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Who's Who, Choosing
Still on everyone's top ten and most people's top
two of books on equity investment: "The Intelligent Investor"
by Benjamin Graham. First published in 1949 based on ideas developed
in the thirties.
Tim Hale: "Smarter Investing: Simpler Decisions
for Better Results".
For an insider's description of the role of the Institutions
in the City it's hard to beat Tony
Golding's "The City: Inside the Great Expectations Machine".
Perhaps not for beginners, but a deeply thought and
passionate "kick in the pants for the industry and a wake-up
call for individual investors": " No
Monkey Business: What Investors Need to Know and Why" by
William Bernstein has been described in Investors
Chronicle as "the quiet genius of modern investment advice".
He is particularly strong on asset allocation (but with American
assets). "The Intelligent Asset Allocator". His
Anyone except the complete numeri-phobe will obtain
many pain-free insights from "Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden
Role of Chance in the Markets and in Life" and "Black
Swan" , by Nassim
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