Question: I know a lot about real estate but have a ton to learn about other investments. Can anyone recommend some good books to start learning?

Question: I know a lot about real estate but have a ton to learn about other investments. Can anyone recommend some good books to start learning?


Fred Rothstein: One up on Wall Street, intelligent investor
Richard Bonilla: .. the snowball …
H.K. Kang: That’s great, you could give us a tip how to learn about real estate. For stocks, “The little book that still beats the market” is a great book to learn about stocks.
Dariusz Gentek: The Intelligent Investor is very good.
Jonathan London: Investment Valuation by Aswath Damodaran
Nirav Desai: I’d recommend ‘f wall street’ as an easy primer on how to value stocks and create DCFs
Jairus Mcallum: Do not forget, “The Art and Science of Value Investing.
Charl Fontini: Lindsey I have a great eBook to recommend that revolves around the concept of value investing. The eBook is titled 3D Value Investing: Triangualting The Best Investment Targets. It is a very resourceful and educational read. I think you’ll enjoy it. It’s available for free download at the following link: http://www.stride.ws/3d-value-investing-triangulating-the…
Brandon Fleisher: One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch
Scott Thompson: Lindsey McFadden, you can apply value investing to real estate by investing in properties available for sale well below their market value. Bank owned, REO’s, & Foreclosures, are a good starting place to look for bargains.
Vidyanshu Pandey: Start with Ken Faulkenberry and Jae Jun’s blogs they are nice entry points….freely available.

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