The folks at SumZero, listed the top 15 books favorited by investment professionals.
As far as I know, they could only choose one book.
Benjamin Graham: I Had “Treasure in My Hands”
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It’s good to see that investment pros and the retail investors have overlapping book preferences.
Mauboussin: Stocks Are Disappearing As Markets Are Becoming More Efficient
I’ve read 9 out of 15 from the list.
What about you?
|Title||Author||% of users that listed as favorite|
|Margin of Safety||Seth Klarman||17.6%|
|The Intelligent Investor||Benjamin Graham||9.0%|
|You Can Be a Stock Market Genius||Joel Greenblatt||6.6%|
|The Most Important Thing||Howard Marks||4.2%|
|Security Analysis||Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd||3.8%|
|Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits||Philip Fisher||3.2%|
|Reminiscences of a Stock Operator||Edwin Lefevre||2.8%|
|One Up On Wall Street||Peter Lynch||2.4%|
|Poor Charlie’s Almanack||Charlie Munger||2.3%|
|The Essays of Warren Buffett||Lawrence Cunningham||2.1%|
|Value Investing||Bruce C. Greenwald||2.0%|
|The Outsiders||William N. Thorndike||>1.5%|
|Fooling Some of the People All of the Time||David Einhorn||1.5%|
|Market Wizards||Jack D. Schwager||1.3%|
|Competition Demystified||Bruce C. Greenwald||1.3%|
Article by Jae Jun, Old School Value