Stock market and investing have been common knowledge for decades as it has been the financial backbone of major companies and individuals as well. But for some having mere knowledge about the market investments is not enough. They want to get into the details of how the market operates, the do’s and don’ts, what are the different terms, etc.
So for those individuals who would like to get deep info about the topic can read the following list of books and have been popular and many readers have given positive reviews to.
1. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing ⎯⎯ John C. Bogle
The Little Book of Common Sense Investing is a classic guide to getting smart about the market. Legendary mutual fund pioneer John C. Bogle gives his key insights to getting more out of investing in low-cost index funds. He has described the simplest and the most effective investment strategy for building wealth in the long term. The book is among the recommended books by Mr. Warren Buffet.
2. A Beginner’s Guide to the Stock Market — Matthew R. Kratter
A Beginner’s Guide To The Stock Market written by the bestselling author former hedge fund manager Matthew R. Kratter explains everything the readers want to know about the stock market. It covers topics ranging from common investor mistakes and how to avoid them, how to buy your first stock, and even how to make passive income in the stock market.
3. The Money Manual — Tonya Rapley
Tonya Rapley’s “The Money Manual” is written in mind for the millennials who want to invest but don’t know where to start. Among the topics covered are simple money management techniques, setting financial goals, building credit, and even how to tackle student loans. Tonya is the founder of My Fab Finance.
4. Rich Dad Poor Dad — Robert T. Kiyosaki
“Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one of the most popular personal finance books of all time. The book tells the story of the author and his father and his friend’s father and what he learned from both of them, from the amount to assets owned to learning that you don’t need a large income to make money. The book was published first in 1997 but has been updated with modern trends.
5. The Intelligent Investor — Benjamin Graham
The most sold and the oldest published book on the list (in 1949), the book has been revised many times. Benjamin Graham’s “The Intelligent Investor” has been the go-to book for decades for investors beginning their journey and also for skilled investors to brush up. Highly recommended by Mr. Buffet as well. The book contains everything and more you would like to learn about the stock market at its deepest.
So these are the top books to learn about investing and the stock market. They are ranked in no particular order on the list and one can read any book they please and will get the knowledge they seek.