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4 Best Books on Investing- Become A Master Of Investing

Updated: Aug 9, 2020

Investing is one of the riskiest fields here people either make or break their career. So here you cannot expect to proceed until and unless you are well aware of the knowledge and its pros and cons. So here are the summaries of one of the best books on investing which I have read and would like to share the knowledge with you

1) Unshakable

By Tony Robbins

You are more than the moment. You are more than your economy. You are more than any challenging time you may face. You are soul, spirit, and essence and you are truly 𝐔𝐧𝐬𝐡𝐚𝐤e𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 💪

Book = Unshakable⠀

Author = Tony Robbins ( my all-time favorite ❤️)⠀

Publisher = Simon and Schuster

Intro 💲💲⠀

The book was written in 2016. Since then it has become a New York Times bestseller. We all think that becoming rich is very difficult and only a few can achieve it. This myth is broken 💔 in this book. It's one of the most simplistic and logical books I have ever read on a financial matter ⠀

Main part 💲⠀

The book provides the in-depth strategies and techniques of all world-famous investors like Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio, Richard Branson, and how they see investing which is quite different as we all see. The main advice Tony gives to common people is to invest in low-cost index funds because of minimizing fees and taxes. And for those who want to become professional and want to earn million, there are four things which you should never forget ⠀

1) 𝗗𝗼𝗻'𝘁 𝗹𝗼𝘀𝗲( if you lose 50% in the market you will need 100% gain just to recoup your loss)⠀

2) 𝐀𝐬𝐲𝐦𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐜 𝐑𝐢𝐬𝐤/𝐑𝐞𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝

( Only risk 1 dollars to gain 5 dollars just example)

3) 𝐓𝐚𝐱 𝐞𝐟𝐟𝐢𝐜𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐭 ( Tax can take 30 to 50% so always try to reduce it)⠀

4) 𝐃𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐢𝐟𝐢𝐜𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 (Don't put all egg in one basket diversify in stocks, bonds, countries)⠀


If you master this four principal and understand rest of facts in the book no bear market🐻can ever destroy you but will make you stronger 💪⠀

One of the easiest and simple books I ever read you will enjoy it a lot

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Also, read = Rare books for achieving Mastery in anything


2) One up on wall street

By Peter Lynch

There are two types of people in this world-first are those who work for money and others are those whose money work them⠀

Peter Lynch is just one of those rare individuals who doesn't run after money but money runs after him the secret is investing. I know many people out there don't like an investment and are too scared of it but guys we all want to become rich but only 10% have a proper plan to achieve it. So this book can be your plan maker.⠀

Investing is a must if you want your money to work for you and this book is great for all youngsters who want to achieve financial freedom and security.⠀

The book is quite simple except for some graphs of companies which are a little hard to understand. The book not only teaches you what to do but most importantly what not to do.⠀

The author has wonderfully arranged all section step by step or a greater understanding The first section deals to prepare your mindset second one deals with techniques and fundamental of stocks and bonds last one deals with how to find extraordinary opportunity in share market⠀ ⠀

The last part is very interesting and deals with questions like How to design a portfolio?. When buying or sell a stock?⠀

( Answer are quite different from the one you listen from your broker or so-called financial guru).⠀

At last, investment is a must without it you can't grow. But if you don't want to invest in stock right now it's okay. One of the greatest investments is your brain 🧠. So reading these books will surely increase your knowledge.


3) The Intelligent Investor

By Benjamin Graham

The intelligent investor

Introduction= This book is called the Bible 💥 of investment and it's recommended by many top investors like Warren Buffet. The Author is Benjamin Graham. The book includes 20 chapters. Pages = 591. And the publisher is Harper.

The main part of this book is about value investing which means buying securities that appear underpriced by some form of fundamental analysis which is discussed in the books Apart from this the book has talked about two types of investor one is defensive and one is enterprising. The defensive investor is one who is unwilling, or unable, to put in the time and effort required to be an enterprising investor. Instead of an active approach, the defensive investor seeks a portfolio that requires minimal effort, research, and monitoring.

The book includes many case studies of companies and how they fail or achieved success Benjamin was really an intelligent person who's techniques are still relevant today Conclusion Many new and exciting things are included in this book. However, I would not recommend this book to beginners because it has a lot of technical terms which are quite hard and sometimes boring also to read. But if you are someone passionate about investing like me 😍 then go ahead and read.


4) Four Pillars of Investing

By William Bernstein

Book = The four pillars of investing

Publisher = The McGraw-Hill Companies,  Introduction = Why is investing important? Investing ensures present and future long-term financial 🔐. The money generated from your investments can provide financial security and income.

So here a review on one of the best investing books in the world 🌎

The Author discusses the four things which he considered as the pillar of investing without knowing that you are bound to fail in  investing💔

Those pillars are 🧱  1) Theory  

2) History

3) Psychology

 4) Business

Theory section includes an understanding of day to day working of the stock market and not getting affected by it. The history section is about understanding past financial crises in the stock market without knowing the history of the stock market you can never create your future in it. The psychology section includes an understanding of our emotions. You need to understand your emotions and handle it properly because men's worst enemy is sometimes is he himself only. And the last part is business which proves that stockbrokers and investment firms are not your friends they are there for themselves only so don't trust them blindly.

Conclusion = Guys it is a nice read for anyone who wants to become rich. Since the economy is very low in most countries, investment is a must.  You don't need to do a Ph.D. in the stock market to win at it but only if you understand the basics properly you can become the next Warren Buffet 😉 . And this book contains some of the basics that are recommended by every top investor in the world so go read it and if you have read also some re-read again you will be shocked to see new things and more clarity by reading it again. Links are theirs on titles of books. Happy Reading

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