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Investment Books

The Investment Zoo by Stephen Jarislowsky - the best of the lot…by far. That it is not recommended by brokers speaks volumes. And even better, The Investment Zoo is Canadian. Mr Market MisCalculates and I've ordered Contagion to read next. by Tigue Creating Wealth with Dividend Growth. Both of these, unfortunately, are American...U.S. data and examples. by Gerald M. Loeb was written in 1935. After what happened in 2008, it is relevant again. I really like this book I purchased in the late 1960s for $2.25. Loeb's ideas formed a lot of my investment philosophy. -) Value Investing from Graham to Buffett and Beyond - Greenwald et al Making Money in Range-Bound Markets by Vitality Katsenelson 2007 Wiley $60 list Bull's Eye Investing 2004 by John Mauldin, Wiley Against the Gods 1996 by Peter Bernstein, Wiley [[Bull! A History of the Boom 2003 by Maggie Mahar, Harper Business

Triumph of the Optimists - Dimson et al, 2002 - 101 years of global investment returns - Princeton

Stocks for the Long Run - A guide to Selecting Markets for Long-Term Growth, by J. Siegel, 1994 - Irwin

The Triumph of Contrarian Investing by Ned Davis, McGraw-Hill

Yes, You Can Time the Market 2003 by Stein and DeMuth, John Wiley & Sons :-(

John Neff On Investing 1999 by John Neff, John Wiley & Sons

The New Reality of Wall Street by Donald Coxe, 2003, McGraw Hill

Irrational Exuberance by Robert Shiller, 2000, Princeton

and more investment book too…The Intelligent Investor, for instance.

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