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    Five books on investment which will change our investment mindset

    These five books have already revolutionised the concept of investing among common people. Those who want to improve the performance of their financial portfolio, must read these five extremely popular books which have changed the mindset of many common investors. These books are:-

    1. Think and Grow Rich (1937) by Napoleon Hill: This book was written during 'The great depression' in the USA. In this book, the author has written about thirteen principles for success and personal achievement from his observations and research.

    2. The Intelligent Investor (1949) by Benjamin Graham: Benjamin Graham is considered the "Father of value investing." Warren Buffett, another famous investor, has termed this book as the best book on investing ever written. In this book Graham has tried to identify good stocks and how to buy these stocks when these are under-priced.

    3. The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons For Corporate America (1997) by Warren Buffett: In these essays, Warren Buffett, modern world's most successful investor, provides his views on a variety of topics important to corporate world and shareholders. Buffett has written on various factors which influence the financial world.

    4. Beating the Street (1994) by Peter Lynch: Peter Lynch is one of the most successful fund mangers of the world. The book helps the readers to understand the thought processes of the author at the time of investing.

    5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad (2000) by Robert Kiyosaki: This classic book is a must for young investors. The author has opined that the poor and middle class work for money, but the rich work to learn. He stresses the importance of financial literacy and think financial independence as the ultimate goal for all people.

    Reading, understanding and following the principles of these five great authors of the financial world, would no doubt change our mindset on investing.
  • #610204
    The author did gave elaborate examples of those five great books which would be instrumental to analyse and know more about investment. But it all depends on how one take it after reading whether seriously or for the fun of reading.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #610207
    One of my friends had recommended this book, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad (2000) by Robert Kiyosaki", it was very inspiring and I did give a serious thought on it after reading it. It's worth reading and everyone should read it to understand the basics of investment and how to be successful, the author, has penned down his experience in a wonderful manner.

    Will try to get my hands on other books as well as suggested by Mr. Partha.

  • #610219
    Good information. Generally, I depend more on financial advisers regarding my investments and other financial matters. Now with this thread, I am thinking that I will try to get at least one or two books from the above and try to understand the methods and means.
    drrao
    always confident


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