and ended up reading it in a couple of sittings. It really gives a new insight about the habits we have when it comes to investing, and how to fight against those urges. It was like the author had documented all of my previous mistakes. Simply a must read.
Value Investing: Tools and Techniques for intelligent investing
By far one of the best value investing books (outside of the originals) that Ive read. Includes most of the info from the book above (considering the same author) but is crammed with studies and stats. The first chapter of "What you learned in Business School is Wrong" is my favorite. It will definitely make some Efficient Market Theory followers angry. Overall great read.