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    Question stock market books

    Can anybody refer me some good books about stock market. I am a begineer in this field.

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    A better, more modern book about stock investing is "The Five Successful Rules of Stock Investing", by Pat Dorsey. This book focuses on how to analyze a company and it's stock, if you want to purchase individual stocks.

    If you want an overview of stocks and the stock market, there are two good books that can help:

    - A Random Walk Down Wall Street, by Burton Malkiel
    - All About Stocks, by Esme Faerber


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    Quote Originally Posted by janessa View Post
    A better, more modern book about stock investing is "The Five Successful Rules of Stock Investing", by Pat Dorsey. This book focuses on how to analyze a company and it's stock, if you want to purchase individual stocks.

    If you want an overview of stocks and the stock market, there are two good books that can help:

    - A Random Walk Down Wall Street, by Burton Malkiel
    - All About Stocks, by Esme Faerber
    A Random Walk Down Wall Street is the best one among all mentioned in this page.

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    Read books by the old schoolers. Ben Graham's "The Intelligent Investor" is pretty much a requirement. Start off with something a bit easier though to get you familiar with the terms. Consider "The Neatest Little Guide To Stock Market Investing". This is an easy to read starter book that will explain some of the vocabulary. Don't take any of its advice. Get your advice from Ben Graham. His textbook that he taught to students in the 40s was "Security Analysis". It is a long, difficult, boring book, but will teach you what you really need to know to do well in the stock market. Hopefully after reading these and doing your own research, you will start to develop your own investing style. Good luck!

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    I think instead of paying for books, you can get lots of useful informations online and you can make use of it

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