Written by Phillip Fisher, an investment legend to whom Warren Buffett attributes a lot of his success, Common stocks and uncommon profits was an instant hit when first published in 1958 and has remained in print ever since.
First published in 2007 and with a second updated & revised 10th anniversary edition out in 2017, The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, is much more than a book on index investing.
There are thousands of great books written on financial freedom and personal fulfilment and but you will not find a more simplified analysis of what separates those that have much from those that don’t.
There are many great books out there about how to become a successful trader, whether via stocks, commodities, options, foreign exchange or all of the above.
Think and Grow Rich is a book that goes far beyond the concept of money. If you want to amass personal fortunes fast then you can just stop reading right now.
Following Sapiens and Homo Deus, both international best-sellers, Harari returns with a new book, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.
Virtuous Leadership draws on the lives of some of the greatest political, intellectual and religious leaders of modern times, and the author’s personal experience to set forth a leadership model to help busy, professional people grow
Daniel Kahneman, one of the most influential psychologists alive and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, in his international bestseller, Thinking, Fast and Slow, an eye-opener in terms of how people rationally and subconsciously
Nassim Taleb, the author of The Black Swan, one of the twelve most influential books since World War II, according to The Sunday Times, is back.
One of the key questions Branko Milanovic tries to answer in his book Global Inequality, a new approach for the age of globalization, is how global inequality has changed over the past twenty-five years.