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"Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing" - Warren Buffett
Here are the books that I recommend reading to learn about investing  – which not only elaborates on how to read financial statements, but also explains the mindset for the right temperament about investing. I’m also including the books that helped me to build my algorithmic trading models. Also, I couldn’t keep up with the information required to invest on a large quantity of businesses. Here are the platforms that I use to automate a lot of my due-diligence regarding fundamentals and valuation:

Books / Letters:


The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham

One Up on Wall Street – Peter Lynch

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings – Philip A. Fisher

Stocks for the Long Run – Jeremy Siegel

Investing Psychology – Tim Richards

Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder letters – Warren Buffet

Behavioral Portfolio Management – C. Thomas Howard – or his book

The Little Book that Still Beats the Market – Joel Greenblatt

How to Make Money in Stocks – William O’Neil

Excess Returns: A comparative study of the methods of the world’s greatest investors – Frederik Vanhaverbeke

What’s Behind the Numbers? – John Del Vecchio and Tom Jacobs

Investment Valuation – Aswath Damodaran

Quantitative Investing – Fred Piard

What Works on Wall Street – James O’Shaughnessy


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