5 Books that Warren Buffet Recommends You to Read

If you want to become smarter and richer, then it would be in your interest to take some advice from Warren Buffet. Warren Buffet is an avid reader, who reads almost 500 to 600 pages daily. And that’s a huge number! Forbes named him the richest man in the world in 2021.

Warren Buffet didn’t become a millionaire by luck. His wise investment choices have happened by acquiring a vast amount of knowledge. In this article, we will share 5 books that Warren Buffet recommends you read.

Here’s the list:-

1. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

The Intelligent Investor is one book that gives fundamental lessons about investing practically. Buffet considers this book as the bible of investing.

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2. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle

Written by John C. Bogle, founder and chief executive of The Vanguard Group, this book is a classic guide to learning about the stock market.

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3. Business Adventures by John Brooks

This book is praised and compared to The Intelligent Investor by Bill Gates. Buffet recommends the book that has 12 classic tales from the World of Wall Street.

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4. One Thousand Ways to Make $1,000 by F. C. Minaker

Buffet found this book as early as the age of 7 in the school library and got the inspiration to kickstart his career.

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5. Poor Charlie’s Almanack by Charles T. Munger

It is the biography of Charlie Munger, the business partner of Warren Buffet. The book talks about a lot of things like investing, financial knowledge and a lot more.

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