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I do a lot of reading about finance, stock investing, economics, real estate, and business. I’ve created a value investing reading list that tries to aggregate all of the investing books that a value investor should read. Of course, the list is quite long, so I’m trying to write reviews on all of them to help people decide the priority of reading each book. Eventually I would like to gather everyone’s feedback to rate each of the books, so I would have a crowd-sourced ranked list.
The list that I created is focused on investing, but everyone should also be familiar with other types of topics that will help round out an investor. I came across this excellent list of Behavioral Economics Books. The author has done a great job of supplying a quick analysis and/or recommendation for each book. I have recently been reading a few books on economics, and I have found behavioral economics to be of interest.
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