Unless you have a business degree or work in the world of finance, investing can be intimidating. However, what you don’t know about stocks, bonds and mutual funds can be downright expensive; if you pick the wrong fund for your 401(k), IRA, taxable account or any other, you can put your financial life at risk.
Fortunately, there have been some terrific influential books written that can help distill the art and science of investing into something the average reader can understand. Here are five great books every new investor should add to their library, as they try to comprehend the world of high finance.
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The Intelligent Investor
If you could only read one book on investing, Benjamin Graham’s 1973 classic is the one to choose. The Intelligent Investor describes the history and operation of the stock market, its inner . . . → Read More: 5 Influential Investing Books We Should All Read