Six Books on Warren Buffetts Reading List

Warren Buffet, also known as the “Oracle of Omaha,” was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1930. He is credited with being one of the most successful investors of a generation.

Warren Buffetts Reading List

Dream Big, Cristiane Correa

Dream Big, published in 2013 by Cristiane Correa, is a book about how in over 40 years, three Brazilians managed to build the largest empire in the history of Brazilian capitalism.

The Outsiders, Will Thorndike, Jr

Author Will Thorndike, Jr. brings in this insightful, counterintuitive book, the critical experience of a rich career in investment, closely examining the efficiency of businesses and their leadership.

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, John C. Bogle

Published by John C. Bogle, The Little Book of Common Sense Investing is a guide to marketing and investment creativity. Bogle explains the easiest and most powerful long-term investment strategy is to purchase and keep a mutual fund at a very low cost that follows a large stock market index.

Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises, Timothy F. Geithner

In this book, Timothy F. Geithner recalls his early days as a young Treasury official working to counter the foreign financial crisis of the 1990s. He explains what he heard, what he learned, and what he overlooked while at the New York Fed before the Wall Street crash went into bankruptcy.

Security Analysis, Benjamin Graham

Security Analysis, published by Benjamin Graham, and with a foreword by Warren Buffett, is one of the most influential books in the development of financial reporting.

Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street, John Brooks

Wall Street stories are filled with excitement and action and expose the manoeuvrings and instability of the finance community.

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